Design plans? This is me we’re talking about!! All done on the flyAll that worrying and you've fixed it in a couple of hours
PS - please post design plans
Not at the moment, the design allows the air to move freely within the box, exhausting to the sides and rears.no worries about heat build up with the front closed in?
Again, not at the moment, I don’t think it needs fans as I can feel the warm air being pushed out of the sides if I put my hand against the “exit”. I need to run a longer test, I only used it for 25 minutes or so, but the fans didn’t ramp up any higher and the projector felt pretty cool to touch afterwards.I’d be really keen to understand that design too. Do you have fans built into hush box to keep air moving through?
Exactly this mate. Difference is HUGE and only has a small amount of absorption in the box at the moment. Will add more tonight (when I get some more) and need to make a couple of minor adjustments over the weekend for a more finished article.Guessing you are sealing as good as possible then diverting the air around to a rear exit then lining the box with sound proofing ?
Well I guess I'm asking, what is the layout of what you ended up building. We can see the front - is there a flat top and bottom, or is there no top? and what about the back? And also, what insulation or foam did you put inside.Design plans? This is me we’re talking about!! All done on the fly
I’d be really interested too!Well I guess I'm asking, what is the layout of what you ended up building. We can see the front - is there a flat top and bottom, or is there no top? and what about the back? And also, what insulation or foam did you put inside.
The front looks roughly how I imagine I'll build mine.
Yeah I’ve been thinking about one of these fans.@mb3195 if you did feel you needed some more forced air to ensure the bulb / projector is kept cooler, I would recommend using a Noctua NF-A12x25. Based on my experience in amps with this manufacturer of fans, they run almost silent ( or at least quieter that your projector ) and would help keep what is a very expensive bit of kit cooler. With a little bit of work you could add a logic board and thermostat to get it to kickin at a certain temp. However, simple is usually best, so. would have it on all the time.
To be honest, I don't know the answer and I'm currently sitting with pieces of paper planning my room build which isn't easy when the baby is seeking attention. I'd suggest emailing the manufacturer. I did with a query I had and they came back the following day with a solution for me !!No idea, an older post on avs states it supplies a constant signal until the projector switches off.
That would be very simple, electrics and electronics aren’t my strongest point……
So, 12v trigger cable, the other end cut off spliced into a positive and negative, wired directly into a fan.
Could they be daisy chained?