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QuoteHi MikeI was looking at getting Dr Earl's speaker kit ,but the Oz dollars went south really quick and put a stop to it ,maybe next year a Summa kit would be cool .He's a pick of the striplam's stack with the baffle CheersMalLooks like you are going for that 'Magico' look. Very cool.Anand.
Hi MikeI was looking at getting Dr Earl's speaker kit ,but the Oz dollars went south really quick and put a stop to it ,maybe next year a Summa kit would be cool .He's a pick of the striplam's stack with the baffle CheersMal
That DIY schroeder arm is inspiring. Where do you get the machining done?I've been veneering my bins. Its very slow going, as I usually do one side at a time, which is usually one side every other day. I have one 2/3 done and the other 1/3 done. On another note, I started constructing my First Watt clone chassiss. I've had some Conrad heatsinks for a while now, and I ordered some aluminum to make them into chassis. Gordy had given me a tap and die set some time ago so I am going to try to tap the heatsinks and mount the aluminum plates directly. The faceplate is 1/2" thick aluminum. I was a little concerned that it would be hard to cut as I didn't order it precut. However, I bought a non-ferrous metal blade for my miter saw and as long as you went slow it cuts like butter. It didn't even make a lot of noise like I expected.When I get it all tapped and cut, I am going to look up a powder coating/anodizer to finish them. Anyone know of a good resource, preferrably local to the NNJ/NY area?
That is going to be one sweet setup. Are the copper colored pieces solid copper or just plated?
Solid. Copper 101 alloy.
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