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    Smile My Hifi-set

    Since there are 2 members displaying their set, here's my cd-player (Vincent CD-S3) and a start on the powercable (Supra LoRad) :-)
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    Very nice work, I think you need a little extra detail though on the speaker fronts (that is if I imagine that they look like they have the standard hatching look to them). The cord could use a few minor details like some wear and tear, that would make it look awesome. Other than that, the set is very well put together, very nice models and great work! Way better than anything I could ever do.

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    Pause is spelled with an 's'

    I'd love to see it in a bit of an environment, with some neat reflections and stuff. Like the brushed look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prayforjoejoe
    Very nice work, I think you need a little extra detail though on the speaker fronts (that is if I imagine that they look like they have the standard hatching look to them). The cord could use a few minor details like some wear and tear, that would make it look awesome. Other than that, the set is very well put together, very nice models and great work! Way better than anything I could ever do.
    speaker fronts ???? there are no speakers nor connections in any of the pics
    and yes, the cord and plug can use some scratches, will work on that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exception
    Pause is spelled with an 's'

    I'd love to see it in a bit of an environment, with some neat reflections and stuff. Like the brushed look.
    right, my mistake (used the 'dutch' version :-))

    i'm working on a interior scene with a whole audio set and other props, but, with my working speed and other hobbies it'll take some time before any update :-)

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    correct, I made a mistake about what I was looking at. It dawned on me...wait, this CONNECTS to the speakers. Dammit I hate being wrong, but yeah, disregard any comment I made. Except for the fact that it is very nice work.

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