Recently finished my pair of M125s. Beautiful amps these, plain and simple.
Beautiful amps however require protection.
Has anybody tried making a cage or enclosure for these at all?
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sKiZo wrote:I was thinking some heavy romex to get the shape you want, then braze heavy duty hardware screen to that. Paint it up or get it powder coated. Leave the corners long and add four holes in the chassis to keep them in place.
Had some photoshop fun when I was building my ST120. Remember this?
An absolute art-deco piece of work, as are you, Skiz.
Grandchildren can be replaced. Good tubes, not so much.Boomzilla wrote:Th keep grandkids tender little hands away from the hot tubes.
AmpedUp wrote:I have a good friend that makes custom Plexiglass structures. If you have a design or dimensions that you would like one make, let me know and I'll have him make one and I'll take a picture with it and one of my M-125s. He can drill or slot vents into the covers any way that you would like. Here is a link of some of the examples of what he builds. I was planning to make a cardboard template and have him build me a pair of clear PCB covers that no one seems to sell anymore. https://www.facebook.com/plexibledesign/