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Old 1st November 2011, 12:48 AM   #1
jugoslavija is offline jugoslavija
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Default Whats happening with F6?

Found some old posts from, hm, 2006. where Papa says the design is not finished jet. Anything new, or maybe I missed something?
My speakers need little more power than the F3 offers, while the type of sound I prefer pushes towards F3 sound. That is the problem.

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Old 1st November 2011, 08:39 AM   #2
Bksabath is offline Bksabath  United Kingdom
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Yes Good Question

Only 2 months to Crimbo: santa3:

So it is early but be raly nice to know... if big shiny box whit loads of sparkling leds and ribbons is not going to be there.(no led just figure of speech)

Or not to know but find it there in the morning...

I got truble sleeping already
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