Not really, you can if you want but that's not how I intend to do it. You can use the existing A/C (mains) connection from the back of one of your bricks and mount it in your new chasis. Now just wire the power supply from each Brick back to the mains. You'll still have 2 power supplies but they'll be fed from 1 A/C cord. Kev may suggest we isolate them from each other in case something ever goes wrong with one it won't damage the other or to prevent noise issues but I'm sure he'll tell us.So I guess we're looking at a little bit of an expenditure in a new power supply also.
That's pretty much my intention, Bass/Keyboard DI and overflow pre's.I would like to have a couple in the studio in rackmount form for Keyboard DI and mic preamp usage...also for the occassional bassist that will sit at the mixing console and just listen to the nearfields.
Okay how about a shot of Paris Hilton holding a brick (clothing optional of course) :lol:Let me know if there's anything in particular that you would like to see a picture of. (concerning the Brick, that is )
Seriously how about close up's of both sides, front and back and above looking into the brick. That should do it.
Also if anyone has the dimensions of the PCB and the Transformer please post them as it will help in guaging how to mount them in a 2U case.
Another issue is suppliers of blank rack chasis and faces. If anyone has a link please post it.
I won't be picking up my Bricks till next week (gotta pay for a VMP-4000) but I just wanted to thank you guys who have contributed so far. It's definitely made the planning a little easier.