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PostPosted: 19 Sep 2009, 15:48 
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I have submitted an order for more pcbs. If you are interested in a pair(or more, but note that each board is for one channel), please respond here in this thread. I will reserve boards in the order of posts here. Don't know of a more fair way to go about it.

As mentioned, these will be sold to fellow DIYers at my cost, plus shipping and Paypal charges. I'll probably round up to the next full US dollar amount. I'll ship most anywhere(there are exceptions) as long as the buyer realizes he must pay any and all charges to get the boards shipped to his location. That means every charge above the selling price. I'll get that figure posted after I'm sure of my total from Imagineering.

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PostPosted: 19 Sep 2009, 15:54 
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Hi Greg, thanks very much for doing this. I'll take a pair of boards.
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PostPosted: 20 Sep 2009, 18:30 
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Greg, thanks! This is much appreciated.
I'm definitely in for one pair of boards. Depending on final price, I may want another pair.
-Brian


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PostPosted: 10 Oct 2009, 04:48 
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I have received the pcbs. After figuring all my costs to this point, and adding Paypal fees, the price is going to be $6.50 USD/each, plus shipping. Previously I was able to fit a pair in a small USPS flat rate box. That charge is $4.95 to USA, $10.95 to Canada and Mexico, and $12.95 to other countries. Flat rate is limited to four pounds if international. I can ship multiple pairs for the same price using a flat rate envelope. Not crazy about the envelope, but I can add some extra bubble wrap. It will be up to the buyer whether to add insurance, as it is NOT included in the flat rate price. For insurance coverage up to $50, the cost is $1.75 for USA and Canada, and $2.25 for everyone else. So anyone interested in these boards should be able to figure their cost for whatever combination they're interested in. For example, if someone wants a pair shipped insured to Canada, the cost is $6.50 x 2, plus $10.95, plus $1.75= $25.70 USD. Two pair would be $6.50 x 4, plus $10.95, plus $1.75= $38.70 USD.

I have about three dozen boards to share. I doubt that all will be spoken for here, so I will be mentioning them elsewhere later, and they will go in a hurry. So, don't hesitate if you are interested.

If anyone new to the forum is not aware, this board was designed by one of the top names in DIY audio circles, Mr. Pete Millett. With his permission, I had these made using his files, with the intention of sharing them at no profit with other DIYers.

So, if you want a very nice board at a very reasonable cost, this is it. I won't be able to get any more of these at anywhere near this cost.

Keep in mind that each board is for one channel, and yes, I will sell odd numbers, if someone wants a three channel or five channel set-up, for example.

Cheers, Greg


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PostPosted: 11 Oct 2009, 09:57 
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Great stuff Greg. I'll take 2 pair of boards. Let us know how you would like to be contacted.
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PostPosted: 11 Oct 2009, 10:32 
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Gio,

I prefer to handle this through PMs.

I'll keep a running tally here in this thread of how many pcbs remain.

Thus far 10 boards have been spoken for, so I have 26 remaining.

Blitzen- 2 pair
Gio- 2 pair
Dusty Chalk- 1 pair

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PostPosted: 15 Oct 2009, 08:37 
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I need to add a correction here pertaining to international shipping. I listed erroneous info in my post of October 10. Insurance is NOT available for flat rate. In order to insure shipment, it is necessary to use Priority International, which costs $19 plus USD to Canada, and $30 plus to Australia, as examples.

My previous info about domestic flat rate is correct, and the info about flat rate international WITHOUT insurance is also correct.

Anyone who needs international shipping, please verify with me your complete shipping address before making Paypal payment. To prevent mistakes, I will take package to post office and get back with an exact total.

Cheers, Greg


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PostPosted: 20 Oct 2009, 12:05 
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Thanks Greg, my boards arrived yesterday.

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PostPosted: 14 Dec 2009, 18:40 
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I have 12 boards left, so if anyone has been lurking and thinking about this, better get them now. They are advertised elsewhere and won't last much longer. I am nearly certain they will be gone in a week.

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Pcbs are all sold.


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