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My Hypex NC400 chassis
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Old 16th July 2012, 12:22 AM   #1
Seungyun Lee is offline Seungyun Lee  South Korea
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Default My Hypex NC400 chassis

Recently, I have built a chassis for NC400 mono block. It looks too much enough for two modules but I believe that in any case the sufficient space is required for amplifier in order to create better sound

One courisity, when I running this gear I found a quite high temperature for both a heat sink in SMPS600 module and transformer in NC400 module. Of course it works well but I'm just worrying for this high temperature.
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