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Old 11th June 2003, 12:08 PM   #1
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The subject of this Thread was Inspired by the Movie"HEAT" last night and my Visit to the new web pages of Conrad Heatsinks while I consider the growing pains of my Baby X Aleph.

The bullets and bang bangs of this great movie sounded real on the new amp, even those who appear to squint & winge about 13.4 volts 10 x amps would be left smarting!!

So I thought we should all be aware of the address,


The product is of the highest standard and there would appear to be a model for every diy amp application.

Product can be ordered over the internet or via fax, mail using a cedit card.

Julian Wales is the owner/manager.

Please note I have no commerial connection with Conrad Engineering and was not aware of the new web pages until I called the factory today.

(Just thinking of Grataku poor man, God Bless him, would you like my Hanky )
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Old 11th June 2003, 06:15 PM   #2
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The heatsinks and prices look good, however shipping to the U.S. (for those of us who live here) is expensive.

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