cooling fan for superlead IDEAS?

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cooling fan for superlead IDEAS?

Post by awangotango » Sat Mar 23, 2019 8:05 pm

did a search for the topic, not much relevant came up

some suyggest 12 v. powered by a 12v DC outobard walwart

but ideally i'd prefer a 120v fan that I can simple wire into my incoming 120v. Couldnt one wire one leg of fan to ground and teh to other to either power switch or power recpeticle on back of amp and each time amp turns on, so does fan? this may add a bit of noise but i wouldnt mind a bit as long as its not feedback ro interference etc....

one last idea i read was a 120 V ac to 12 VDC converter. mayber taht could be wired in the cab some where and i'd use the more common 12 V dc computer fan?

btw, the fan will be set to draw heat out of amp caseing, not blow fresh air in...

thanks for any ideas..

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Re: cooling fan for superlead IDEAS?

Post by Roe » Thu Mar 28, 2019 11:09 am

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Re: cooling fan for superlead IDEAS?

Post by crumb » Sat Sep 21, 2019 9:49 pm

let it run hot, they sound better.

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