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July 5, 2018 - 3:25 pm
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Hi Dennis, i just bought the building plans you offer and i was thinking to start with the BDA bass absorber , i was watching carefully the instruction and measures and i have 2 questions.
When you show technical drawings in metric sizes, your back, front, side, top and bottom has one measure and in your layered view there are other sizes, why is that?
Second question: can i change some sizes in order to fit panels into my control room? ALWAYS keeping the same internal volume of the panel, for example: it would be really better for my room if the panel is 47¨large instead of 55¨, could you tell me the related W and H sizes?
I hope that´s possible, and i thank you for your service, i saw many videos on your channel and i´ve learned a lot.
sory about my english, i´m from Argentina and i don´t know your language very well.
wish you a nice day.

Turi Burgio.

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T, You can change the width and height but not the depth. Be careful and choose dimensions that are stable. These are heavy units and can tip over if the dimensions are not proportional to the weight. Keep the width dimension at 50 % of the height. Both metric and imperial dimensions are given. With metric, get as close to the imperial dimensions as you can.

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Great! that info helps me a lot to fit this panels into my control room, i´ll send you pictures when i have something done.
greatings to all.

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