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  1. Thanks for the information Doug I am not sure I am up to this complexity yet.
  2. Hi Doug Can you give ma an idea of the final cost for this and level of knowledge required? Are the instructions reasonable easy to follow even for a novice like me?
  3. Further information: Nad M51 DAC in good condition with no obvious scratches or marks and works perfectly. The remote as seen in photos is slightly coming apart but works with no issues. I have original boxes and packaging. This was an extremely popular DAC a few years ago and has a full range of inputs and outputs. It has volume control so can be used without the need of a pre amp. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  4. Great stuff here I built some bass traps form this a few months back.
  5. Hi all Has anyone built the DTQWT Version 3 here in Melbourne? I would love to hear another version and get their opinion on the sound.
  6. I will probably do another weekend of listing at the workshop this weekend before taking home. Probably not much point in swapping to the .47 ohm until i have heard them in my room. The speakers weighed in just over 60 Kgs so too heavy for the Gaia 2 and the Gaia 1s are just too expensive. So I went with a temporary fix with some solid rubber feet from Richmond castors and some packers to give a 30 mm gap to the floor. New and old listening test on the weekend.
  7. It came the 1ohm which I am running at the moment and .47 Ohm. Which one did you end up with?
  8. Hi has anyone played with the different tweeter Resistors? I am running the 1 ohm but feel I could do with some more treble in the mix.
  9. Working on the base now 12 mm solid aluminum Laser cut then routed and sanded by me. Will drop them of for Black anodizing on Monday hoping to have them all set up and finished by next weekend. Now not sure whether to splash out on the IsoAcoustics Gaia 11 feet or make my own.
  10. I basically treated the Paperock the same as the veneer, using Titebond type 2 and Fiddes Hard Wax oil. The Paperock is very hard and has a great natural texture to the face. Fernandroby use a very similar product for their turntables. Running in well but really won't know how good they sound until I can get them home with my main system. Wife approval still needed, They are smaller and lot better looking than my existing speakers.
  11. Giving them a fair work out in my small office all week turning them up when I leave to wander the workshop. Must have about 30 hours of music into them by now.
  12. Thanks It was some left over Eucalypt veneer probably Mountain Ash. Coated with a Matt hard wax. I am particularly happy with re woofer flairs looks a lot better than the fanged rails on the original design but a bit trickier to achieve.
  13. Finally wired them all up today and running them in now. looking forward to getting them home to my full system, after a few weeks here at the workshop. Still not sure on what to de withe the feet.
  14. First coat of oil today should be able to fit front and rear Paper rock panels tomorrow maybe drivers on the weekend anticipation rising. Pretty happy with the rear 12 inch woofer detail, a bit a a pain to do and execution isn't perfect but good enough.
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