Some Photos of my D-AOC

seavote

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i housed my compressor in an old tube radio amplifier.
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here's the raw (drilled) face plate attached to the unit.

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a look at the inside. with transformers only



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two shots of the finished unit. not high tech but all together the faceplate and enclosure cost me $0.00.
faceplate was 1 piece of scrape sheet metal and a scape of aluminum i got from some sheetmetal workers i know and glued together(contact cement)

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thanks Snatch. just to be clear. the only part of the enclosure i made was the faceplate. the rest of the enclosure is original from the radio amplifier.
 

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Sweet! Looks like some mojo-packed vintage doodad that clients will drool over. Well played.

Also, I love to recycle cases of some misguided benevolence, but rarely do I conceal my handiwork so well as you have.  I have an old White Instruments EQ chassis that will soon contain a vari-mu comp.
 

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