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up4 21st May 2003 06:20 AM

where can I buy a complete chassis with heatsink?
 
hello...
as title... who knows where can get a chassis with heatsinks on eack side ?
for Zen Amp usage... :rolleyes:

BrianGT 21st May 2003 06:25 AM

There really isn't any good off the shelf solution. You will peobably have to do it yourself. I spent a while looking before I decided to make my own, and they seem to turn out alright.

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Brian

Jan Dupont 21st May 2003 06:56 AM

Me too.
The only cabinets with heatsinks along the side that I found was from Monacor. However the price starts at app. $310.00 and I not sure that these heatsink are big enough for the Zen.

Andypairo 21st May 2003 07:01 AM

Here in Italy there is a source for such enclosures, the "pesante dissipante" series from Hifi200 (www.hifi200.it), but I think that forwarding expenses would be a little high:dead:

But of course you can take a look...

Cheers

Andrea

joensd 21st May 2003 07:09 AM

Have a look here:
http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...new+adventures
Thats the case you can buy from Monacor or Fischer Elektronik.
I bought it from Schuro .
Cost 140 but I cant remember the C/W-value.
Will look it up later.

Monacor
Fischer Elektronik

Jens

up4 22nd May 2003 01:29 AM

thanks all you guys !
I love that German case ... but the shipping cost would kill me I guess... :rolleyes:

thanks again ;)

Remy 22nd May 2003 01:39 AM

Hi,

You can try here too:

http://www.thlaudio.com/indexE.htm(Plug/Socket/Accessories, chassis case)
http://www.thlaudio.com/casebpwrE.htm

Rmy

joensd 22nd May 2003 12:09 PM

Quote:

I love that German case ... but the shipping cost would kill me I guess...

I like it too (well, I bought it) but still 140 is a lot money.
For lets say 100 you can get the nicest and biggest heatsinks.
You just have to do the rest of the case...:bigeyes:
Im not good at making chassis but Id never buy a finished case again.
Its just not the same looking at some manufactured case or a complete DIY one.
Take a look at the gallery at Passlabs and youll know what I mean.

Jens


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