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So a fan that blows out of the back? Genius!

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well that was quick. didnt even have time to get my guess in.

seems like a pretty nice amp

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So a fan that blows out of the back? Genius!

the fan doesn't appear to "blow out of the back" at all. I love when people make smart ass comments and then make themselves look dumb in the process :D "Genius". lol


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Hey Steve was wondering if I sent you my Banda 7k if you could do some legit amp clamps/testing on it. I live in Indiana were slamology is held and a lot of local shows. There have been some arguments about testing these full bridge amps and clamping methods. A lot of organizations are banning these amps or moving them to the ultimate class because they don't know how to properly amp clamp . Also think would be a cool video for amp test Tuesday . Thanks for your time Robert

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Hey Steve was wondering if I sent you my Banda 7k if you could do some legit amp clamps/testing on it. I live in Indiana were slamology is held and a lot of local shows. There have been some arguments about testing these full bridge amps and clamping methods. A lot of organizations are banning these amps or moving them to the ultimate class because they don't know how to properly amp clamp . Also think would be a cool video for amp test Tuesday . Thanks for your time Robert

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So a fan that blows out of the back? Genius!

the fan doesn't appear to "blow out of the back" at all. I love when people make smart ass comments and then make themselves look dumb in the process :D "Genius". lol

Pardon my ignorance I suppose. But is the fan not facing the back of the amp? Are you saying it just moves air around inside the amp, versus actually blowing out the back and pulling cool air in the sides? If that's the case, wouldn't it make more sense to have the fan facing ANY other way?

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So a fan that blows out of the back? Genius!

the fan doesn't appear to "blow out of the back" at all. I love when people make smart ass comments and then make themselves look dumb in the process :D "Genius". lol

Pardon my ignorance I suppose. But is the fan not facing the back of the amp? Are you saying it just moves air around inside the amp, versus actually blowing out the back and pulling cool air in the sides? If that's the case, wouldn't it make more sense to have the fan facing ANY other way?

it looks to me like it is blowing air down on something that the manufacturer thinks is important.... just like a cpu cooler on a computer except in this case there is no case fan helping pull more air into the case.... I really would like to know what would be connected to a heat sink under this fan

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Hey Steve was wondering if I sent you my Banda 7k if you could do some legit amp clamps/testing on it. I live in Indiana were slamology is held and a lot of local shows. There have been some arguments about testing these full bridge amps and clamping methods. A lot of organizations are banning these amps or moving them to the ultimate class because they don't know how to properly amp clamp . Also think would be a cool video for amp test Tuesday . Thanks for your time Robert

So a fan that blows out of the back? Genius!

the fan doesn't appear to "blow out of the back" at all. I love when people make smart ass comments and then make themselves look dumb in the process :D "Genius". lol

Pardon my ignorance I suppose. But is the fan not facing the back of the amp? Are you saying it just moves air around inside the amp, versus actually blowing out the back and pulling cool air in the sides? If that's the case, wouldn't it make more sense to have the fan facing ANY other way?

it is blowing on something but is not blowing outside of the amp at all. The vent holes on the rear cover don't even line up. So yes, i pardon your ignorance, this time. :)

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