12 Photos - Jun 22, 2012
Photo: Custom cabinet for Bottlehead Crack Headphone AmpPhoto: Custom chassis for Bottlehead Crack Amp - Power & RCA's at back and volume & headphone jack at frontPhoto: Finished custom Bottlehead Crack Headphone Amp front viewPhoto: Finished custom Bottlehead Crack Headphone Amp side/back view - small nails were temp and are now recessed brass screwsPhoto: Custom Bottlehead Crack headphone ampPhoto: Custom Crack Bottlehead headphone amp - the footprint is way smaller than the standard Crack. Seen here next to Schiit LyrPhoto: Gale GS401A refurbishment. Jarrah side panels, chrome standsPhoto: Gale GS401A refurbishment. Jarrah side panels, chrome standsPhoto: Gale GS401A refurbishment. Jarrah side panels, chrome standsPhoto: Gale GS401A refurbishment. Jarrah side panels, chrome stands. Fabric is flyscreen and flash goes right through it displaying drivers behind. In the flesh, your eyes dont see through it.Photo: Crack in stack. Original tiny nails used to secure side panels now replaced with brass screws (just visible above headphones). There's a small gap between transformer top and black cover for ventilation.Photo: Crack - rear power and RCA connections. Single plug/fuse/switch was used instead of original parts