Published on 8th September 2005 by
Originally Posted by -:: M@ ::-'The sound is quieter due to signal loss as there is no amplification'
Not sure if im wrong, but isn't the whole point of valves in sound is for amplification/boost and pre-amp uses, the valve is the actual amplifier?
Originally Posted by JockThe innards are very similar to a wavemaster. But, with a door and a 120mm intake fan.
Originally Posted by Da DegoWhy change a good thing, when you can instead find subtle improvements to something people already love?
Originally Posted by Da DegoEh, jock, in a way I can agree with you, but in reality, what cases get the top modding reviews? What do we compare things to? The cases that Coolermaster built 5 years ago. Why change a good thing, when you can instead find subtle improvements to something people already love?
To me, instead of throwing out a half-baked idea every year, they keep refining the idea they have. That's not a bad thing, and it apparently answers a lot of peoples' wishes (judging by sales, modding, etc). It saves the all-too-common problem of "Remember THAT case? Oh, they don't make it anymore? It had so many great features...if only they would have made a few changes to it."
Wavemaster and Centurion are still some of the most sought after, modded cases that are for sale. I think there's probably a reason for that, and the continuous refinement of it is a good move.
Personally, the door is not to my taste. The entire rest of the case, however, very much is.
Oh, and nice review, Chris! Now steal it back from your daughter and mod the thing!
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