And they fit in several important ways:
- there's enough HP - and a little to spare for module juggling;
- it's deep enough for the A113 sub; but
- adding my luxurious velvet lining made the lid a rather tight fit which I dealt with by trimming the edges and applying some brute force;
- it has also stiffened the lid and there is not quite enough space for the module knobs.
A delay in completing as the screws I ordered seem to have gone astray. More on the way.
There's a major article in the new Sound on Sound on boutique modules. I'll digest that and reconsider the wish list which currently comprises the Delptronics Little Drummer Boy, a delay, either f(h) or Pittsburgh and perhaps the rather expensive WMD Synchrodyne.
There's a splendid video of the Synchrodyne being ticked by a Maths here. The name was also used for a rather splendid 1928 radio featured at TSF and at the Radio Museum.