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Old 11th August 2003, 10:37 AM   #1
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Default Took my Zen V4 out for a ride Saturday.

I brought my Zen V4 and Steve Eddy inspired buffered line stage to the Lonestar Bottleheads meet last Saturday. This was not the only solid state equipmnet, there was a chipamp there also.
Got my chance late. Paired up with a small fullrange driver in some strange looking cabinets the system sounded good. Later the linestage was used with a Dynaco 35 clone with fine results.
The disc spinner was a Sony SCD 555ES. I had the LC Audio upgrades, LC Clock 2 and ZAP filter. Overall very nice.


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Old 11th August 2003, 11:36 AM   #4
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Very nice amp. I like the matching housings. How are you getting the heat out of it? Please post more pictures.
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Well done George!
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god i love copper and wood verry nice work.

how hot does it get?
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That is one of the most beautiful wooden amp cabinets I've ever seen. Terrific work!

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Old 22nd December 2004, 04:00 AM   #9
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An amplifier of this beauty deserves to be in the top of the forum.

Verry good work george.

Why dont you send pictures to Passdiy.com

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