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Old 9th January 2006, 10:08 AM   #11
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Old 9th January 2006, 10:18 AM   #12
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Is this that miracle, Jacco ?
 
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Afraid so, Pavel.

The Denpa attenuators makes me think of the good old Penny&Giles days.
Anyone know what a Shallco switch costs ?
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Afraid so, Pavel.

The Denpa attenuators makes me think of the good old Penny&Giles days.
Anyone know what a Shallco switch costs ?

Hi, Micael Percy has a two-deck 47 position Shallco for 100 $
 
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The hot stuff

That case was machined from a solid chunk of aluminium

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Why do you think it is called the Blowtorch ?

Mr Ball will be P***** Off by this one, even after $17K the meter keeps running.
Makes me wonder why i never thought of machining from solid, easier than building a chassis.
Thanks, Elso.
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Jacco,

That's beautiful........ just beautiful!!

Blowtorch is a great name - it does this with green, folding stuff?

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What is nice at this construction, which look like sparrow nest, Hugh ? Expensive switches and silver wires ? Or extruded chassis ?
 
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Mr Dean,

the CTC power amplifier goes by the name Barbeque.
This set was developed for Texas, the KKK or both.

Does make one wonder which of the three has/had the sense of humor.
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I'm with Pavel, really, really ugly wiring.

Oh, and that chassis looks like a U shaped extrusion with top, bottom, and back plates to me. Good idea though.
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