The fan system is ultra quiet and requires minimal noise. An on board processor provides a read-out of the temperatures in the cabinets. The programming includes thermostat control, fan speed control, and energy saving mode. The dimensions are 6.3 x 6.3 x 1.3 in. Airflow: 52 CFM, noise: 18 dBA, and Bearings: dual ball.
👤I needed a mini-fridge under the bathroom sink to keep my medicines cool. The space was heating to 100F and struggling to hold the internal temperature despite 2 x 4" passive vents. The issue has been fixed by installing this unit. It has a large vent with options to daisy-chain others. The control unit and fan look like they are made of brushed metal. The controls are easy to understand and can be used in 3 different ways: on, auto and smart, and an over-temp alarm setting mode. The display can be switched off, or the temperature can be changed for deg C or F. There is an option to set the alarm point. Set and forget. The smart mode steps the fan down by 4 steps as you approach the temperature, to run it quietly when close to the set-point. Great job vendor. Really nice product.
👤I installed a fantastic cooling fan after receiving it. I have a Denon amplifier in a narrow entertainment center with 5.1 Klipsch Signature Series speakers. When cranking the volume for 6-7 minutes, I had to decrease it because the amplifier got 101 degrees without the fan on, even with the cabinet doors open. The fan was mounted directly under the vents blowing the air through the amplifier, which powered it up quickly. Even though the cabinet doors were closed, the fan decreased the temp to a steady 84 degrees. The fan will run to drop the temp 2 to 4 degrees lower before shutting off if you set it in a certain way. I'm happy. Electronics are destroyed in no time. The fan was $50 and took 20 minutes to install. The quality is excellent. The module is easy to read. It's been over an hour and a half and the temperature is still reading steady at 84 degrees. This product is very good.
👤The new Xbox X runs hotter than the S version. The media center had no fan and the temperature inside was going over 125 degrees. The temperature gets even hotter when you run a 4k game. The temperatures were more manageable with this single fan and cracking the front door. In the 80s, it was smart mode. It would get hotter if you played 4k. The temp inside the house has to be taken into account. 70 temp. I added a second fan and the temperatures are great. When pushing the system in 4k, it was mid 70s. I measured the exit fan temps for the Xbox one with a laser gun. The media center is getting a lot of heat out of it. Its product quality is top notch. I bought another setup for the modem on the other side of the media center because it was so good. That is running at 73 with a single fan. Highly recommended.
👤The value for money is great. The thermostat controller has a nice metal finish and the frame for the fan is also nice. The templates made it easy to mount. I put the fan on top of the receiver. I was not getting enough temperature reduction. Instead, I mounted the fan into the bottom of the shelf where my receiver is, and reversed the flow of the fan. Cool air comes from underneath the shelf into the receiver. This way, the cool air can travel through the receiver and out of the top of the receiver. It worked out well. The temperature never went above 87 degrees while I was cranking my receiver. The receiver has a thermal shut off of around 105. The backlight goes off after about 5 seconds. Put it in "off" mode and then hold the up button for 5 seconds to keep it on. Hold the down button to turn off the backlight. The fan is quiet and the "smart" mode works well, increasing the fan speed as temperatures climb. I have not heard any fan noise. I wanted the display to be visible all of the time, but it is incredibly bright. I put a blue colored gel sheet on top of the display. The cover was popped back on. The dark blue tint on the display doesn't stand out as much as it could if you were watching a movie. See photo. It would be great if the manufacturer could add a contrast or brightness setting to the display so that it could be turned off with the controls.
The fan is 1 in. Airflow: 52 CFM, noise: 18 dBA, and Bearings: dual ball. A fan system that requires minimal noise is designed for cooling cabinets. A multi-speed controller is used to set the fan's speed. A modern brushed black finish is contained in the frame. The included Turbo Adapter increases performance by 25%. The dimensions are 11.7 x 6.1 x 1.3 in. The total airflow is 104 CFM and the total noise is 19 dBA. The dimensions are 11.7 x 6.1 x 1.3 in. The total airflow is 104 CFM and the total noise is 19 dBA.
