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In Reply to: RE: xaudiomanx. posted by LinuxGuru on February 05, 2017 at 08:49:11
Wow.... you know what they "say"
You can't reason with STUPID so why are we even having this conversation LOL No offence, but keep it up and you will certainly not be taken serious
DENNIS IS SERIOUS
Now if you want to get ahead of the game you could ask SERIOUS questions instead of your typical JUNK science repetitive ....Let me also say there is nothing JUNK about DENNIS AMPS for the NON DIY guys his amps have a place.
you or I can build listen UP and reap the bennies ask SERIOUS questions be happy stop all the negativity.
I find it amusing that after drinking the Serious Stereo kool-aid, the acolytes start using upper case more frequently to show their allegiance. It's like wearing team colors. They then begin to use terms like junk science to indicate they know nothing of the realities of actual science. They then move to the "You wouldn't understand because it's new and secret" approach. Etc.
If a product is really the best of it's type by such a large margin, it will require no defense because it will be recognized as such by many and not just by a few secret society members.
> DENNIS IS SERIOUS
> Now if you want to get ahead of the game you could ask
> SERIOUS questions instead of your typical JUNK science repetitive
Serious question - no problem! Look at the one of the posts above.
$1000 powder coated top plate - is that joke or one extra "0" left after $100?
I'm ordering machinery parts regularly, including expensive with precision down to microns. Nowhere on planet Earth primitive top plate could be priced at $1000, unless made of silver, platinum or gold. CNC plasma cut is one of the cheapest way to process sheet metal, it cost close to nothing.
I have 2 powder coating facilities nearby, they'll sand blast and powder coat mid-szie parts like rim wheels for 25 - 30 Euro / pc. For 2 chassis boxes complete + 2 top plates it will be 80 - 100 Euro for custom color from Dupont.
$1800 for brass nuts / bolts / washers / standoffs?
These are standard mechanical parts, sold literally by weight. $20 - $30 per amp may be.
And finally, you can send a piece of wisdom (attached) to any university having courses of electronics and ask, how serious it is. You'll be surprised !
Never implied his builds are junk so I don't know where that came from. No one ever said his stuff isn't serious. All I said was to justify the expense.
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