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Old 17th June 2012, 06:06 PM   #121
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Fantastic! Those look great!!!!!!


 
Old 17th June 2012, 07:39 PM   #122
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I imagine any standard binding post will fit?
 
Old 17th June 2012, 07:57 PM   #123
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I think it depends on your definition of "standard". Our feedback suggests most people will want to use premium posts, to match the premium look of the chassis, and "premium" posts tend to be a larger diameter than the cheaper ones. We're going to offer "premium-yet-affordable" posts in our back plate parts kit.

The mechanical diagram has been posted above (V1.6). The holes are 3/4" apart (the standard distance for double banana plugs), 11.5mm in diameter, and have a keyed slot (which stops the post twisting) so that other premium keyed binding posts such as those from WBT can drop straight in. We're also going to be offering blank back plates if you want to DIY. With a suitable washer or collar, you could make smaller posts fit, or drill the hole larger for larger posts.

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Old 17th June 2012, 08:27 PM   #124
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I would probably use Cardas because I have a few sets lying around. I think they need 1/2" holes that are 3/4" on center. I thought that was a standard.

It's nice to be able to buy blank plates though.
 
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Will you be add the handles for these boxes ? Very glad to see you selling these boxes shipping from italy is huge. can we vote on other ones in the line? Regards
 
Old 18th June 2012, 12:59 AM   #126
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Yes, handles will be available! The line up for our first production is already locked in, but based on feedback we'll consider expanding and tweaking the options for the next run.
 
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Yes, handles will be available! The line up for our first production is already locked in, but based on feedback we'll consider expanding and tweaking the options for the next run.
Since you need a plat's worth of chassis to make this work from a cost point do you have a time line for the next batch . Where I am going with this is if people will pre order some thing hi2000 make but you don't stock what the lead time might be. Regards
 
Old 18th June 2012, 02:41 AM   #128
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Jason,

Based upon the progress thus far, do you have an expected dated for these to become available for order?

I am very much looking forward to these becoming available. A most excellent idea, which, I am sure will prove most successful.
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Since you need a plat's worth of chassis to make this work from a cost point do you have a time line for the next batch . Where I am going with this is if people will pre order some thing hi2000 make but you don't stock what the lead time might be. Regards
I'd say about 2 months, hopefully sooner, but will confirm as soon as I have hard data.
 
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Default Just what I needed...

I am just learning about this effort today...

I will be waiting (and saving) to purchase some.
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