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Onkyo TX-SR674 HEAT

by chrisss72 / September 24, 2007 12:16 AM PDT

I just bought and installed a Onkyo TX-SR674. I have about 1.5 inches of clearence from the the top shelf which is glass. The botttom shelf has an additional inch. Will heat effect the preformance and life of my new reciever?

Thanks

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MORE VENTILATION WOULD INCREASE ITS LIFESPAN!!!
by Riverledge / September 24, 2007 8:22 AM PDT
In reply to: Onkyo TX-SR674 HEAT

AMPs and A/V/R's require a good amount of ventilation, to keep them cool. ALWAYS err on the side of precaution. Add a small fan if necessary.


Best wishes,

Riverledge.

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by chrisss72 / September 25, 2007 11:32 PM PDT

Any idea on what type of fan? Is there a fan that could plug into the receiver its self?

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by jonnybones / September 30, 2007 9:17 AM PDT
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If you can find an old cell-phone charger or ac adapter for some radio your aren't using that outputs 12 volts, you can buy an ordinary computer fan (typically 80mm or if you want it really quiet go for a 120mm size) and the plug will power it. You may have to add in a switch which can be found at any local hardware store since I don't think the 605's have power outlets in back. Then you can mount it wherever it would work the best. My old stereo receiver, which fortunately had an outlet, burned me once so I cut a hole in the side and put a fan on it like I described above. It never burned me again.

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