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The ultimate DIY? A Stax SRM-T2!


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Must be nice not having a home decorating unit (HDU) around to nix working on the living room floor :rofl:

Those umbilicals look like fun...

OH are you wrong. Thats the floor in my office.

The living room floor is one inch thick solid oak. Scratching that would be a really

bad idea.

I'm a slob and i can prove it... (give me a few minutes to upload these gems)



14 mm rectilinear fisheye :D

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Holy crap!!! Any particular reason why you hanging onto a 10+ year old Creative DVD drive or two? :D

Warning, don't do this unless you know what you are doing.

At one time i had a couple dozen of those. I take them apart for the laser diode, which

on the creative phase rewriters are about 400mw... I make very dangerous laser

pointers out of them.

These days, i do the same thing with 1 watt green diodes.

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machined from a solid piece of teflon, will add the mounting holes tomorrow and

make a batch. Hole diameter is 18mm which exactly matches the he90 jack so

everything will be symetrical.




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Is this what you are looking for?

Rapid Electronics - Cables & Connectors

Sorry, only UK... And they seem quite expensive...

Hey, Birgir just point me to this thread, after a long absence in which I missed all this (horrendous timing, really). I think he is hoping that I won't kill him for tracking down a T2 and not telling me. He is so wrong... I'm just waiting for him to finish all his projected DIYs... (actually, that might not work for me... I'm likely to end dying first of old age).

Anyway... this is about the "only UK" comment. Living here, I would be happy to help with any component that might be sourced only in UK. Now or in the future. Just let me know.

Cheers and good luck. I'll keep going through the thread now.

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