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Old 9th February 2008, 07:15 PM   #1
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Default power is not always the issue

most my construction is about power .... i like to built big things 200-400- w even biger if possible .... i like to repair them i like tp tweek them i just love them !!!!!
( i cant design though i dont have enough knowledge )

just tonight i built rod elliot's P03....... the most simple thing you can ever imagine ..... didnt even thing about looking how much power it makes ......

just made a nice construction ....kept all the rulles and the blody thing plays so amazing well ......

in my lab exist some factory made devices like technics yamaha sansui ....belive me this litle furt will outperform them for fun

very clean sweet bass and just fine midle is there,,, high is plenty and crystal clear .....

very very nice indeed thanks rod

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