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So I got my fp10kq yesterday and as you can probably guess, the fans need to go... So for the 60 mm fans are the resisters only used to quiet the fans more than they already are ? I have my 80 mm fans and was going to order my 60's but wanted to check about the resisters.
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So I got my fp10kq yesterday and as you can probably guess, the fans need to go... So for the 60 mm fans are the resisters only used to quiet the fans more than they already are ? I have my 80 mm fans and was going to order my 60's but wanted to check about the resisters.
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Resistors are needed to drop the noise level further.
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Resistors are needed to drop the noise level further.
So they are optional?
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So they are optional?
Not if you want it quiet
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Not if you want it quiet
So it just goes inline on positive ? Side going to the 60mm fans ?
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Anything less than a fully automated system for testing this amps is not very advisable. If I ever get one of these I could do a automated unloaded test with pretty graphs on a AP system. I still lack a proper reactive load for load testing such as the AudioGraph Power Cube. You guys are getting me worried about setting up your own testing scheme. Please be careful.
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Does anyone have a service manual for the FP+10000Q?
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