What is the last thing you made? (pics pls)
Ok, back to the ghetto stuff!
chest cam, using an old HTC Wildfire phone and some old tupperware type shit.
Just stuff I knock up when I’m bored.Posted 4 years ago29erKeithMember
Pigface I don’t think it’ll get driven much in the wet tbh
but a Diff, custom drive shafts and heavy duty outer CV’s are on the shopping list. Hopefully torque steer shouldn’t be too bad as the drive shafts are equal lengths I think, that’s why tuned A-Series used to get it bad anyway, I know how bad in the wet they can be from this 140bhp turbo A-Series, Sadly gone, I wish I’d not sold it now 🙁
KAD do an Equal length driveshaft kit for the A Series to helpPosted 4 years agoDavidBSubscriberMidlandTrailquestsGrahamMember
Mrs MTG’s daughter wanted a rabbit pen.
We decided the best place was against the garden fence with access to an existing covered area alongside the bungalow for shelter.
We also thought it would be best to make it standing height.
So, what started out as plans for a typical rabbit pen with a hutch at one side, turned in to this, which looks more like an aviary.
Posted 4 years ago
Apart from being a bike enthusiast, I am also a music/hi-fi/guitar enthusiast and as I am an electronic engineer, I build most of my own stuff. Here are some bits I’ve made in the last few months.
Firstly a minimalist 50 watt/channel chipamp power amp. Sounds as though it should cost £1000 +
10 watt single ended valve guitar amplifier designed and built from scratch for a client.
Dual guitar amplifier attenuator
Posted 4 years ago
No way, Nigelb001 – do you run Mango? Lovely sounding amps.
Yep that’s me. 🙂 Thanks for the comment. Can I ask how you know my amps? Just a one man band here, my clientelle is very select. I’ve probably made as many amps in eight years as Marshall make in 10 minutes. 😉
Hifi power amp is a dual mono LM3875 chipamp using PCBs from Peter Daniels at Audiosector in US, which itself is based on the mythical Japanese 47Labs Gaincard. Built as an experiment as I didn’t really believe the internet hype about 47Labs but was very, very pleasantly surprised by the resolution and transparency of the amp. Now takes pride of place in my rack, I don’t need a better hifi amp whatever the cost, though I may build another one to bi-amp my PMC speakers.Posted 4 years agojustinbieberSubscriber
I’m pretty sure I played one in Jam Guitars in Bristol a few years ago. Can’t remember too much about it, but it was nice. Good range of features too, not just the typical small amp single channel and that’s your lot!
That power amp looks really interesting. I’ve got a pair of big Dynaudio floorstanders that really come alive when fed with lots of power. Any plans to sell them?Posted 4 years ago
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