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Old 13th March 2006, 04:49 PM   #1
toeman is offline toeman  United States
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Default building V4's and phono pre

I am currently using quicksilver minimonos, with antique sound labs pre, thorens 320MKII, jensen stepups, and a benz MC .04 Ace.

I would like to build a set of quicksilver V4's, and a quicksilver phono pre....


is this possible? where would I get the schematics and parts?

I have an electrical engineer who will be helping me....he said he would design these from scratch, but I love quicksilver's amps so much, I would like to make a cloan with upgrades automaticly included.


Any thoughts?

Thank you for your time and consideration.


Toe

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