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Old 13th November 2007, 06:47 PM   #201
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Let's hope the guys at that forum handle Germanium better you, yea Sheetness.

Me sez : "like MKIII", also shunt type, but not the same.
The MKIII also has regulators on the amp boards, like CTC deepthroat.
Shunty good enuf for me, 8 of them.
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Old 13th November 2007, 08:19 PM   #202
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me sez "impression that shunty is like" .............

so - we have few times likeeee .

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Old 15th November 2007, 06:15 PM   #203
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Default pumpkin bits ...

... arrive in rocky mountains of US. very ugly, very ugly.

But what to do with all the three legged critters? Customs didn't catch the bugs ;o)

Thanks Zen Mod!

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Hi... And nice weekend to all here...

Official making thread... I allway's like looking at picture's, so here is one more from me.

I am making final assembling of complete . On picture both my newly 'designed' inputselector + toslink-switch (To switch between 2 digital sources) is to be seen. Right at picture is a dual +5vdc PSU (1 for toslink thing's, and the other for turning relay's on/off)

My inputselector is made completly foolproof (NO COMMENT HERE PLEASE ). One(Me) can switch between 3 RCA input's (sry. ZenMod for not making it complete balanced), and 1 balanced input.

The 3 RCA (unbalanced) input's, also closes the -in connection, on both sides of 4deck alps pot. When balanced in is choosen, the -in connection opens up for that signal too. This is controlled by a normal 4positions rotary selector.
Normally i will use balanced out, but also here i made a switch, which are going to be placed on back of to switch between balanced/unbalanced out.

Just diden't tried it yet... maybee tomorrow ... but have to go now ...

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Old 17th November 2007, 03:15 PM   #206
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Just beautiful, Jesper! Wow, that chassis looks so professional.
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Old 17th November 2007, 03:35 PM   #207
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Uhmn, this looks very complicated....so many wires


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Old 17th November 2007, 04:08 PM   #208
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ZM,

Thanks a lot for the package. I got it today, yesterday the postman tried to deliver, because my signature was required, it went back, so I had to pick it up today.

These are really nice boards. Better still is the A+ package.

Now I need to get off my butt and order those other components

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Default My pumpkin chassis

My pumpkin chassis.


-almost done

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