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Laser Cut, Vented Clear Acrylic cover plate for the IA20.1

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Just a little something i decided to make on my new Laser table. I plan on making these plates for SEVERAL amps and offering them on http://www.wcCarAudio.com whenever i complete one (for a particular amp).  For now, this is my first one.  I LOVE this amp so it was a no brainer to put a clear cover on it  :D











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Nice look


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Always loved the classic limited PG amps with clear covers. I'll keep an eye out if you do any for DC's. Might have to integrate them into my Corvette build. They would be a waste in my truck build.

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