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Old 11th August 2006, 06:13 PM   #1
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I have an older chassis I was initially trying to use for a GC amp, but have no use for it anymore.

It comes with 2 x 25V transformer and heatsinks, a set of chips is also included.
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The rear panel is blank (except for AC connector) and additional holes need to be drilled.
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There is a convenient access to the fuses in a bottom panel. Also, the bottom cover section under the heatsinks is removable so the amp can be easily wired p2p. It seems like transformer can be configured for dual mains voltages, but I can't guarantee it.

The chassis as pictured is $120 obo, shipping extra. Sold as is.
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