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eckythump 
17/8/08 1:20:08 AM
Overlord

A big +1 from me for a NAD C325BEE. I'm listening to mine right now and it's a lovely, lovely amp.

NAD make good gear.

It's worth pointing out that the C325BEE is almost 100% identical to the C320BEE that it superceded. The C325BEE has a 3.5mm line-in jack on the front so you can easily hook up an mp3 player with a 3.5mm<->3.5mm cable.

I mention this as you can probably get a C320BEE notably cheaper if you can find one, and you're not going to be missing out on anything that you can't replicate with a 3.5mm->2xRCA cable and a willingness to press a button on the front to change to the appropriate set of inputs. :)

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battlefield_gir 
18/8/08 10:49:18 PM
Titan

i need some one with smaller hands to screw the remaining pannel on, mai hands r to big.

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-80 
18/8/08 11:50:51 PM
Banned

Use a nail.

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datafast69 
18/8/08 11:58:33 PM
Titan

What panel are you referring to?

Hot Glue maybe, but it depends on the panel referred to.

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-80 
19/8/08 12:20:41 AM
Banned

Yeah.
I thought they were assembled already.
Anyway.....cordless srewdriver is your friend.

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datafast69 
19/8/08 12:29:02 AM
Titan

Yeah, I thought about a cordless screwdriver too, but then I thought if that would work a long regular screwdriver would work too o_0, but then again if it is at an angle you may be onto something -80 :)

I'm guessing it is a internal one that is over shadowed by an outer panel.

Waits anxiously for more info :P


Edited by datafast69: 19/8/2008 12:31:28 AM

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-80 
19/8/08 1:22:18 AM
Banned

Could be the wrong sized screwdriver.
Those philipsheads are fairly picky.

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battlefield_gir 
19/8/08 8:19:56 AM
Titan

look at the picture of the box i posted previously.
perople who have met me like -80 know that im a big bloke also i have big hands, makes fine work like that very hard.

i cant rotate the screwdriver with out it going in at a shitty angle

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-80 
19/8/08 8:43:32 AM
Banned

I've met you?
News to me!

I learnt the hard way about philips screws.
Having the right size makes all the difference.

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battlefield_gir 
19/8/08 9:21:54 AM
Titan

oh its the right size it just needs to be about 60 cm long.

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-80 
19/8/08 4:09:04 PM
Banned

You can get real long ones......but they ain't cheap!

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battlefield_gir 
22/8/08 8:25:30 PM
Titan

not exacly like you can tell me huh

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R.I.P Josh Woods

Goth: Am I the only one who somehow swam through the wall of the vagina and got lost/stuck inside




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