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Oh, it's nice, don't get me wrong. I am unemployed at the moment and I can't spend that much on a stand. I bought the DIY kit with money I had saved for over two years just for that purpose. I can justify a $20 or so Halon stand though 8)
I thought that they (the acrylic ones anyway) had to be laser cut. Like, I could go to Home Depot and get a sheet of acrylic, but I wouldn't know how to cut it other than by laser :-\
thanks master Yoda! yes, i learned a lot during the building process! i also have some new ideas for the next chassis ;)hope you have some ready soon!
Quote from: EgonMcGregor on August 13, 2011, 02:41:24 PMthanks master Yoda! yes, i learned a lot during the building process! i also have some new ideas for the next chassis ;)hope you have some ready soon!Something tells me you have deep pockets Egon, ;D. I too am looking forward to his next run. I wonder by any chance, how difficult it would be to install a slightly larger speaker to the end of the chassis. With a new line of speakers on the market soon, 2W 4/8 Ohm speakers, I wonder how hard it will be to modify one of these chassis to fit the speaker. JQ has a new line of speakers in the works, and this is the route I think I'll try and go if its possible to fit them on the DIY Yoda chassis. Shane