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Old 22nd November 2008, 07:05 PM   #1
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I am a total newbie so bear with me. I have an Evette and Shaw flatte 50 amp. Basically a 14" x 10" x 1.3/4" ingot of polished aluminum with three soda can sized holes drilled through it. It looks very very cool ( I think) and I would love to make a 6 channel amp for HT to match. There are two considerations cost:I would like to do this on a reasonable budget but still get great sound and size because I would like to copy the scale of the flatte 50 as much as possible. Would supper T circuts be the way to go or TEAC A-L700P stripped ofits guts x 2 or what do you recommend. I would like to have more than the 15wpch if possible to please help.
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