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Old 11th February 2003, 11:16 PM   #1
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Default X-amp enclosures?

This is a slightly optomistic idea on my part, but has the Pass team ever considered selling enclosures such as you get with the X series amps? (ie, X350)
For mortals of lesser fabricating ability (me LOL) it would be fantastic, as it would be possible for people without the access to metal-work equipment to own a fantastic looking, as well as fantastic sounding amplifier.

I can imagine the shipping costs would be quite silly, as an 18-wheeler + forklift would be needed just to move one of the beasts down the street, overseas you'd have to hire a 747 or somthing

Imagine the day when you can buy an 'Ikea style' flat pack Aleph 1.2!!
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Old 12th February 2003, 04:41 PM   #2
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Since you started working with granite, can I get an X chassis made of it? How is the thermal dissapation?
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