👤The entertainment cabinet has fans that keep it cool, but the noise it makes is annoying. I tried a lot of things to get it to stop. It still annoyed me a year later. I have been contacted by AC Infinity who are resolving the issue after I posted this review. I am starting to like this product and company. The issue may affect the star rating. The replacement was returned along with the return shipping label. It is nice and quiet after installation. The first unit I put up with for over a year must have been damaged. The review was bumped up to a 5 star for good customer service and a good product.
👤Great product. Quiet operation. It seems well built. I put a vent in the door of my small vocal booth to draw in fresh air. There is a fan on the wall. I put the speed switch inside the booth. Quiet operation is important since this is a recording studio. I put a vent grill inside the booth and mounted the fan on the outer wall. The noise floor in the booth is 30 decibels. It's 32dB on low, 34dB on medium, and 36dB on high with the fan running. If I lightly rub my hands together, it will double the sound pressure level of the background noise in the room while the fan is set to medium. I think studio people will find these numbers useful, and normal people will understand my comparisons. I can exchange all the air in my booth every 115 seconds, keep my noise-floor nice and low, and make my vocalists happy.
👤This is my third product. I have previously purchased two ac exhaust fans which are great and still in use a year later. My purchase was the dual fan wallplate/airplate with the switch non-controller version. My application is to pull cool air from the room into a 3x3 to keep the inside plants at optimal temperatures. I want to get several degrees lower in flower than in the inside so that I can have a realistic fall harvest. Why did I need it? I use anLED that is too big for the space and puts off a bit of heat into a small space. I was having difficulty in my small space in calling in the temp. Over the years, I have purchased fans from a number of big box retailers. Some are still used, some are recycled or returned. I went ahead and tried fan after fan propped against the side of the tent with the flap open to force the cool air in. The inexpensive Amazon basic floor fan pushes a lot of air. The method adds noise and light to the tent. This is a problem and will result in confused plants or worse. I am still lazy and seek the cheapest way, but I have been very pleased with my other ac infinity products, and taking a flyer on this dual fan air was an easy decision. This fits my 3x3 bottom vent very well. I did not have to use the included screws or zip ties. How snug is it? Even perfect. I cut the mess in my tent with a box cutter and pushed the plate into place. This took some elbow grease, but once I got it in, I thought it was the middle cup of porridge. I am able to keep my home's air set to 70 and allow for fresh air to enter the airplate and force the hot air out of the top. My ac outtake fan is pulling the hot air set on low with a controller and an oversized filter from another company to keep the smell out of this spare bedroom. Some pictures were added. I thought the non-controller version of the dual fan airplate would be too much for my two other intake/outtake fans with the controllers. There is a small switch on the airplate. Off, low, medium and high. It pushes air into the tent to keep the perfect temperature. I was surprised that the airplate was able to push as much air as it can. It would have been better if it had a smart app controlled outlet to turn off and on. White was not available. Hope this helped some people. Thank you for your kind words.
Can be powered by an Outlet or ausb wall adapter. A fan system that requires minimal noise is designed for cooling cabinets. The programming adjusts cooling power when temperatures change. There is a display with an alarm system, display lock, six fan speeds, two buffer options, and memory. A brushed black finish is on the aluminum frames of the fan and controller. The dimensions are: 17 x 6.1 x 1.3 in. Airflow: 156 CFM, noise: 21 dBA, and Bearings: dual ball.
👤A 7ft audio-video equipment rack holding amplifier and networking equipment was purchased to exhaust heat building up in a 5ft x 5ft x 10ft closet. The 3-fan system is 19" wide. We built a housing for it and mounted it in the center of the closet door, because it wouldn't fit between the wall studs. We used a cold air return vent in the room. The 156 cfm specification is a perfect match for the room's size, as the closet is around 200 square feet. We're able to keep a safe temperature while being cost-effective and quiet by using the hot air in the adjacent room.
