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Old 24th April 2010, 10:26 PM   #1
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Default Case for a PASS amplifier

Hey Guys,

I had built this case for a Pass project many years ago (I think about 12 years ago). I dont think I will ever get around to it.

What do you think its value would be (I will probably list it on ebay or sell it someone here).

I remember paying through the nose for those heatsinks from Thermalloy.

The heatsinks are rated at 0.7degC/watt/3inches. The case hase a total of 24 inches of heatsink. So the case case can dissipate ~300watts for a 25degree temp rise.

The dimensions are (approximately):

Outside: 6.25(high) x 14 (deep) x 14.5 (wide)
Inside usable envelope" 6 high x 14 deep x 8.24 wide

Regards, Vinay
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