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  1. Cool. That seems reasonable. Thanks!
  2. I need to laminate some things together and it’s not possible to clamp them. I want to just screw them together and later use the hole from the screw as a guide for a forstner bit. I am using West System 105 and 207 epoxy. My question is, will I be able to back out the screws? I assume so but if not that would be a huge fail.
  3. That might actually work… if you have a spare bedroom to use as a speaker enclosure
  4. Don’t worry, Ebony is always superior over plastics.
  5. No takers on Team OutdoorFi? First steps done today:
  6. Pre-Test - all is looking good, though all my suitable thermometers are broken..
  7. Related question, anyone used stuff from fiber command? It seems pretty much perfect solution for a few things I need https://shop.fibercommand.com The Bluesound PowerNode Edge might be interesting https://www.bluesound.com/products/powernode-edge/
  8. This seems to belong here… working on an outdoor system and looking for something that will accept hdmi and do (at least) Dolby 2.1… and fit nicely in a plastic box. The Sonos Amp seems to be the only choice out there and Altelix seems to be catering toward that with this: https://altelix.com/altelix-enclosure-for-sonos-amp-apple-tv-amazon-echo-link-amp/ First question, are there other options (even DIY) that would work? Seems like a simple board out there would accomplish this much cheaper than Sonos. Second question, I need another box because most outdoor subs seem to be unpowered. For that I am thinking DIY in the same enclosure as above with a Mean Well 48V supply (assuming I can get enough current and shove it the same box) and this https://www.parts-express.com/Sure-AA-AB32191-2x300W-TAS5630-Class-D-Amplifier-Board-320-309 Other options? Maybe just another Sonos Amp? Not sure..
  9. Yeah active customs would be ideal. I might be missing someone that offers them?
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