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  1. I had a look but only found a mini A50k dual gang spline pot. Any other odd parts you find yourself looking for, feel free to sing out 🙂 Matt.
  2. I’ll have a look at home in the next couple of days in case I can find anything - might give you some more options 🙂 The (large) collection of parts was my late father’s - he was an electronics engineer with an interest in audio, so there may be something. Cheers, Matt.
  3. Welcome aboard, you will be in good company here 🙂 Could you post a couple of pics (and specs) of the switches and pots you are after? I can have a look through a collection of parts I have at home - postage across the ditch wouldn’t be much. Cheers, Matt.
  4. Personally I’d spend the little extra and purchase a MiniDSP. Very flexible when used as a sub crossover, including hi pass and channel summing if required. I’m running a pair of 12” Rythmik subs and usually use the miniDSP. Cheers, SS. P.S. you have made a very good choice of subwoofer 🙂
  5. There is definitely something about woofers with a large cone area, the bass is so effortless 🙂 Thanks for posting your build, it has been very interesting watching it progress. Very well done!
  6. Further information: For sale is a large selection of electronic parts from my late father’s estate. He was an electronics engineer with an interest in audio, so many of the parts here are audio related. There are transistors, diodes, resistors, trim pots, integrated circuits, knobs, connectors, mounting hardware, plugs, clips, reed switches, capacitors, Aura interactor actuators, T03 output transistors, tweeters (1 pair), switches, potentiometers, faders, small enclosure with walnut cheeks and many other items. Many parts are older/vintage. Also included is
  7. Further information: For sale is a polished granite slab, approximately 400mm x 400mm x 20mm thick. Slab is polished on top and sides, and left raw on the underside. Marks underneath are from silicone dampers when I was using it for a turntable. I originally had this made years ago to put under a subwoofer but no longer have use for it. Weighs approx. 8.5kg. Photos:
  8. Have the cross braces pulled out of their routed slots? Good work with the project by the way, I’m impressed!! SS
  9. Pretty sure the Seas C18 is a mid/tweeter with a flat surround, but the driver used in the VAF unit appears to have a sizeable roll surround, indicating it has been designed to handle bass frequencies too. Cheers, SS
  10. Thanks @Batty, Its yours 🙂 Cheers, SS
  11. Item: Subwoofer transmission line cabinet + amp Price Range: Free Item Condition: Used Extra Info: Free for pickup is a large solidly built transmission line subwoofer cabinet. It was designed to take a Peerless XLS 10” 830 452 driver, although I have also used an 8” driver with some success. The cabinet is fairly rough but very solidly built, could be finished nicely with some work. Transmission line length is around 13 feet, with response into the 20Hz range with the correct driver. Dimensions - 400mm x 285mm x 1200mm x very
  12. Howdy Ian, I’d be interested if you’d consider posting at my cost? If not, all good. Cheers, Matt
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