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  1. You have two options for angled corners; cut pieces or veneer softeners. For cut, you glue the large surface and trim to the angled edge. Glue a new piece to the angled edge and trim it to the first piece already glued down. If you want the grain to match, cut the two pieces from the same sheet of veneer. For softener, use a veneer softener like https://www.veneersupplies.com/products/Super-Soft-2-Veneer-Softener-Conditioner.html Google for options. Use as instructed and glue the large piece in place and roll the beveled edge over and glue in place. You may use head lock glue, clamp or vacuum bag for the process.
  2. Go to Amazon and search anti-vibration pad. Lots of sizes, materials and configurations.
  3. Reminds me of an old Hee-Haw line. If it weren't for bad luck, I'd have no luck at all. Gloom, dispair and agony on me.
  4. AC working overtime with this Texas heat. About 102 with a heat index of 106. Time to hit the pool.
  5. I had to turn down my sub while watching Alita: Battle Angel. That movie has some serious LFE. Looks great on my 110 projector screen.
  6. Not always, but most of the time, I've got something in the works. I like keeping busy.
  7. This wasn't a kit and there are no instructions. They company typically sells to manufacturers, who use these in production applications; like the Teac AX-501. The schematics are part of the PDF download. http://www.anaview.com/sites/default/files/PDS ALC0240-2300-I.pdf I used that to determine what I would need and then ordered from several sources here and in China. I assembled them over a few weekends. I wasn't on any time constraint and I am very meticulous with my builds and that takes longer.
  8. The company typically sells to manufacturers, who use these in production applications; like the Teac AX-501. The schematics are part of the PDF download. http://www.anaview.com/sites/default/files/PDS ALC0240-2300-I.pdf
  9. My latest project are D-class amplifiers using Anaview ALC02400-2300 modules. The base module will run 55wpc in stereo and 200 in mono, so I built two. I added a input switch, so I can run them as stereo amps or as a set of mono blocks. I also installed Alps potentiometers. I can run them as stand alone stereo amps or add a preamp and better drive them as mono blocks
  10. Any dimmer switches or florescent lights in the room? If yes, try turning them off and see if the noise goes away.
  11. They should be capturing the refrigerant and putting it back. By law, they are not to vent it to the atmosphere. You will need some but not a lot. I got an American Standard Platinum 18 seer 4 ton installed for $8500.
  12. Lookie what I did. It started out an ADC arm with a fixed head shell and a broken wire. It is now a removable head shell without a broken wire. It is now better than when it was new.
  13. Rose and I are headed to Florida in late August with my sister and her husband. Rented a cottage at https://www.margaritavilleresortorlando.com/
  14. Sometimes it's just the simple pleasures of life.
  15. Getting my grilling on for the 4th.
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