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Old 11th April 2006, 06:20 AM   #1
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Default Anyone heard of GroundSound.com?

Anyone heard of GroundSound.com?

www.groundsound.com

Nice looking stuff with SMT parts, I like that!
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Some of that stuff looks intresting but unfortunately the price scare's me away

sleek looking units though
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I'll agree about the prices. I see a great advantage of www.Hypex.nl here, more watts for the money.
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I'll agree about the prices. I see a great advantage of www.Hypex.nl here, more watts for the money.

Yeah by a long shot too. That's just class d for you.

Their stuff looks alright.

I like the layout of their site, fairly complete looking product line for what they intend to offer, and I think their "coolkits" are really neat, but it seems like they're trying to attract the non DIYer. If prices were more reasonable I suspect they could do extremely well, but I'd pity whoever works tech support for them. I think it's scary that they don't seem to include the proper heatsink for their kits, but maybe I didn't look close enough.
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You don't know the reason why they exsist. They may have developed something for somebody and this is just a side effect. I'll doubt very much that they have developed all their stuff only for the DIY market.
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You don't know the reason why they exsist.

The reason they exist as "www.groundsound.com" is rather obvious I'd have thought.



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They may have developed something for somebody and this is just a side effect. I'll doubt very much that they have developed all their stuff only for the DIY market.
Yeah.... and? You think they put those coolkits together for OEM? Nah.

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The pcb's look very european and they are handsoldered, at least at the pictures.
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Sorry I edited that silly statement.

How does a PCB look european?

I'll point this out though, if they are a "spin off" project they either don't want or can't share the real name behind it, because google only knows them by that name. Speaking of names, there isn't a single one mentioned on their website at all. Rather a weak position to start from don't you think? Still it "looks" ok.
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I think their coolest part by far is their digital x-over.

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