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Andy Lucas
2004-08-11, 05:19
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> On Tue, 2004-08-10 at 21:09 -0700, jason bigham wrote:
> > Here's a sneak peak at the next revision of my custom case (and my
> > entry for the software/hardware plugins contest). Been at it for
> > several hours now, time to eat:
> >
> > http://www.geekmods.com/slimp3/g2/
>
> That url doesn't work. Is it correct?

Works for me.

R.
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Fine for me too.
Cracking case by the way.

There was other posts re the shape of the squeezebox and issues with
stacking it with other hardware which I would agree with in certain
circumstances.

An option of a hi-fi style full sized case perhaps with some of the buttons
on the remote replicated on the front panel would be a useful addition to
the family I think, even if it was in kit form. I would have one for my
hi-fi rack, the squeeze just looks a bit lost.

Thanks...

BigHam
2004-08-11, 07:33
We're on the same page Andy.

I have another case, currently with a blank faceplate. I was going to
use this as the server case, and as you said, add a few buttons to
emulate key remote functions. This will take a bit more work though
(especially in the machine shop), so not anytime soon.

On Wed, 11 Aug 2004 13:19:40 +0100, Andy Lucas <alucas1 (AT) slb (DOT) com> wrote:
>
>
> >
> > On Tue, 2004-08-10 at 21:09 -0700, jason bigham wrote:
> > > Here's a sneak peak at the next revision of my custom case (and my
> > > entry for the software/hardware plugins contest). Been at it for
> > > several hours now, time to eat:
> > >
> > > http://www.geekmods.com/slimp3/g2/
> >
> > That url doesn't work. Is it correct?
>
> Works for me.
>
> R.
> --
>
> Fine for me too.
> Cracking case by the way.
>
> There was other posts re the shape of the squeezebox and issues with
> stacking it with other hardware which I would agree with in certain
> circumstances.
>
> An option of a hi-fi style full sized case perhaps with some of the buttons
> on the remote replicated on the front panel would be a useful addition to
> the family I think, even if it was in kit form. I would have one for my
> hi-fi rack, the squeeze just looks a bit lost.
>
> Thanks...
>
>
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