NAD - Axe-Fx III w/ gut shots

LaXu

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I suppose the fan move air a bit around the whole chassis but I kinda wonder if that could just work fine with a beefier heatsink. At least the setup looks far better than the Axe-Fx 2 which just had the fan mounted on the ceiling, causing audible noise and resonance.

Also what's with a lot of guitar gear having fans that are anything but silent? Meanwhile my computer is pretty much noiseless with quality fans running at lower RPM.
 

texhex

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I forgot how good the effects are in this thing. Some of these reverbs are insane now! Loving it.
 
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jzgtrguy

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New AXE ;) Day

Arrived last night and it's great. Believe the hype 5.00 beta 2 firmware is rocking. Build quality is extremely good, thick metal case, very solid construction.

Gut shots:


No pic....
 

LaXu

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I'm with you. I only use hand-wired point-to-point constructed modeling units.

Well it's obvious you don't care about tone at all. Everyone knows if your modeler doesn't have a hangar sized space full of handwired transistors it's not going to sound any good.

Here you can see Cliff working on the 5.00 firmware:

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bdrepko

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Well it's obvious you don't care about tone at all. Everyone knows if your modeler doesn't have a hangar sized space full of handwired transistors it's not going to sound any good.

Here you can see Cliff working on the 5.00 firmware:

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I cant tell if your being sarcastic or not :D
 




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