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Old 4th March 2009, 02:25 PM   #1
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Default Ventilation Q

So, I'm trying to conclude a custom cabinet project that will be host to several amplifiers. Power consumption amounts to about 2,000 watts in a relatively small cabinet with solid doors, so forced ventillation is a must.

My question is how much of a temperature differential should I be shooting for? This is a factor in establishing air flow requirements.

Ambient temps inside the house in the summer can hit 82.

The amps are a mix of solid state and tube.
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