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Old 25th May 2009, 02:00 PM   #1
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Hi everybody , I thought the one the other would like to see this ...
Signal orange and edding ... fits to my interieur ...
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Hi everybody , I thought the one the other would like to see this ...
Signal orange and edding ... fits to my interieur ...
"white-collar jail", just kidding, looks unique. where did u get the speaker frame?

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Wow, that is bold! What is the origin of the black patterns?
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Old 25th May 2009, 05:59 PM   #4
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Sachiko's are done !
No one is gonna miss those when they walk into the room Good on you.

The top vent mouth probably isn't the best CD shelf.

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The top vent mouth probably isn't the best CD shelf.

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I was thinking the same thing. Good job on making the styling uniform throughout the entire front fascia. Did you stencil it or was it all by hand?
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"white-collar jail", just kidding, looks unique. where did u get the speaker frame?

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Hi , I made this myself ... a protection against the uncontrolled elbows and flying balls of my three kids ...
Round beech and pine ...
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Wow, that is bold! What is the origin of the black patterns?

Well , I love geometrical patterns , especially making them myself ...
The sun pattern I saw 20 years ago in greece ... on a piece of jewelery ...
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I was thinking the same thing. Good job on making the styling uniform throughout the entire front fascia. Did you stencil it or was it all by hand?

I stenciled the two sun patterns ... the other patterns are by hand ...
It was great fun ...
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Hi , I made this myself ... a protection against the uncontrolled elbows and flying balls of my three kids ...
Round beech and pine ...

thanks dowels, simple I may do a variation on mine.

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out of curiosity, have you listened to them with the "grilles" off?

I'd be surprised if you didn't hear a difference.

maybe you could attach them with quick release ball catches
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