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There are 4 particular features that underlie the structure and design of sound technology that is meant to last a lifetime and have least maintenance costs. These are design for disassembly, modularity, scalability, and simplicity. The first is basically a guarentee of a lifetime of service. If you can take something apart easily, then you can fix it easily. Modularity is the possibility of add-ons that modify the function of a machine, so you don’t have to buy a new machine to obtain that new function. Scalability is the ability to scale the size – make it smaller or larger – without making major design changes. Absolute simplicity refers to KISS design – such that the same functionality cannot be obtained with any fewer parts.