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Artmaster 27th April 2005 11:05 AM

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it's realy heavy, but nice view. and someone prefer it, couse it's has not microphone effect. it's ok. very impressive.

Artmaster 27th April 2005 11:11 AM

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oh! I'm sorry. forget.
it's inside view.
marble front, 300VA transformers, heatthink on each side.
have not common joints, silver cables.... what else?

Fossil 28th April 2005 02:12 AM

is that real or syntheitc marble?

Artmaster 28th April 2005 04:51 AM

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real of course. the same like all of my loudspeakers and sub's.

cowanrg 28th April 2005 05:25 AM

why marble for the amp case?

MyNameIsJake 28th April 2005 05:50 AM


Originally posted by cowanrg
why marble for the amp case?
why not... personaly, i think it looks cool, wish id thought of it...


cowanrg 28th April 2005 05:52 AM

ive got nothing against it. was just wondering if there was a specific reason.

i would do it, but im not sure how you would work with it... can you drill it, bolt it? i barely understand how to work with metal and wood :)

hum, i wonder what the thermal properties of marble are? it always seems to be cold to the touch.

MyNameIsJake 28th April 2005 06:10 AM


Originally posted by cowanrg
hum, i wonder what the thermal properties of marble are? it always seems to be cold to the touch.
the thermal propertys of marble are practically nill (as far as i know)... marble is a type of rock... one could drill it with enough patients and the right tools(diamond tipped), to cut it, you would have to have a diamond wet saw. gluing, i dont know what to use for this (yet), but can be done, we have seen that.

its cool how ppl use marble like this...

Artmaster 28th April 2005 06:49 AM

I try to never drill marble, usualy I'm just glue fixing elements to it.
that's right, marble for front panel it's more aesthetics, then for sound conditions. moreover I'm always make loudspeaker, using marble.
and amp have to be the same

Artmaster 28th April 2005 12:32 PM

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one thing more.
this unit has not volume control regulator. not at all.
but what it for?!

you'll not be able to adjust volume in the concert hall. isn't it? :)
I'll set it up within instalation process.
what does smb think about it?

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