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Old 3rd October 2019, 03:09 AM   #191
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Attachment 782035

Duelund modified Coral 12" in 140 l enclosure and near front wall.
You're missing a screw....
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You're missing a screw....
You are right it can not be mounted anymore. The trea is destroyed. But now I will rebuild it with a new frame. Also use a new and better bass with carbon membrane.
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Old 23rd May 2020, 10:59 AM   #193
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Mounting the 300 modules.

Looking at the images on Anthony’s website I can see the transistors are at 90 degrees to the pcb and near the edge of the pcb. It would appear that the edge of the pcb will touch the flat face of the heatsink. How have 300 builders dealt with mounting the modules please?
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Mounting the 300 modules.

Looking at the images on Anthony’s website I can see the transistors are at 90 degrees to the pcb and near the edge of the pcb. It would appear that the edge of the pcb will touch the flat face of the heatsink. How have 300 builders dealt with mounting the modules please?
There is absolutely no problem with that. Have built more then 20.
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Old 23rd May 2020, 11:12 AM   #195
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