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pete.a 3rd March 2005 07:54 PM

Brian LM 4780 rocks the Shed
 
Just been testing the boards tonight in the old shed..will post some images...and boy did that shed rock. Even the wife was taken aback by it all:D :D
I only use an old CD Rom to play cd's and boy did Kruder and Dorfmeister ratlle the old speakers..:D :D :D :D
Seem's like im gonna spend alot of time done the bottom of the garden. The wife say's " Thanks Brian "

jleaman 3rd March 2005 08:32 PM

Useing a cd rom is better in my opinion than a cd player.. ( depending on the model and make )

neutron7 3rd March 2005 09:16 PM

can you use a cd rom without a computer? i have some, and also 12/5v power supplies

looking forward to pics

pinkmouse 3rd March 2005 09:30 PM

Well done Pete! :)

After our earlier conversations, I bet you're well suprised at how good they are. Going to try them in the main system?

jleaman 3rd March 2005 09:31 PM

You can only use it if the cdrom has 2 bottons one is open/ eject and the other is the >> button used to start the cd to play and fastforward : O ) or use a ide circuit to control that with a lcd and more buttons such as start stop play pause fast forward and sip forward and back : O )

Jason

me i just use a simple one.

pete.a 4th March 2005 04:06 PM

Using a cd rom
 
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Hi Guy's

Offcourse one can use a cd rom , as stated though it must have the open/close/skip and play facillity. Plus you will need an old power supply from a pc. Igot all this stuff from my local dump (minus the Rotel ..ebay purchase)Ive used the headphone socket on the front as it also has a vol control, quite usefull !
See attached

pete.a 4th March 2005 04:09 PM

Rocking the shed
 
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Im gona enter this into the uglyist clone contest ..what do you think..... Pinkmouse...

pete.a 4th March 2005 04:11 PM

Shed
 
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This place fill's my wife with dread..." i'll only be an hour love " :bawling:

pinkmouse 4th March 2005 05:34 PM

Ah, I see you went for the high lignin cross-bonded particle substrate damping baseplate mounting system.

I opted for the microfibre distributed multi-modal frequency method myself. I will post some pics when I get home from work...;)

demogorgon 5th March 2005 01:07 AM

Crüder & Dorthmeister rule :cool:

and so does chip amps, amusing litle thing they are..:cannotbe:


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