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  2. n_maher

    HC Bike/Cycling Thread

    I'll be with a group of friends and overall, the ride has 500+ riders so there will be plenty of folks suffering along with me. And I'm not sure about the elevation. I don't think it's extreme, probably a few thousand feet but shouldn't be too bad really.
  3. Dusty Chalk

    Which Cooking Are You?

    The lean one -- bottom middle?
  4. MexicanDragon

    Get your game on!

    Guess you just need to go back now. Sent from my LG-H932 using Tapatalk
  5. Skooby

    The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!

    For RK50, email/contact Justin Wilson@Heapamp. I got mine from him (for a pretty good price).
  6. VPI

    Get your game on!

    Found out tonight that Kasia's cousins are big developers with Infiniti Ward and have a character named after them in COD 4 Modern Warfare, Private Roycewicz. Somehow in the Euro trip I did not get to meet them. http://callofduty.wikia.com/wiki/Roycewicz
  7. Hopstretch

    Which Cooking Are You?

    Family steak night. Guess which one is for me?
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  10. swampsong

    The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!

    Transformers arrived, pretty cool
  11. swampsong

    The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!

    Does any of the boards available? i would pick one up, and is there a thread for it? or a BOM? sounds interesting, i'm still going to get an RK50 but i like options... and i might end up with two chassis sets soon...
  12. Pars

    Dynalo Mini enclosure group buy

    I’ll be using Allen heads. The buildees have indicated that they are fine with non SS black oxide fasteners though. The 2 places I found the black SS in non-case quantities are Accugroup (UK) and fastener-express IIRC. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. lkong

    The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!

    Are those holes drilled by a shotgun?
  14. kevin gilmore

    The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!

    reposted for posterity. Any person that would do this and think they can assemble a T2 probably should reconsider.
  15. JoaMat

    What Are You Building Today

    I’m presently enjoying the Schwanensee from Wiener Staatsoper through “SRM-600 Limited Modified” and I like the sound. Drove 400 km from our summer cottage to apartment and back today to assemble the CCS board. Here is picture of the Limited surrounded by a couple of nice electrostatics.
  16. GeorgeP

    The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!

    Have a couple of these I've been meaning to get to. Wish I got in on the parts group buy as I just can't get motivated now.
  17. mwl168

    The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!

    Or you can build the relay-based, full-balanced, true ladder attenuator that Kevin designed and there was a board-run for it a few months ago so there may still be PCBs available for it.
  18. brazilnut79

    The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!

    Well I know it was pleasureable and whatever garbage means (largely bad solder joints). I should edit above, but I only used "Rebecca" to purchase an srs 001 unit from Birgir at full pop. I am sorry and glad that things played out the way they did.
  19. spritzer

    The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!

    Ahh the assembled parts which I got the pleasure of trying to salvage. Most of it was garbage so not the best deal in the world...
  20. cspirou

    Dynalo Mini enclosure group buy

    All final prices are now posted. Shipped 5 boxes today, I'll PM the tracking numbers
  21. swampsong

    The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!

    I'm going to look that up thanks G600, but i am still going to order an RK50 Though i don't mind soldering at all... mmmm so many cool things to do...
  22. GeorgeP

    The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!

    yeah but the rk50 is all gold-like and purdy lookn.
  23. G600

    The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!

    You could extend soldering pleasure by making your own volume control instead of RK50. For example a Seiden 32025 with the matching set of resistor for 10K http://www.goldpt.com/r_series.html You could make 3 for the K50's price.
  24. swampsong

    The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!

    5500 was the price with everything including my mouser order, the sockets, etc... and 350 in shipping and about another 300 in paypal fees, only thing i really need is the RK50 and a few things from mouser i couldn't' find just yet, but i'm going to research and ask for help as i get to those... he charged me 1295 for the board and sand set, 1800 for the chassis, 350 for the umbilical, and then he had the stax sockets, power button and led for like another $100 i think... Maybe if i build a second one i won't waste so much money the next time but that sounds like i might be crazy and getting ahead of myself, something i often do :):) I didn't think anybody was going to have any of these anytime soon, so went ahead and purchased, but i sounds like i could have found the sand if i was patient, and GeorgeP almost has enough users for a new chassis and board set... but oh well.. i'm having fun and right now in my life that is a huge deal :):)
  25. brazilnut79

    The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!

    What the fuck. Thanks Kevin. I'm paying trubrew back with interest, I sourced Les Barwick his entire T2 to NZ, bag by bag. I've done nothing but decent things for people. It was 8 years ago. ..And I was barely 17. And it was $500 I didn't have at the time. And I sold the ca 2300 of assembled parts to you for $950. So I wasn't perfect. I'M not perfect. I'm paying TruBrew BACK. And I didn't run off with cash (like Tran and egregiously sell people 5500$ T2 kits to boot, as Swampsong did share. I want to again say thank you for buying the parts at the time by the way. For fuck sakes. Here we have gone again. God damned some things never get too old! For the love of god please move past it. I shouldn't be the whipping boy today.
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