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Vintage racking solutions.
Old 2nd November 2004
  #1
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Vintage racking solutions.

If anybody is interested in racking up any of thier vintage kit check out my site at www.audiojunkie.co.uk. I've also got some stuff on ebay. Check these links:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...ayphotohosting

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...sPageName=WDVW

You can catch me on : [email protected] or by
phone :07981964570

Cheers slutz
Old 3rd November 2004
  #2
Hi,

www.audiojunkie.co.uk is inaccesible. I may be interested in some custom racking at some point. Will probably drop you an email.
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neil.
Old 3rd November 2004
  #3
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site

Hi
I can get the site up on my machine. Check ebay for the ones up there. What is it you need housings for?
Sam
Old 3rd November 2004
  #4
just wanted to double it: your site is not working. maybe you access it over your cache or directly over your local drive.

deft:::
Old 3rd November 2004
  #5
May be interested in the pres & EQs out of a Trident MTA series console. They can't be racked at the moment as the channel strip is all in one piece which is well over 19" long.

Sound like a possibility??

Also I checked your site from another computer. It is definitely unaccesable.
Old 3rd November 2004
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I got to his site no problem.
Old 3rd November 2004
  #7
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Quote:
Originally posted by thenewyear
May be interested in the pres & EQs out of a Trident MTA series console. They can't be racked at the moment as the channel strip is all in one piece which is well over 19" long.

Sound like a possibility??

Also I checked your site from another computer. It is definitely unaccesable.
Shoot me an e-mail with some photos.
Old 3rd November 2004
  #8
now i got the site too. the first link was posted with a "." at the end between "k" and "/", and this doesn't work.

this is the right link: http://www.audiojunkie.co.uk/

deft:::
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