Amp Placement

For all those little gadgets that make driving your car more fun and convienent. Big subs, screaming tweets? Got an amp that's on the way out? Need some recommendations? Then this is the place to ask.
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Postby KillerofRice » Fri Dec 15, 2006 11:41 pm

One fan to cool the amp. This is really just a joke. I wouldn't even put this fan into my computer. My roommate has two 80mm and they're louder than any vacuum I've ever heard.


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Postby gar187er » Sat Dec 16, 2006 12:49 am

id use one of those for a car application, as noise isnt a factor...air flow is.....

my CPU fans are thermaltakes....i used to have panaflos (great CFM, and no noise))


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Postby Cliff8928 » Sat Dec 16, 2006 1:48 am


(KillerofRice @ Dec. 15 2006,22:41)
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One fan to cool the amp. This is really just a joke. I wouldn't even put this fan into my computer. My roommate has two 80mm and they're louder than any vacuum I've ever heard.

Haha, sounds like if i turn the fans in my Mac Pro up to 3000 RPM.  They're INSANELY loud.  Clearing for takeoff.   They normally run at 1000 and are nice and quiet.  2 120mm? fans right behind the front grille.


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