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Having seen the non ventilated " entertainment centers " some people jam A / V gear in, I've always suspected most failures are from overheating. And the fan should last a long time. It doesn't hurt to be on the safe side IMO.

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Got the new 4520CI in today



Had this firmware:

9/9/2013 (3325-3843-4485)

So I had to download this one:

2/19/2014 (3525-8853-5475)

Guess this was built between 9/9/13 and 2/18/14
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Nice unit.


Like Craig the fans cannot hurt only help.

I built my fan controller just over 9 years ago. It's been retrofitted into 3 cabinets with 2 sets of fans so far. Back when I built mine cooling options were small and expensive. So computer fans, computer fan controller with temp sensors, and a external hard drive case to power it was cheaper.

If I need to redo it I would choose the AC infinity stuff. I bought 2 of the 120mm plates to dress off my new entertainment cabinet but liked the silent x fans better.

My Denon triggers my Belkin Surge protector switched outlets, which turns on my fans and inuke amp.

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I figure when those two fans and temp sensor come in, Ill figure out where the warmest area is and set em there.

I never noticed the bottom fans run on my old 4520ci, must have to get hot for them to work.

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I added a 120mm exhaust fan to the upper back corner of my cabinet a couple years ago, powered off the 12V trigger out from my AVR. The 3312 has two 12V outs... one triggers the power amp and the other the cooling fan. I use an Enermax "TB Silence" (part no UCTB12) as it was the quietest fan I could find based on its db rating, low rpm and adequate airflow. The fan's power draw was rated at 150ma, which should be low enough for the 12V trigger out, but I added a small resistor in series as well, which reduces the power draw somewhat as well as slow the fan even more. When there is nothing playing the sound of the fan is barely audible a few feet away from the cabinet. I bought a couple spare fans for future use, and also picked up a 12V splitter from Emotiva... essentially a DC hub, with one 12V trigger input and four trigger outputs, in case I may want to add more fans at some later date. As you said, fans can only help.

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Question. I noticed after I ran XT32, my display speakers were still activated and cranked up pretty good from when I was changing things out. I am assuming when Audyssey runs and sends the test tones out that is strictly from the speaker terminals on the bacl, nothing was getting passed via HDMI to the display? Affecting the cal?

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Question. I noticed after I ran XT32, my display speakers were still activated and cranked up pretty good from when I was changing things out. I am assuming when Audyssey runs and sends the test tones out that is strictly from the speaker terminals on the bacl, nothing was getting passed via HDMI to the display? Affecting the cal?
I'm almost positive it's only terminals and pre outs.
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It doesn't make any sense that it would output thru the HDMI Monitor 1 output to the display, but it made me think for a second LOL.

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WoW!! I'm surprised that A4L still have 4520's in stock. Especially new ones. I got my refurb 4520 from them last Summer and have been very pleased with it. Hopefully I never need to use the five year warranty I purchased with it.

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Yep, I was surprised to see it and jumped on it.

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Got the new 4520CI in today

Had this firmware:

9/9/2013 (3325-3843-4485)

So I had to download this one:

2/19/2014 (3525-8853-5475)

Guess this was built between 9/9/13 and 2/18/14
My fans are coming in today (ordered the ones on Amazon since it was more affordable than the ebay ones and good for this experiment) and my receivers in tomorrow.

Looks like we're on similar time frames.
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My fans are coming in today (ordered the ones on Amazon since it was more affordable than the ebay ones and good for this experiment) and my receivers in tomorrow.

Looks like we're on similar time frames.
What, pray tell me, were you thinking when you chose that user name?

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