Eval1 remove sockets?

Considering eval1 for purifi amp, but it will have to fit with other amp modules for a 6 channel amplifier.
This will got into a custom case with speakon and xlr cutout.
I see the eval1 has solder pads for speaker output, so I don’t need to remove the jacks.
For the xlr, there is nothing indicated. Can I get the signal from wire soldered underneath the board or should I remove the xlr sockets to solder wires to my chassis sockets?
Thanks!
 
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AFAIR the connectors are through-hole types so you can just solder to the bottom of them. You may also be able to remove the output connectors. This would allow you to bring the EVAL1 to the chassis wall so the XLRs can be mounted. Then just wire to the output terminals.

Tom
 
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Considering eval1 for purifi amp, but it will have to fit with other amp modules for a 6 channel amplifier.
This will got into a custom case with speakon and xlr cutout.
I see the eval1 has solder pads for speaker output, so I don’t need to remove the jacks.
For the xlr, there is nothing indicated. Can I get the signal from wire soldered underneath the board or should I remove the xlr sockets to solder wires to my chassis sockets?
Thanks!
I soldered beneath, all is well :)
 
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