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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Mark James Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 April 2009 at 12:21am

what are you going to be power ing all this off then?

Im guessing the strs are taking on the 1850s,

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Sinfinity Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17 April 2009 at 12:34am
ive got an ultradrive feeding
AndyAmp vector for the de500
with a spare vector sat below it as backup
xp1500 for the 8"
xp3000h for the 15"

amps for the 1850's have been sold for the time being to fund other projects. Will wait to see what other amps are available when everything is finished and painted. Smile
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Will take a picture of the rack as soon as I get it loaded Big smile

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Very proffesional, you should start building cabs for the public my friend Smile
 
What happened to your B&C Sub18s? Are you not using them on bass??
 
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Is your Dad called Norm?Big smile
 
 
 
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Originally posted by Sinfinity Sinfinity wrote:

running gear, you mean like Nike or Addidas ?

One small table, but no good for a 12 foot sheet at which point I become the sliding table extension Smile

Was really useful to have an accurate fence to work with for making repeat cuts and ripping ply for internals to 485mm.


yeah thats what i meant - i wondered whether it was a two man job. As we probably discussed the other day, im using a festool plunge saw. i think both method are ultra accurate.Big smile. Good luck with the rest of the build. Seems like your dad is teaching you some good stuff!!! 




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very nice can't wait to hear these ones working Tongue
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Originally posted by nickyburnell nickyburnell wrote:

Is your Dad called Norm?Big smile
 
 
 


Nope. But we did get him the checkered lumberjack shirts a few years back LOL

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Originally posted by Saul Saul wrote:

Originally posted by Sinfinity Sinfinity wrote:

running gear, you mean like Nike or Addidas ?

One small table, but no good for a 12 foot sheet at which point I become the sliding table extension Smile

Was really useful to have an accurate fence to work with for making repeat cuts and ripping ply for internals to 485mm.


yeah thats what i meant - i wondered whether it was a two man job. As we probably discussed the other day, im using a festool plunge saw. i think both method are ultra accurate.Big smile. Good luck with the rest of the build. Seems like your dad is teaching you some good stuff!!! 



I would have liked to use festool if I was working by myself. I used a makita in the storeroom at work when building the 1850's by myself. Just seemed a lot easier than man-handling 18mm birch ply over a table saw.

More work on the xtro's this Sunday Big smile

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tell ya old man I'm super impressed with the tidy workshop
and very impressed with his work
 
made my day 
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Originally posted by mykey mykey wrote:

tell ya old man I'm super impressed with the tidy workshop
and very impressed with his work
 
made my day 


Thanks Mykey, will pass the compliment on.
Anywhere he has worked has always looked like that, be it a workshop or a building site be has been working on. I seem to have spent most of my childhood carrying bricks and blocks or standing behind a broom Big smile

Does make it a pleasure to work in though.

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I have sold two of my B&C 18 reflex to a friend.
I still have two, and access to borrow their two for events inside small rooms etc.
I will save the six 1850's for larger spaces.
Hope yours enjoying your amps mate.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Saul Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 April 2009 at 10:15am
yo matt

have u finished your xtros yet - really wana see them. 

any chance of slinging those feet in the post too?
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