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Old 2nd March 2007, 12:26 AM   #1
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So far very happy with results of my GC project. I received a lot of help from many people so thanks. I do not have any issues with current GC but would like to know if anyone has any critiques with my implementation. I guess I am interested in knowing if I violated in good build practices before I tackle tougher projects.

Besides the kit parts I used stuff (i.e. heatsinks - computer store and wiring- radio shack) easily accessible but I wanted to know what I might change if I was interesting in experimenting for "better" or different sound quality.

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Nice one.But try to keep the wires shorter.
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