Stacking

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by jGrahamD, May 21, 2002.

  1. jGrahamD

    jGrahamD
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    I'm thinking of getting a surround receiver, but have little room to put it. This means stacking it with other units. I have an NTL box which gets extremely hot (known issue), so I daren't put anything on top of that. The trouble is, the manuals for most receivers state that you shouldn't stack other components on top of them. I do remember seeing one model which could be stacked, but now I can't remember who made it. Does anyone have any thoughts about this?
     
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    Hi

    I´m a staunch anti stacker!!

    Amps/receivers can get quite warm so need good ventilation, how about an AV Rack to put all the kit in? It´ll keep everything tidy and still have good ventilation, look smart as well.

    cheers
     

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