In order to keep the R&D process as affordable as possible, I will have to disassemble the prototype units to salvage as many components as possible for the next batch. It seems like such a shame since they were looking pretty decent, but I have no choice. There is no way to salvage the situation without a complete rebuild from the ground up. The greatest loss is my time, but I'm not too upset about that because I learned some very cool things along the way. My previous blog posts cover the details of this past prototype phase in greater detail.
I wanted to take quick photo of the builds before disassembly so I have some documented record of that particular phase in the development of Trinity.
About the Author
Mike Congilosi II, Owner/Designer/Electronics Engineer at Lightning Boy Audio and Owner/Audio Engineer/Music Producer at LBA Studios.