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Old 2nd April 2012, 08:37 AM   #141
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Default Audio Nirvana Super8

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Thanx Tyson, for the opportunity to try these out
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Old 2nd April 2012, 09:51 AM   #142
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The first ones I treated some time ago had two more ring sets, and then I actually figured out what to do with them. There are pics on Picassa here

https://picasaweb.google.com/hpurvin...11796235659970

I have attached the Rev C pattern guides and a copy of the text file if you or Tyson want to pursue them. These drivers can get awesomely good.

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Old 3rd April 2012, 12:02 AM   #143
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Bud, I thot the ones you did were the cast basket ones?

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Old 3rd April 2012, 12:08 AM   #144
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Shades of burgandy/maroon on natural

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Maroon on maroon

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Orange on Copper, my personal pair for the solid Yew µFonkenSET that Bernie built me.

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Orange on Copper, my personal pair for the solid Yew µFonkenSET that Bernie built me.

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anyone for whipped cream with their pumpkin pie?

often the camera doesn't due justice to the richness and depth of colour(s) on the Fostex papers
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anyone for whipped cream with their pumpkin pie?
Yes please. Hey, is that code?

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anyone for whipped cream with their pumpkin pie?

often the camera doesn't due justice to the richness and depth of colour(s) on the Fostex papers
The "richness & colour depth" is also evident on the currency req'd to buy the beasties-- but well worth it!
Great looking drivers, Dave
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Yes please. Hey, is that code?

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surprisingly enough good sir, not this time
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Was watching a show the other night on fractal antennas.
Did a little looking around tonite and saw this.....look a bit familiar?......

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