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    Powering Fans in an iso-box

    Hi,

    I'm designing a iso box for a friend ...
    http://www.trudyholler.com/cd2/studio_design/

    ....and need to determine how to power the 4 - 120mm fans that will be in the box.

    Has anyone done this? Any ideas?
    Radioshack transformer maybe?

    Thanks,

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    Re: Powering Fans in an iso-box

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve_Karl

    Radioshack transformer maybe?

    Thanks,

    Could do that.

    Or do you have an old AT computer power supply in the basement?

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    Re: Powering Fans in an iso-box

    Quote Originally Posted by lallis
    Could do that.

    Or do you have an old AT computer power supply in the basement?
    AHHHH! Yes.
    I actually have a couple of old 386 boxes which probably have no fans in the PS, which would be ideal. Less noise and all.
    Thanks for the thought!

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