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Re: picture of my setup (archive)

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Posted by m3niko on April 25, 2000 at 06:37:11:

In Reply to: Re: picture of my setup posted by neo on April 24, 2000 at 23:11:03:

You're right with what you said. But to tell you the truth, I've been with this setup for almost a year and haven't had any problems. While hot air does rise, it isn't stagnant. Since there's so much room around the amps, the hot air has the chance to move away and not smother the amps.

Like I said, so far I've had zero problems with it.

Nick

: Its not good to mount your amps upside down, because they cant disipate heat properly... you are overheating the electric circuits of the amp because all the heat rises and heats the amp up... You get better performance from a cool amp... Just a suggestion... I did it before and was told the same thing... My amp performed much better after i moved it. Also less likely to cut off from overheating.

: looks really nice though... if you dont have any problems or dont really play your system up, then i wouldnt worry about anything... but i like to blast it for hours on end so...




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