Dating a fender amplifier
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The body panels of the Flesby II ultra-compact vehicle are covered by a soft, next-generation rubber that can absorb the impact of a collision.This rubber moves with electric power, according to the firm, and can even change the shape of the car body.
So as this is our page, we'll scan the Books for ones we reckon are interesting or noteworthy.The company said on its website the rubber is able to move with electric power and change the shape of the car body.Footage from the auto show reveal how the bulbous rubber panels expand and contract, almost as though the car were breathing. LED lights projected onto the rubber also allow the driver to communicate with pedestrians and other vehicles, the company said.'In the event of contact with a pedestrian, the soft body serves a safety function in absorbing the impact,' the company said.We're not too interested in ones with ICs in the Tone-Flat stage & certainly an IC power amp as some ghastly late 1970s 100W ones dare to use won't get our interest.From this, there doesn't seem many more to try beyond Mc Intosh & Fisher that would need importing as not sold much-at all in the UK.Starting in 1956 many valve amps will be 3 watt tiny Mono things, these are interesting to try & we had one years ago.
But Hifi & for " serious" use, as in one you'd actually want to use occasionally going into ones you could use daily as years progress is the idea.
Japanese manufacturing firm Toyoda Gosei has unveiled a bizarre new concept that could put your rubber bumper-shield to shame.
At the Tokyo Motor Show, the company showed off a new dent-proof car, Flesby II – and, the outside of the vehicle is covered in undulating airbags.
According to Toyoda Gosei, the design uses shape-shifting rubber that moves with electric power to protect the exterior from collisions, rather than relying solely on traditional placement inside the car.
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