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Old 22nd Mar 2006, 6:18 pm   #5
Join Date: Oct 2004
Location: Bristol, UK.
Posts: 837
Default Re: An interesting magic eye substitution

It's a very good idea, especially in view of the fact that the end view octal MEs are getting expensive and are only bright for a few hundred hours. In a domestic set that has a lot of use, this would be great.

I've sometimes wondered how much it would take to have a round indicator made up using the same technology as the flourescent displays on CD players. It would probably cost a mint.

The linear neon indicators from the thirties blackened quickly and had a very short life.

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