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Old 19th August 2008, 04:14 PM   #1
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Default IRAUDAMP mostly finished

so...my old thread has moved to the archives !!! lol...


i finished to stuff the second channel, and did put all the crap into a nice enclosure.
I found a nice NAC 32 to go with this.

i will post pictures tonight.

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Old 20th August 2008, 11:49 PM   #2
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So, here i am.

Is that ever happened to you that you listen to your creation and you have tears ?

well, this thing is serious. It plays like nothing ive heard before.
It is very dynamic and has a clearness that i can describe.
The highs are probably a bit too high but this is may due to my poor speakers.

I couldnt have found a better enclosure. It is an old external hard drive enclosure.

The NAIM NAC 32 complete very well the system, altough i had a hell of a time making the proper power supply for it, taken from the amp itself, this nac dont like humm at all !!

I listened to the usuals, shefield test discs,...it has serious reserve and punch as well.
42v rails is more than enough with it to make the plates shake.
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And the final set-up.
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Hdd cabinet ?
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yes, external HDD.
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Where are you in Quebec Mrs Allen?
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I am in Sherbrooke.

Are you still manufactiring those cool disco amps ?
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Old 22nd August 2008, 02:12 AM   #8
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Yes a lot, and horn speaker now to fit with them! Will you come in montreal soon?
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humm, not likely...i am hell busy these days.
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