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Old 1st September 2011, 09:26 PM   #71
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Default Finally will be available next week!

Finally,after a lot of work, one of those 2 designs of enclosures will be available next week,probally the one with natural aluminum front panels and American cherry wood, will be the first.You will need to powder coat it,brush it, and apply danish oil,wax for the wood,make the holes for switches etc.

Inside dimension are 11 by 6.3 inch and 4.3 of height.Starting price of 239USD.

Do you have any suggestions for the dimensions for the next enclosures,A top 5 for the most popular dimensions please.

Many thanks,Luc.
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Old 1st September 2011, 09:32 PM   #72
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Default Enclosure pictures

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Old 1st September 2011, 09:39 PM   #73
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Default The enclosure that will be in production first.

The enclosure that will be in production first.
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Old 2nd September 2011, 06:49 AM   #74
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These look very nice ;-)

Perhaps an option with more vent holes top and bottom? For those projects that generate a lot of heat, which is quite a few these days what with Class A, Shunt Regulated Power Supplies, Tubes etc.

I don't really now about standard sizes, but a larger box would make sense for those projects that need to be spread out in the case or require a lot of boards like the TP Buffalo DAC for example. Perhaps box sizes for the most popular projects like First Watt?

Just some ideas, keep up the good work.
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Old 2nd September 2011, 05:25 PM   #75
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Many thanks for your ideas rjbaldwin,

Yes I want to offer bigger size probably up to 22 by 12.6 and 8.6 inches and gradually add options.
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Old 3rd September 2011, 04:55 AM   #76
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Default Impressions and top 5!

Tes chassis sont vraiment beau!

J'aime bien celui avec les paneaux en metal a l'arriere pour un chipamp. C'est une bonne taille.

Voici mon top 5
1 - Boitier plus gros pour les amplis du type Classe A (Aleph, Hiraga, etc...)
2 - heatsink sur les cotes pour la meme raison
3 - Offrir une plaque avec les trous (ceux les plus populaire comme fuse, RCA, power et speaker)
4 - Hmmmm... Mon top 5 s'arrete a top 3...

Ciao!
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Old 3rd September 2011, 05:02 AM   #77
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Tes chassis sont vraiment beau!

J'aime bien celui avec les paneaux en metal a l'arriere pour un chipamp. C'est une bonne taille.

Voici mon top 5
1 - Boitier plus gros pour les amplis du type Classe A (Aleph, Hiraga, etc...)
2 - heatsink sur les cotes pour la meme raison
3 - Offrir une plaque avec les trous (ceux les plus populaire comme fuse, RCA, power et speaker)
4 - Hmmmm... Mon top 5 s'arrete a top 3...

Ciao!
Do
I'm sorry to hear that.
I sure hope you're feeling better soon.

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Old 3rd September 2011, 05:22 AM   #78
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I'm sorry to hear that.
I sure hope you're feeling better soon.

Best Regards,
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LOL.. I get it... The french thing

Here's the translation

of the text I've written down

Your chassis are really nice looking

I especially like the one with the metal back panel. Great for ChipAmp

Here's my top 5 recommendations:
1 - Offer a bigger size case for Class A amps (Aleph, Hiraga, etc...)
2 - Add heatsinks option
3 - Offer a backplate with pre drilled holes for the most popular sockets(rca, power, fuse, speaker)
4 - Hmmm... My top 5 stops at a top 3

Ciao!
Do

How's the translation?
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LOL.. I get it... The french thing

Here's the translation

of the text I've written down

Your chassis are really nice looking

I especially like the one with the metal back panel. Great for ChipAmp

Here's my top 5 recommendations:
1 - Offer a bigger size case for Class A amps (Aleph, Hiraga, etc...)
2 - Add heatsinks option
3 - Offer a backplate with pre drilled holes for the most popular sockets(rca, power, fuse, speaker)
4 - Hmmm... My top 5 stops at a top 3

Ciao!
Do

How's the translation?
Of course I was just kidding around, but unlike many Canadians, I don't speak French. I did have an inkling of what you were saying, but in my ignorance I couldn't be sure. OTOH, I'm hardly the person to evaluate someone's translation, but I appreciate it all the same.


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Old 5th September 2011, 12:12 PM   #80
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Default Dimension that will be available

Here the dimension that will be available and offer:

6.4 X 11 X 4.3 inches(inside) 9.4 X 11 X 4.3 inches (outside)

10 X 11 X 4.3 inches(inside) 13 X 11 X4.3 inches(outside)

14 X 11 X 4.3 inches(inside) 17 X 11 X 4.3 inches(outside)
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