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post #31 of 164 Old 07-14-2015, 08:16 PM
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Hey MTG90!

Is there a way to contact you without using a PM? I don't want to waste people's time by posting 15 messages here. I have a crossover I'd like you to assemble.

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Hey MTG90!

Is there a way to contact you without using a PM? I don't want to waste people's time by posting 15 messages here. I have a crossover I'd like you to assemble.

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PM sent for crossover assembly. Thanks.

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Matt I would be temped to buy them just because you make them so pretty!

Mine don't look that good. Not at all.
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Crossover Boards

These look fantastic! I'd love to buy three 1099 crossover boards if you've got them available. Sorry that I can't PM you yet...first post.

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Crossover assembly

First post for me to
I have sent a pm using taptalk it did seem to go through
Looking at getting some crossovers assembled to
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Pm'd!
Put my 1099 crossovers together recently using these boards: Soooooooo much nicer/cleaner/easier!

Just wanted to say thanks!!
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mtg90,

I would like to get 3 1099 boards but do not have enough posts to PM. (That is what I get for being a long time lurker)

Thank you in advance!!
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Are there plans for a 893 board ?

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Yes I plan to have an 893 board designed soon.
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Yes I plan to have an 893 board designed soon.
Awesome. I will definitely be picking up a pair from you
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Yes I plan to have an 893 board designed soon.
If you don't have the XO, shoot me an email. ryanbouma at hotmail dot com
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Yes I plan to have an 893 board designed soon.
sweet to the 893.... i just preordered mine (3 of them) and was about to see if you did the boards or would assemble.
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Will you do an 88 Special?
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Looking forward to receiving my three 1099 boards!
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Will you do an 88 Special?
Boards or assembly? It's yes for both but the boards I have designed do not include terminals like the others on the first page, just through holes for the input/output wires which get soldered to the board.
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mtg90,


Like a handful of others here, this is my first post, so I can't PM you.


I'd like to purchase three of your boards for the 1099s.


Thanks!
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mtg90,


I was going to PM you but maybe others were wondering where is the best place to order the PCB terminal blocks shown on the assembled boards.


Thanks
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Pm sent on some crossovers needing built

"we need more power" - My Wife.

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Another PM headed your way for 3 1099s.
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I was going to PM you but maybe others were wondering where is the best place to order the PCB terminal blocks shown on the assembled boards.


Thanks

I include those with the boards.

Parts express does carry black ones:
http://www.parts-express.com/sure-el...-pcs--320-3370

You can also find them on eBay:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/10-PCB-Screw...item1c2d69b2c9
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Great, didn't know they came with the boards.
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Thanks Matt...this will be a fun build.
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Matt - thanks for the 1099 boards!

One question regarding hot gluing components on the board - does it make sense to try and build the glue up a bit to elevate the component as much as possible to aid in cooling or does it not matter? I realize in most usage it would not get pushed enough to overheat but as a just in case type thing. Good idea or not?
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Hey Matt, another pm sent your way for three 1099 boards. Thanks
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Matt - thanks for the 1099 boards!

One question regarding hot gluing components on the board - does it make sense to try and build the glue up a bit to elevate the component as much as possible to aid in cooling or does it not matter? I realize in most usage it would not get pushed enough to overheat but as a just in case type thing. Good idea or not?
I would not bother. The only parts that might get hot are the resistors but those should stay below the point where the glue begins to soften unless your are pumping in hundreds of watts for extended periods of time, even then the resistors can't really go anywhere as the leads will kept them in place.
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Hey mtg90, I'd also like to purchase three of your boards for the 1099's but lack the post count required to PM. Can you PM me the details? Thanks!
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Yes I plan to have an 893 board designed soon.
are these ready to order yet?
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are these ready to order yet?
I'll jump on this also - I'd like 3 x 893 boards.
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Matt,
I'd like to send you my crossover parts for assembly. Please PM me as i cannot yet, to newbish.

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