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If you want solder, you can have solder all the way:

 





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Feck, and there's me with a box of speakon sockets and another box of dishes... Any chance of selling the PCBs on their own?

I've used identical connections in Vieta (Spanish) boxes, except the sockets weren't Neutrik and soon lost their ability to lock. Dead easy to set up though.
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The PCBs are a fixed spacing for a specific dish - if your dishes have the holes at 55mm spacing, then you're fine - otherwise, you need a custom PCB.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote I-shen Soundboy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 January 2017 at 11:52pm
Hmm, I'm measuring 54mm on some dishes from your good selves, but that's with powdercoating. Pins'll probably flex enough. One way to see for sure...
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Originally posted by I-shen Soundboy I-shen Soundboy wrote:

Hmm, I'm measuring 54mm on some dishes from your good selves, but that's with powdercoating. Pins'll probably flex enough. One way to see for sure...

54/55 within 1mm should be fine.

There is a little play on the PCB of approx 0.5-1mm
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Great idea tbh, 

long gone fastons now then :-)
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Well done sirClap
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Originally posted by Dub Specialist Sound Dub Specialist Sound wrote:

Great idea tbh, 

long gone fastons now then :-)


fastons will still have a place, there are people who like to use the NL4MPR and rebate them directly into the back of the cabinet.

This is just ONE solution, so many different ways to do this, and loads of different dishes - this fits ONE type of standard dish.


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