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Old 3rd May 2009, 06:21 PM   #1
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Default No more aching back

This week I've been putting a lot of hours in my amp project, resulting in an aching back

So, I came up with a simple solution, to working on amps that are a little too heavy to lift.
The boards takes 100kg+, should do for most of us

Ok, the amp has to stay on the floor, but still, it's possible to move it



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Old 3rd May 2009, 06:59 PM   #2
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Of course, there is another solution to amplifiers that give you a back ache...

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Of course, there is another solution to amplifiers that give you a back ache...




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Yeah been there, I too had a walkman in those days


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I wish, but the Mrs. won't allow such in the living room


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I wish, but the Mrs. won't allow such in the living room
How about the bedroom?
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How about the bedroom?

That's where mine is...
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That's where mine is...

But my solution is intended for amps, not the Mrs.



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mine either, I have a large chandelier for that purpose.....

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You guys are bad.......

I'm working on a DIY stereo amp that will weigh around 275lb. I have no idea how I'm going to get it down the stairs....... in one piece.
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