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my apologies for screwing up the link! here it is. when you get to the site, scroll down the left side of the page (index) until you get to the "Plug/Socket/Accessories:" section - from there find the the heading for "chassis case and heatsink" link. i've e-mailed them asking for prices...

http://www.thlaudio.com/indexE.htm


here is a direct link to the chassis page but will not allow you to get back to the main page:

http://www.thlaudio.com/casebpwrE.htm


note: corrected original post.
 

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I think pricing will be the make or break factor..


If you can pick up a broken amplifier and just use the case, might work well.. but if you have to spend some good $$.. might as well pick up a Dvine case..


Dvine 5 HTPC case


Very interesting idea though...
 

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I asked about these cases a couple of years ago for some amplifiers I was building. They're meant to house amplifiers, have heavy heatsinks and don't have the proper backplane for a pc. I don't think they have mounting holes cut for the motherboard, either. On top of that, IIRC, they're around $300 + shipping from Taiwan. Probably not a good choice for an htpc.

www.par-metal.com will do custom computer cases. If you give them the design, they can do just about anything you come up with for a reasonable price. Another advantage of par-metal is that they do computer cases, and have the template for motherboard mounts, backplanes, etc.
 
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