“I modded this Commodore C64 by putting a MSSIAH Cartridge, 6 pots and 2 switches in it. 4 pots are for the MSSIAH Software, 1 for Volume and 1 for a Feedback Loop I built in it.” – Malte Horstmann
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I often thought to myself, “This car stereo sounds better than anything I hear in my home.”. So here’s an idea… why not put a car stereo in your home? I know the car’s acoustics is probably a large factor in its sound but could this be another way to check your mixes? In the late 80s I had an incredible Alpine system in my car. It was one of those units that the green buttons turned beige when you pressed them. Of course I had to take the faceplate with me everywhere I went and I had a “NO RADIO” sign on my window. Ah the old crime ridden yet a lot more fun NYC. Now if I can hack my bed to mechanically bounce…
“pioneer head unit with 2 clarion tweeters beatin” – subwoorferman
What do you think… good idea or just plain stupid?