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Old 28th January 2015, 06:03 AM   #1
bson is offline bson  United States
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Default diyaudio amp case rear panel speaker connector cutouts

Is there a reason the speaker terminal cutouts have to be so freaking close? I can barely fit a sheet of paper between the connectors, and if I unscrew one so it's even slight loose it'll bump into the other one and short!

How hard could it have been to space them a couple of finger widths apart?

Since I'll have to drill at least one new hole on each side, what's a good way to cover the unused ones?

(This is the "Deluxe" 4U case.)
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Old 28th January 2015, 06:40 AM   #2
Art M is offline Art M  United States
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0.750" center to center is the Standard. Get some normal posts ?
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