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Old 20th May 2008, 12:01 PM   #1
VIRTINS is offline VIRTINS  Singapore
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Question How to open a thread here?

I would like to open a dedicated thread here? I refer to the rule & regulation of this subforum:

Tier I: $100/year for a dedicated thread, where vendor can keep posting different merchandise sequentially. This thread is open for discussion by members, however the vendor may request that a post or set of posts be deleted. The advantage of this option is that multiple sorts of merchandise can be advertised at a rock-bottom cost. The disadvantage is that, with multiple posts and the inevitable discussion, individual items may be harder to locate without using the Forum's "search" function.

Is the above still true? how to contact the admin? I tried to send emails to two weeks ago, but still have not received any reply...anybody could help?

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Old 28th May 2008, 09:25 PM   #2
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Default Any chance of F5 boards ...

Dear Peter,

Since you have shown interest in Nelson Pass's amplifiers in the past is there a possibility of DANIEL boards for this amplifier?

I would like to give this one a try but not unless I can be assured of getting quality boards and with you that is a given.

After 6 MOONS favorable reveiw it seems a worthy project.

Any chance? Seems there is much interest, I bet you could sell a few. I would like four channels worth for what its worth!

Not that I am not enjoying my 3875's. They continue to amaze.


Rick McInnis

PS You should look into cics's computer transport ideas at AA. I have found it to be quite good. Well, it's much better than that ...
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