Super Sidekicks 2
- Feb 18, 2015
I'll wait until he get his price dial in. I think he still getting a feel for pricing as this is his 1st batch of cabs. I'm just a little disappointed in his "guys" clean up of the cab.
I did the opposite, but I was able to get it to fit decently. I was able to get the hangers on the bottom slide in place then only one of the holes lined up, I just used a bolt I found in my garage to secure it. It wasn't super secure, but enough to hold it there.Does anyone have experience putting a ms2930 chassis on a ms2931 tube? I thought it would be easy to drop in, but the frame on the tube is different and the plastic base for the 2930 won't fit correctly on the metal tray.
Any tips on this? I feel like I'm missing something simple. Should the ms2930 be removed from its plastic base before fitting onto the tube's tray?
I did the opposite, but I was able to get it to fit decently. I was able to get the hangers on the bottom slide in place then only one of the holes lined up, I just used a bolt I found in my garage to secure it. It wasn't super secure, but enough to hold it there.
Yeah you are missing the metal tray for the 2930 chassis. I would assume that peice would match up because my 2933 metal tray matched up to my 2930 tube frame. Possible solution, you could buy a peice of thin wood/metal and screw down the 2930 to that and then mount it to the tube frame. Prob would need to ground the chassis to the frame somewhere if I were to guess.
Not sure, all the connections except the remote board were the same between my 2930 and 2933 though.
With CRTs you're talking thousands of volts. I'd always discharge, why take that chance?
I don't know off hand, but if you bring it to Home Depot they will cut some equivalent ones for you for just the cost of the wood.
Also, now that this thing has been powered up (even though no video) should I re-discharge the monitor before doing any more work on the chassis?