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Old 04-19-2007, 12:04 PM   #21
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it shouldn't be that annoying of a task. It should just be 8 screws and then lift it up out of the box and look at the magnet. 10 minutes tops. Good luck dude
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Well, that seems fine and dandy, but there is carpet involved too. So maybe this weekend I will look into it.

Right now there isn't any pressure, the guy selling his amp isn't getting his new t40001bd for another 3 months. As I was just told.

But I will look to confirm.

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dont know if this helps but.
go to conceptconcept.com and click on there techmaster at the bottum of the page and click on How to measure watts sheet
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