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  2. HAPPY 64th BIRTHDAY @BluesMan57! Have a GREAT day!!! Awesome to see very early members still around.
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  4. Ahmed El-Salamouny, Rio Rhythms was released on December 11, 2020. In his album, “Rio Rhythms”, Ahmed El-Salamouny, the specialist for Brazilian guitar music, lets listeners experience the magic of Brazil. The seventeen pieces on the CD are an exciting mixture of Brazilian rhythms delivered in a manner that is at times poetic and dreamy and at times highly virtuosic. You can read the rest of the review here...
  5. Happy Birthday Steve! I hope you have a great day!
  6. Awesome, Tim. It looks delicious.
  7. Brisket's are a certified art form. That one would make any Texecan proud!
  8. Tim, that is outstanding work!!!! And very nice gesture for someone who will especially enjoy it.
  9. So I have a buddy from Texas who was on a competitive BBQ team. He contracted SARS covid-2 and has been quarantined and on oxygen for the past several weeks. I thought it would be good to smoke a brisket for him and his family. So last night I sparked up the weber smokey mountain and did a brisket.
  10. Been a long time for a system update. took me about a year to get to this point. Still not finished. Eventually the system so far 2x carver 1.0t magnet killer option 2 power plants operate the Empire State buildings upfront and the Eiffel towers in the back (stereo) 2x carver cathedral of pain 8 channel power plants powering 7 channels of the atmospheric pressure system 1x carver total fkn madness 75 giga watt power plant powering 2 18” a home down foundation killers in my designed boxes 1x Sony ear synthesizer 3100
  11. Acustic for the most part. The reunion that never was. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004P7NHBI/ref=dm_ws_tlw_trk12
  12. Welcome to the site! You have quire the collection of Carver gear, so no point in warning you about the perils of OCCD. Once you have a few posts under your belt, we'd love to see some pictures. In the mean time, join in the fun. and remember to enjoy the music!
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  14. Thanks Eric They are 110, I have them plugged in the back of the C-19 Set on low. Turns on when powered up. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00JLV4BWC/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  15. No sir, The bottom is solid. I didn't take it apart but, the location of the switches and RCA's puts it somewhere in the neighborhood of 1.5 inches
  16. About 2 inches of clearance from the bottom to the PCB. No vents.
  17. Is the bottom of the chassis ventilated like the top? Also how far off the bottom are the PCBs? Just curious, I've never actually seen one of these.
  18. This is how you do it. The C-19 has heat issues. Taking care of its heat will ensure it remains reliable! It's a very solid design though, and the circuits are packed really tight together in there. In order to resolve the heating issue that causes permanent PCB damage, the voltage regulators really need to be mounted to the chassis with an extra plate of aluminum. I didn't undergo this modification because it would be very time expensive. Eventually I'll do it and post the results. I did however replace and suspend some components that get way to hot to be
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