Holger's green line (1176, Pico, D-AOC, JLM-MAC) *pics*

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Holger

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Here is my green line

all-green-side.jpg


The front panels are custom painted by local paint shop, the color is a kind of british racing green, all panels have threads for the pots and switches which avoids having hex nuts on the front panel (except the MACs main board).

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1176
http://www.groupdiy.com/index.php?topic=30527.0
Dual mono Pico
http://www.picocompressorforum.com/forum/php/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=208
D-AOC
http://www.groupdiy.com/index.php?topic=26585&start=501
JLM MAC
http://www.jlmaudio.com/phpbb3/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=63&start=30
 

[silent:arts]

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Holger, as said many times before:
ABSOLUTELY PRO LOOKING.
this doesn't look like DIY, I know a huge bunch of very expensive "pro costing" equipment which looks much more DIY.
put them in the shop :)
 

Holger

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Thanks to all for liking...
Yes, the panels are engraved by Schaeffer/Frontpanelexpress.
The Pico was the first device I built.
When you look at the pic you'll see that the R and S in Threshold and the A in Makeup are not "printed" well because I used a 0.4mm engraving tool at a 2mm letter height. This can lead to problems on a painted frontpanel. I used only the 0.2mm engraving tool later which is a little bit limitating when trying to find a good layout. I like the way I mixed 0.2 and 0.4 mm engraving tools on the Pico here.
pico-right.jpg


 

ilfungo

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Holger Congratulations!!!
Great job!!!!!!!!!!
Sorry, where can I find a bit of info on the pico compressor?
I just bought in Black Marchet 2 mono channels, may also work in stereo?
Thanks
 

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