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Old 10-22-2013, 04:24 PM
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Boat: 1998 Ski Nautique
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One thing that hasn't been mentioned is cooling. Make sure you have a way to exhaust whatever enclosure houses your components. Even if you have them stored remotely, be sure they can breath. A/V receivers and satellite receivers put off a lot of heat. Don't get me started on Playstation 3s. I have two a/c powered fans on an IR plug that is turned on and off with my Logitech Harmony remote. I also have a component fan that pulls the hot air right off the A/V receiver and feeds it to the exhaust fans. They are all quiet and I don't doubt that they have extended the life of my components.
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