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Old 17th February 2012, 02:09 PM   #41
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Just courious how many DIY projects can you have at the same time? Most orders are 2 to 5 different enclosures since I post this topic a few days before.

These enclosures are all bought by an Australian.. Guess what will he build with them?
Gee, I would be satisfied with just one project at a time. Totally different league than me that's for sure.
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Old 18th February 2012, 11:30 AM   #42
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Maybe he is preparing for the project of 2013.
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Old 18th February 2012, 11:38 AM   #43
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Just courious how many DIY projects can you have at the same time? Most orders are 2 to 5 different enclosures since I post this topic a few days before.

These enclosures are all bought by an Australian.. Guess what will he build with them?
Let me see...

my active crossover/preamp
a BA3
a baby aksa
a DAC
Power Supply upgrade /mods of my old amp
New enclosures for my subs

That probably covers everything for now

I'm eyeing off some of the cases for the DAC

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2 to 5 projects running at the same time is just about right, I think.
meh, a wussy effort lol, a true problem diyer has more open projects than fingers, now if only i had cases for them all...hmmmm what dimensions are the heatsinks on the big case? i just wonder if i could easily upgrade the heatsinks with conrad. either way i think you'll be getting a similar order from me soon siliconray
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2 to 5 projects running at the same time is just about right, I think.
Completion is my problem.

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meh, a wussy effort lol, a true problem diyer has more open projects than fingers, now if only i had cases for them all...hmmmm what dimensions are the heatsinks on the big case? i just wonder if i could easily upgrade the heatsinks with conrad. either way i think you'll be getting a similar order from me soon siliconray

heatsink of which model? several has heatsinks
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Old 18th February 2012, 12:22 PM   #47
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Now I have only 1 tube amplifier DIY porject. But I have other 3 astronomy telescope, 2 radio receiver and several other strange projects. Completion is also my problem.
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Old 20th February 2012, 04:22 AM   #48
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RE2207, looks so much like RE2205, except the height is 70mm

Outside Dimension:WxHxL = 215x70x228mm (8.46" x 2.76" x 8.94")
Inside Dimension: WxHxL=203.5x62x217mm (8.01" x 2.44" x 8.54")
Material: hard aluminum alloy
thickness: Front 8mm, back 3mm, side 3mm, bottom & top 2mm
finish: brush, hard anodized
net weight: 1.6kg

cutout available for 10pc+ order.
The picture shows an IEC cutout on the rear panel. Do you have them without the cutout?

Thank you.

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Yes we have them without cutout. please send an email telling our sales that you don't need the cutout, thanks
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Old 20th February 2012, 06:40 AM   #50
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A nice man think the shipping cost from China to London is too high. So he bought a ticket fly to Beijing to pick up these enclosures by himself. I'm very glad to send these enclosures to him tonight and discuss about his projects
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