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davidlexington 6th March 2006 06:27 AM

liquid cooling?
 
has anyone attempted to use a liquid cooling system, like in computers for heat sinks?

GRollins 6th March 2006 01:31 PM

There have been dozens of threads on this. As far as I know, I started the first one, reporting on a water cooling system for my Aleph 2s.

Grey

davidlexington 6th March 2006 08:34 PM

how does it work?
does it have to maintian a certian temp to sound good.
and what about the pump any noise or interferance?

b-square 6th March 2006 08:54 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by davidlexington
how does it work?
does it have to maintian a certian temp to sound good.
and what about the pump any noise or interferance?

david,

that was a gentle hint from grey to use the search feature on the site to find the previous threads on the topic.


bb

Netlist 6th March 2006 08:55 PM

There seems to be a relation between temperature of the amp and the sound. The AlephX I build does sound better after say half an hour to an hour, when warmed up.
I see the advantage of water cooling in the fact that you can save on heatsinks but you can't eliminate them.
Like Grey suggested, do use the search engine, you will find tons of useful info.

/Hugo


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