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Old 23rd February 2002, 11:30 PM   #11
sonnya is offline sonnya  Denmark
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Hey Skippy, nice mechanic work! Looks nice!

But a Class A amp like the A75 have to be done the right way. Like the way you have done. It is easy to destroy a well performing AMP with a bad mechanic layout. When not done right we could get problems with mechanic induced distortion. Well known in some recievers used in the old days.
Hit the casing with a fist and the sound oscillates!

(By the way : Sorry about my english writing.)

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