I purchased my power strip at the local Fry's electronics. You might check Best buys,as they may carry it also.
Not as easy as you make it sound...can't find the utube video, hardest part seems to be separating the stock fan from the fan shroud, once that's done, it seems straight forward, don't want to break off the plastic attachers that hold the original fan to the shroud...I want to be able to re-attach the stock fan if I need warranty work, so I need to remove the stock fan and attach the new fan via the 2 pin connector
Thanks for the link to the fan at digikey, that fan has only 19 db and moves a small amount of air, I can't seem to get the CFM or the db factor on the Redd fan that's stock on this unit, I don't want to under-cool it if I'm driving the amp hard. I ordered a fan that pushes 50 CFM, dba is 40, I'll report back as to how that fan works.
Success! Removed the stock fan and replaced it with this: http://www.digikey.com/product-search/en?x=0&y=0&lang=en&site=us&KeyWords=p14753-nd .The stock fan apparently pushed about 37 CFM so I wanted the replacement to blow at least that much air, and still be virtually silent, this one pushes 41.3 CFM and the noise level is only 30 dba, I have to put my ear up to the vents to make sure it's running and it's keeping the amp COOL! Thanks for all your help, forum guys...Hardest part was finding a 2 pin adapter to connect to the circuit board, snipped off the fan wires and 2 pin adapter from an old cell phone battery and spliced it on to the bare wires on the Digikey fan, perfect solution! Kept the stock fan intact in case I need service under warranty, I can just replace the mod fan with the stock fan before I send it in for repairs, if that even happens.