Pico's Toxic Masculinity Chassis 4U x 500mm - Who is interested?
Just been speaking with Gianluca (Modushop) about doing a 4U 500mm Chassis.
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The IEC cutout on the back panel is compatible with either filtered or non-filtered Schurter power entry modules - Series 6765, FKI, FKH, FKID, FKHD should all fit.
If you're purchasing the Cardas Back Panel then you need to order these parts:
CARDAS PARTS SUPPLIED BY SONICRAFT
Cardas CCGR S Binding Post, Sonic Craft
RCAs SHORT VERSION
Cardas GRFA S RCA, Sonic Craft
RCAs LONG VERSION
Cardas GRFA L RCA, Sonic Craft
Cardas CM F XLR Chassis XLR, Sonic Craft
Alternatively you could use Neutrik XLR jacks.
Shorting Pins For XLR's - OPTIONAL
Cardas CGSP, Sonic Craft
If you want to use other RCAs and Binding Posts then choose the back panel with pilot holes.
The XLR cutout is compatible with either Neutrik or Cardas this is common on both back panels
So far the list is:
Blk Dynamite x 2
Savu x 2
Mr Dewk x 2
Pico x 1 (maybe 2 if required to get to 25)
Gary S x 1 (maybe 3 if price is reduced further)
pwagner x 2 (maybe 3 if price is reduced further)
Hey Bill x 1 (maybe 2 if required to get to 25)
Super_BQ x 1 (maybe 2 if required to get to 25)
Mirio x 1 (maybe 2 if required to get to 25)
Ozorfis x 1 (maybe 2 if required to get to 25)
TungstenAudio x 1 (maybe 2 if required to get to 25)
ItsAllInMyHead x 1 (maybe 2 if required to get to 25)
Gnub x 1
Subbu k x 1
hifibluedevil x 1
BrianGasberg x 1
Cakyol x 1
vvs07 x 1
6L6 x 1
Theodosis O. x 1
Dennis Hui x 1
Kasey197 x 1
Sampsonite x 1
Argos x 1
wg45 x 1
dantwomey x 1
32y0 x 1
Kbergsson x 1
Analogdiy x 1
ggetzoff x 1
4U 500mm is a good idea. Makes more sense then a 5U 400mm.
How ever, this can also be done today if you wish. By ordering the part seperat.
1pc 4U frontpanel
1pc 4U rearpanel
1 set of bolts and nuts
2pc 500mm top/bottom panels
2pc 4U 300mm sinks
2pc 4U 200mm sinks
4pc 500mm L brackets (those are not listed as spare parts tho).
Some modification to the L brackets would be required. Since there is 2 different sinks there should be a aluminium heatspreader between the sinks and the output devices.
Apologies for the thread-hijack, but if you are talking to Modushop maybe also ask them to do a 4U Mini-dissipante (for monoblock use). As far as I can see the only new components required here are new front and rear panels :)
We will get it at a better price if we get 4 people interested compared with just throwing bits and pieces together
Of course. But it is a possibility non the less. I bet some would want 3U500mm possibility too. I know i would.
The depht is only a problem with the 250mm depth. The sinks are the same as for standard dissipante so 200mm, 300mm and 400mm sinks already exist in 4U hight.
So if they do a 4U mini dissipante in 250mm depth, then the 4U500mm dissipante is solved too :) (parts wise i meen). Also. 3U500mm should be peace of cake as modushop already have all the parts needed. 3U250mm sinks they already got for the mini dissipante.
pico. I like to build my own chassis. So i just get the parts needed (front panel and sinks). The rest i do myself.
Yeah I build everything myself too, literally all of it, all cut and machined myself.
I don't normally purchase from modushop or anyone else cause no one makes what I want.
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