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Old 4th September 2004, 05:59 PM   #1
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Default pictures of my new chassis

Here is my new chassis I just finished for 2ch dual mono p3a amplifier. I have used Conrad 300mm by 75mm single flanged heatsinks, front is 1/4" thick, top/bottom/rear is 1/8" thick , bars are 1/2" thick.

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Rear speaker output and rca jacks are from the group buy (thanks jrsun).


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I am still looking for a nice AC jack with built-in fuse/switch. I am also thinking about painting the rear and bottom panelds flat black.
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Old 4th September 2004, 10:13 PM   #2
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Default Wonderfull choice, the chassis...pretty work you have done

Congratulations.

Very good, i like it very much.....your chassis choice was perfect..........



And a "Cop" was near to be "retired" from his Job because some informs he sent on his Radio Comunication Unit....but, as good exists, some informs arrived to Policeman Comunicattion Center that saved the "Cop" to be considered crazy.

John Mattius were going to fish with his beetle, his small Volskwagen , the old German Mr. Ferdinand Porshe design, the car was made in 1936 to be the "peoples car" in the 1000 years Reich in Germany.... not more than 60 horsepower motor the best of them.....but John Had some mechanical problem and stopped in the road.
Herbert flugtman, one young rich german descendent, living in the US was driving his Porshe 911 in normal road speed while cross the near town, his intention is to put a "heavy foot" in its wonderfull car...but stopped to see what's happened with John Mattius.... they could not make the Beetle work, no ignition voltage at all, this way, Herbert offered him to help, if they could find a rope to attach both cars.... the rope was made with a lot of parallell fishing nylon wiring, the heavy gauge and multiple lines made the work, and both cars where coupled mechanically one each other.... and they adjust some codes to comunication..... a long tone, made with the beetle was to ask reduce speed.... and sequences are increase speed because of the scaping gazes of the near Porshe, old model 911.
And they go together, but Herbert, happy with his machine, was increasing speed, and go very fast to the 90 miles hour top speed beetle..... and the wind made so much noise that herbert could not here well the signals made by John!.... and they passed in front of the Police Station where Joe was working..... the message used on radio was near to kick him out from his job!.... they tried to fire him, if one delayed message did not appear in the followed week, Joe will be fired from the Police Corps.

The Radio message was:

Attention all unit, one Porshe 911, a green car, followed by a bettle, believe me or not, they are "flying" around 140 miles per hour speed and the beettle is asking to pass the Porshe...stopped them, i will try to reach them.

John was desperatelly asking Herbert to go slow...his bettle was floating because of flat under chassis.

Your "Keep left lane to faster vehicles remembered me that Story"

If true or untrue.... do not know

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Old 4th September 2004, 10:27 PM   #3
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Default Re: pictures of my new chassis

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...I am still looking for a nice AC jack with built-in fuse/switch...
http://www.apexjr.com/new.htm

Here ya go, 7th entry down @ $1.49

Nice chassis....
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Old 4th September 2004, 10:47 PM   #4
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looks great!
i wish i could make a chassis like this
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Old 5th September 2004, 04:30 AM   #5
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Very impressive, those heatsinks seem like they may be over kill for that design, but they sure are impressive to look at.
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Default Nice work, Jean

Very well done.
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i agree, outstanding job.
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Default A wonderfull chassis like yours, deserves a better amplifier.

As Rodd Elliot, he has better amplifiers in his line.

P3A is a good amplifier.... your chassis is a wonderfull chassis, wy not to put together wonderfull amplifier with wonderfull chassis?

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I'm sure the wonderfull amp Carlos mentionned is also australian
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Default Yes, from Australia is coming very good things.

And as i said, Rodd Elliot has better amps than P3A.

This way, magnificent aluminium enclosure....... to a magnificent amplifier.

There are many in Australia, i like AKSA very much, but cannot send others to trash because they sound good too.

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