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No template its all programmed into the machine from drawings.

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A wonderful stand has been right in front of my face for many months.

 

I have been using the same stand approach in my office :beerchug:

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Stole this idea from this forum. Not pretty but very functional.

The empty one will soon have HD-600's YAY!

Thanks forum people!

 

 


Edited by jeffritz - 10/20/14 at 2:41pm
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Stole this idea from this forum. Not pretty but very functional.

The empty one will soon have HD-600's YAY!

Thanks forum people!

 

 


Nice looking vintage receiver you have there is it for quadraphonic? 

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Nice looking vintage receiver you have there is it for quadraphonic? 

Why thank you.

 

Its my pride and joy Sansui G-9000. I always tell people that if my house catches fire im only grabbing 2 things, my dog and my Sansui.

But both coming in at 60 pounds each that will take some doing.

 

I was using it in a quadrophonic setup but the room its in really isn't setup for it. Nowadays it spends its time pounding music through a pair of polk monitor 70 II floor speakers.

Got to love the 70's stereo wars. Rated 160 watts per ch but equipment was often underrated then. Would not surprise me if it were much more. Ive never taken it past 60 on the volume from fear of ears bleeding.

 

Sounds beautiful and looks the part.

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