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    Well he did day that they bought the car specifically for competition. I have seen worse done to the structures of vehicles for sound competitions.

    IMO, it is a pro job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greatwhite View Post
    I wonder if that guy knows he cut a major structural panel out of the vehicle just so he could get speakers in that spot?

    I like good sound too, but not enough to compromise the structure of the vehicle.............

    Looks like a nice wiring job though. Crimp and solder, only way to go............
    To compete in IASCA and MECA they have to follow strict safety regulations. Thus, the area was probably structurally reinforced with fiberglass during the speaker installation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by audiology View Post
    To compete in IASCA and MECA they have to follow strict safety regulations. Thus, the area was probably structurally reinforced with fiberglass during the speaker installation.
    Structurally reinforced with fiberglass?

    Ummmm,no.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greatwhite View Post
    Structurally reinforced with fiberglass?

    Ummmm,no.
    ok... u win.
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    based on a question in an another topic, i write down how i made my pcb-s...

    so, its a very easy method: only a laser printer, smoothing-iron and a special type of paper required, plus the liquid for etching. deskjet and other printers are unusable, only the laser uses a plastic-powder based toner!

    the paper is not a regular printer paper. this is a shiny, but not too thick sheet. like the material of several magazines, like inner sheets of playboy and others. a minimal thickness is required because of the printing, the device might get a jam if its too slim... so some experimentation is required... you should print the circuit on the sheet, than clear the raw pcb board with toothpaste for the first, than with some solvent (like wound petrol from a chemist's). after it, you should lay down the sheet to the board, and put a clear printer paper on them. then comes the hot iron (steaming off). practicing is required here, you should find the point when the toner adheres to the board, but not squashes! after it soaking is required with some soap and water, then gently rubbing. when its clear, there is no paper on the free surface, you should put it to the etching stuff...

    the quality depends on the laser printer (600-1200 dpi required for smaller smd parts), on the paper, and of course the practicing, but this can be learned easily...
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    on the other side, im working on a new DAC... now i have a problem with the remote power on (might be the relay is overheating), but i will solve it...
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    Are there any USB->Optical adapter that doesnt require driver installation?

    I just need an optical output for my Alpine H700 processor

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwchan View Post
    Are there any USB->Optical adapter that doesnt require driver installation?

    I just need an optical output for my Alpine H700 processor
    nearly all cheap adapter works without driver installation as standard usb audio device, but they are dummy in this mode, there is no kernel streaming, asio, equalizer, eax support, etc... what is your problem with driver installation?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FPeter View Post
    nearly all cheap adapter works without driver installation as standard usb audio device, but they are dummy in this mode, there is no kernel streaming, asio, equalizer, eax support, etc... what is your problem with driver installation?
    I dont think i need those function as my H700 is able to do sound processing like time alignment and equalizer. I just want the audio data to feed into H700 digitally via optical cable.

    I prefer no driver installation as my CPU is rather low end and I dont wish to overload it further with more drivers

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