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Old 5th May 2013, 09:49 AM   #2951
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Surely one of the most unique designs on the forum
Even Mad Max himself would be defeated by that amp in a steam punk competition.
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Old 5th May 2013, 01:25 PM   #2952
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Hello diyers did I say that right lol ? after many months of working I'm really happy with the results of Dx Super A, I have been using it for a while nice respond highs mids and lower frequencies, the here in this images are Dx Blame MKII Supercharger and Dx Super A, I just want it to share this images I hope you guys like them.

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Old 6th May 2013, 04:39 AM   #2953
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Old 6th May 2013, 06:15 PM   #2954
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Amplifier N&G III is built on TDA7377...
I thought it was a time machine!
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Old 6th May 2013, 06:34 PM   #2955
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Thumbs up That is diy is about artistic 1

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That is what I'm talking about to make it artistic thumps up sir !

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Old 6th May 2013, 06:48 PM   #2956
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Old 6th May 2013, 09:05 PM   #2957
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Усилитель N&G III построен на TDA7377, собрано навесом,
мясорубка и есть радиатор микросхема закреплена на ножке мясорубки).
Сама микросхема закрыта деревянной заслонкой.
Трансформатор перемотанный от кассового аппарата.
С крышкой не заморачивался,
Провода все идут по трубкам, к самой мясорубке,
В основании находится БП а также управление (вкл/выкл, громкость)
а в мясорубки сам усилитель.
Покрашен был 3 слоя грунтовки, 3 слоя краски, и 2 слоя лака.
сморщивание краски было сделано специально под кожу, а мясорубка покрыта лаком.
Все неровности были сделаны для того чтоб усилитель смотрелся как бы старым, сделанным в 19-20 век в кустарных условиях, схожий на старый полуразваленный сундук.
Надпись была сделана лаком, можно было ЛУТом, но нет принтера.
Все детали и запчасти для корпуса покупались в обычном строительном и авто магазине.

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Amplifier N&G III is built on TDA7377, raised the canopy,
a chopper and a radiator chip attached to the leg of a Mincer).
Itself chip closed wooden door.
Transformer перемотанный from the cash register.
With the cover't bother,
Wire all go through the tubes to the slaughter,
In the grounds is the PSU as well as control (on/off, and volume)
and in the Mincer of the amplifier.
Painted was 3 layer of primer, 3 layer of paint, and 2 coats of varnish.
wrinkling of the paint was made specially under the skin, and the chopper is covered with varnish.
All the bumps were made to ensure that the amplifier looked as if the old one, made in the 19th-20th century in handicraft conditions, similar to the old полуразваленный chest.
The inscription was made varnish, it was possible to Loot, but there is no printer.
All components and spare parts for housing were purchased in regular construction and auto shop.


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The N&G III amplifier is constructed on TDA7377, is collected by a canopy,
the meat grinder also is a radiator a chip is fixed on a meat grinder leg).
The chip is closed by the wooden gate.
The transformer rewound from the cash register.
With a cover didn't bother,
Wires all go on tubes, to the meat grinder,
In the basis there is BP and also management (vkl/vykl, loudness)
and in meat grinders the amplifier.
It was painted 3 layers of a primer, 3 paint coats, and 2 varnish coats.
wrinkling of paint was made specially under skin, and the meat grinder is varnished.
All roughnesses were made for this purpose that the amplifier looked as though old, made at 19-20 a century in the handicraft conditions, similar on the old semi-disorganized chest.
The inscription was made a varnish, it was possible ЛУТом, but there is no printer.
All details and spare parts for the case were bought in usual construction and a car shop.


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Old 6th May 2013, 09:15 PM   #2958
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Hello diyers did I say that right lol ? after many months of working I'm really happy with the results of Dx Super A, I have been using it for a while nice respond highs mids and lower frequencies, the here in this images are Dx Blame MKII Supercharger and Dx Super A, I just want it to share this images I hope you guys like them.

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I like it!
Not sure if I understand the heat sink though...
Is it flat and also part of a chassis?
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Old 7th May 2013, 03:47 AM   #2959
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I like it!
Not sure if I understand the heat sink though...
Is it flat and also part of a chassis?
I'm poor sir I can no get to add the heat sink I want lol is cool is does not get that hot.


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Old 7th May 2013, 04:37 AM   #2960
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I like it!
Not sure if I understand the heat sink though...
May be you don't understand what "Super A" is
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