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Master 7 / GS-X mk2 / HD800 is a great rig..
How much (approximately) would it cost to get that powder coat finish then? It's not like I don't like that glossy finish, but, well, I would highly prefer something less shiny
i know this might be blasphemy, but have you considered a vinyl wrap?
The M7 scales up well with the GSX (which I'm sure you know) . Now all I need is the offramp to take things up to the next level.
When was your original order placed if you don't mind me asking?
Acquired one locally (first batch of GSX mkII) so I didn't have to suffer the long wait. However, I will tell you that your wait will be worthwhile. The GSX sings
Does "next week" mean last week of May (26 May - 1 June) or first week of June (2-8 June)?
Do you start testing the amplifiers immediately after assembly of all units are completed?
It would be nice if you can briefly repeat the remaining steps and the anticipated schedule.
Thank you in advance.
the guy who is doing the assembly on these is getting through about 12 per day, so 4 more days = end of the week if i don't have to put him onto something else for some of that time. and yes then they need to be tested. i do that part
Add to that about 5 days of burn-in per unit and packing, so maybe sometime the end of next week for the oldest orders? When will you notify people (like me) who paid up-front?
Question - is there a replaceable fuse on the back of the GSX, just where the power cord is connected? It seems like it but it doesn't seem to open.
Because I haven't been using my GS-Xmk2 that much, I was in the process of selling it, however the head-fier that was planning on buying it from me has told me he can't buy it after all.
So I've put it back on my Audio Rack which can be seen in the photo. Because I enjoy taking photos there's another one of just my GS-Xmk2.
I may advertise it, but I'm in no rush.
im not exactly sure the proper way to open it just take a flat head screwdriver and use a little leverage against the AC Earth pin and it should pop open
Ah, so there is a fuse there after all. I was afraid to use force in case I break anything. Thanks Justin.
did your fuse blow? the first batch i accidentally undersized the 230v fuses by 20%, so a few eventually blow