+20/X1e Dual Pipe plug in module

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Gilbert Y
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+20/X1e Dual Pipe plug in module

Post by Gilbert Y » Thu Feb 13, 2014 2:43 pm

This one is a custom unit. Ok, if anyone want to do this, we will do it again so if we make more than one, is that custom anymore? You decide.

It's +20 and X1e in two pipes designed to connect to the white Neutrik jack on a BC6000 or BC6020. This one has mounting holes for using wire ties to tie to a post of the rack. BC62 is also optional. We would recommand at least using BC61 for this unit.

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This one can be less than 8" but we made this longer for the mounting holes to have placed in that extra length on both pipes.

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BC6000 "Jet Pack"!!!!!

Post by masluck » Fri Feb 14, 2014 10:04 pm

Yet another fine example of BC working with their customers :D

The BC6000 +20/Xe1 "Jet Pack" will make its way to Central New York to upgrade the current power conditioning in the system. I gave a lot of thought to sending my BC6000 or driving to Innerkip and dropping it off, but Gil But was able to listen and create - all I can say is that I am very much looking forward to adding its capabilities to my rig. I had to to have custom holes drilled so I could attach it to my rack and again, what other high end audio dealer will do this?? :lol:

If you have a BC6000, and like me have not kept up with the available upgrades, here ya go. Thanks Gil But and BC, yet again!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

Mark

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BC6000 +20/x1e Jet Pack installation

Post by masluck » Wed Feb 26, 2014 12:54 pm

Good Afternoon,

The BC6000 "+20/x1e" Jet Pack has been added to the system and here is a picture that shows the flower pots I now have on back of the rig... :shock: :shock:

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Truth be told, I had to sit there for a few minutes and think just how the heck to install it - its isn't small and it weighs a good amount.. :D

Mark

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