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I have an open air cabinet and just put a T9 on top of a Denon AVR-X6300H. It is running in AUTO MODE with the ALARM temp set at 90 and the set temp at 85. Are these good temp numbers or are they way too conservative? I felt like the Denon was very hot and it being my first one I didn't know if they ran hot so I bought the T9. At the same time I am a little leery of this sitting right on top of my receiver and itself adding to the problem!
Any thoughts or experiences would be greatly appreciated!
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I have an open air cabinet and just put a T9 on top of a Denon AVR-X6300H. It is running in AUTO MODE with the ALARM temp set at 90 and the set temp at 85. Are these good temp numbers or are they way too conservative? I felt like the Denon was very hot and it being my first one I didn't know if they ran hot so I bought the T9. At the same time I am a little leery of this sitting right on top of my receiver and itself adding to the problem!
Any thoughts or experiences would be greatly appreciated!
Run it on the lowest fan setting, that's what I do. It's basically silent and it'll provide a continuous benefit of keeping your AVR nice and cool.

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Finally bought a t8. Was waiting on it for some reason like that would make the cost smaller some how. It'll be here in about a week. I can't wait to test it out. I have had a standing, oscillating fan pointed at my rack from outside my AV closet for a couple months and it is ridiculous. This should be a great improvement.
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I have an open air cabinet and just put a T9 on top of a Denon AVR-X6300H. It is running in AUTO MODE with the ALARM temp set at 90 and the set temp at 85. Are these good temp numbers or are they way too conservative? I felt like the Denon was very hot and it being my first one I didn't know if they ran hot so I bought the T9. At the same time I am a little leery of this sitting right on top of my receiver and itself adding to the problem!
Any thoughts or experiences would be greatly appreciated!
I have my t8's sitting on top of my parasound amps set to 96 degrees. It keeps them at about 89-90 in auto mode in my closed door open back cabinet. Seems to keep the amps happy with the doors closed which makes my wife happy.

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