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Old 14th February 2012, 03:52 AM   #11
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Hi John

your 6p3p and EL34 kits are ready to be shipped in anti-bomb package now. shipper will pick up it this afternoon. Really huge boxes! We could make a lot of money if the boxes are microcontrollers

a image is more than 1000 words. look at the 3 large transformers on the case, not noticable bent even place all 3 on one position. The material are high quality aluminum alloy, not pure soft almunium.
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Old 14th February 2012, 04:15 AM   #12
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Thanks for the heads-up Ray.

I've restarted the Hexagon speaker project I walked away from a while back. That is keeping me busy until the boxes arrive. I'll probably have to set the amps aside for a while and study them before I begin on the smaller one. I have to get those 'diffraction lenses' put together before I can begin something else.

I'll let you know when they arrive.

As for the case, that's great they can support all that weight. From eyeballing the open case it looked like the case top was pretty thin.
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Old 14th February 2012, 07:29 AM   #13
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Default RE4015

This one is absolute a power sucker..
400 x 150 x 373 inside
300 x 138 x 360 inside
weight 10kg
large heatsink on both side
works fine for class-A up to 35Wx2
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Old 14th February 2012, 07:35 AM   #14
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The enclosures are available for order here:

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Online orders are for retail only. Cut out service is available for batch orders (above 10pcs). Please contact me for price for batch order.
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Old 14th February 2012, 02:28 PM   #15
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Those look very nice Ray.

Here is a suggestion or two. For some reason I believe dimensions are expressed in 'height X width X depth". At least in the US anyway. The use of 'length' can refer to any of the three different dimensions.

If you put 'H, W, and D' along with the numbers, everyone will know which is which, because it is oriented with relation to the front of the unit.

Also, in the US, we still use the traditional form of measurement, which is still in 'inches, feet, and miles', not the metric system. In the 70s we were going to officially convert, but the public raised such a stink that it was withdrawn. Perhaps some other time.

My suggestion would be to offer both metric and English measurement numbers, all together, beside the height, width, and depth.

I just went to one of the premier tube audio maker in the US, Cary Audio, and checked out how they post things. And here is one of their units, the SLP 03 Preamplifier. If you look at the bottom, you can see the dimensions in the English form.

And you don't even want to know what the units go for. They are Top Dollar, and as the saying goes, "If you have to ask the price, you generally can't afford it."

I think posting both measurements will go a long way to making the pages easier to understand.

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This one is absolute a power sucker..
400 x 150 x 373 inside
300 x 138 x 360 inside
weight 10kg
large heatsink on both side
works fine for class-A up to 35Wx2
This one is not in the web store!
How do I order?
The price?

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Old 14th February 2012, 03:22 PM   #17
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Joke aside- good suggestions, John L.
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This one is not in the web store!
How do I order?
The price?

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As John L has quoted: "If you have to ask the price, you generally can't afford it."
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Old 15th February 2012, 12:24 AM   #19
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Thanks John, you always give me valuable suggestions. Converting the unit is always a problem for us.
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Old 15th February 2012, 12:25 AM   #20
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John will say "you thought you can't effort it before asking SR the price"
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