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Old 14th September 2003, 06:38 AM   #11
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More pictures! Don't hide them all away, have some on each page.

Your english is very good.
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Old 14th September 2003, 02:29 PM   #12
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Hi Thomas,

Do you really view AN as your competitor?

If it were to be my business, I'd lose that notion and focus on what people really want...

Cheers,
hi fdegrove,

very thanks for your opinion.

My view is- I hope to be the competiter of AN but in lower/reasonable price that more diyer can afford.

I still planning another is USD 300 a 2a3/45 SE kit with all the reasonable item in it.

The message I post on the previous message about AN is I want to tell more west people that AN japan mr. Kondo choose Tango ISO Trans for his signature amp. But right now I can supply the same items in a reasonable price. So I really hope more diyer can enjoy it.

I was part time job on my company.
Earn money is not the main point.
May be accumulate more friendship with oversea diyer is the spirit of my web.

Pls try to my talking forum to share the experience with the diyer in hong kong. We all hope to increase more skill.

thnaks

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Old 14th September 2003, 02:57 PM   #13
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More pictures! Don't hide them all away, have some on each page.

Your english is very good.

hi ShiFtY ,JOE DIRT?/b> [ & Karma,

very thanks for your opinions, I will improve.
For the questions that added more pictures?
I was planning & need more time to take the pictures.
I will do it very soon.

And I had another questions.
I was planning to build a 24step volumn with use all <1%
Dale rersisters on it. The step for the first 10 step is 0.5db, after it will more. This is prevent increase one step will too load & small one will too low.

My english is not good, actually is very poor. My website was written by my friend. He was the foreign Professor in Hong kong's University . I would like to say thanks for him in here.

very thanks for all


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Old 16th September 2003, 05:48 PM   #14
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Talking another modify

Hi all,

just received some of the suggestion for my website's new version. Now modify part of the suggestion.

Any comment for the website right now>>??

pls advise, my friend.

very thanks


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Old 16th September 2003, 06:24 PM   #15
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Hi,

Thomas,

Wouldn't it be easier to have all prices in both HKD and USD?

Other than that the site seems fine to me, good job.

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Old 20th September 2003, 10:57 PM   #16
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Thomas,

Very nice effort on the website, let me give my point of view on it:

I would avoid red color letters on your home page, rather use marron or black and use other colors if you want to highlight some words or text, blue color for this is fine.

Most DIY's are quite price sensitive as myself, I would suggest you add prices in USD even though they might be indicative of actual prices which you may say so.

I know this is a work in progress so we still have to see the end result.

You have beautiful photos , I know, add them at your gallery.


I will contact you for some prices....


I wish you good luck with your business and hobby...
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Old 21st September 2003, 12:56 AM   #17
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heh here is a new start of one a little better my other one stank

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Old 22nd September 2003, 03:50 PM   #18
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Default re, Good advise for my website.

dear karma,

very thanks for your comment.
Your link look professional & clear.
I email to my friend already, he was the moderator of my web.
Any further information I will email to U.
Pls not care to help me.

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