👤I have been using these fans and controllers for about 5 months, and they have performed well. I'm happy with the setup. I bought these to help cool my computer, which is located in a desk with a built in computer cabinet. The desk design doesn't allow for air flow to the computer, and this setup was used in combination with a couple of other computer and desk modifications. The packaging made my first impression of the product. The box for the fans and controller was shipped within another box with padding so that it wouldn't disrupt the transport of the products. After opening the package, the products are neatly organized and include additional packing material that is securely placed so they can not shift with handling. The brushed metal finish is amazing. The installation was easy, the fan assembly and digital control unit have plastic templates included, which make it easier to drill and cut. There are wood screws and bolt and nut fasteners to use, depending on the method of installation. The wiring for my installation was long, but it allowed for different mounting configurations. I only needed command hooks to hold the wiring in place to clean up the interior appearance. In the "Smart" mode, I leave my unit on 24/7. The backlight can be set to turn off after a few seconds, or it can be on all the time. The fans are quiet and can run full speed, they aren't noticeable. This is a set that can be used to make a product.
👤The product is of good quality. The specifications are overstated. Each fan moves 52 CFM per second when a three fan unit moves 156 CFM. The fan would move a 10 foot column of air every second at a cross section of 2 inch. The movement is less than a foot per second. The fans are overpriced. It is shocking that no one is catching this false advertisement and that Amazon allows the manufacturer to sell the product.
👤After searching the internet for a solution to make my own fan array for my office networking gear, I hid it in a nice little cabinet which was getting way too hot. I found this T9 setup and I was happy. It is a nicely built product that is not cheap. It was easy to install and the guides for cutting out were spot on. There are no problems with the power and wiring. The sticker mount for the temperature probe is useful, but I am still deciding on where to trunk all the wiring. It works very well on auto/smart and at the one bar speed level it is whisper quiet and you can't notice it. I mounted two T9's as I plan to put a UPS in the other side, but just waiting for the sound proof. When I turned the power off and back on, it kept temperature settings and mode. Only one quality disappointment. (). The T9 fan array comes with four wood screws, but in my T9 boxes for the fan controller unit they were missing. The nuts and bolts were fine, but the inside of the cabinet looks a little ugly. It is a great product that does its job.
Easy care. Please do not bleach laundry detergents, they should be mild. If necessary, iron at a low temperature. The fan is designed to cool electronics. A multi-speed controller is used to set the fan's speed. The fans can be laid flat or stand upright with dual-ball bearings. The fan can be powered through an AC outlet with the help of the power adapter. The dimensions are 1 in. The total airflow is 130 CFM, the total noise is 19 dBA, and the bearings are dual ball.
👤This was the most satisfying purchase of the year. The fans are built to last. It was powerful enough to keep my amplifier cool. You can daisy chain multiple fans to a single power supply. The only thing I have to say is that the speed switch might affect the life of the fan. If the fans have any problems, I will do a follow-up. This is the best purchase of the year so far. If this was helpful, please give me a thumbs up.
👤Powerful computer style fans. I needed something to help cool my old PS3 cabinet, and this is what I got. There are 3 speed settings. I keep it on low. I don't need that much power. I bought a version of the multifan that has an overclocked AC adaptor. It makes the fans run faster if they are plugged into a standard port. Go fig. I didn't think it was that powerful. It's always quiet, no matter what speed you choose. You can't hear it in the room. The switch controls both fans. There is no independent control. The fans can be turned off with the switch. You can daisy-chain multiple fans from this brand. This set is wired with a female connection for another set. All fans would be controlled at the same time by the fan switch control. The cable length between the 2 fans is 44 inches. There is a 6 ft cable between the fans and the splitter. The rubber feet can be removed. You have to remove the screw from the rubber before you can remove the fans. The fan grills are also removed when you remove the rubber feet. The fans can be removed on both sides. You can replace the grills with something else if you don't like them. The covers/grills on these are standard 120mm. The fan power cord can be re-located. There is a little wiggle room for that. It is about 5 inches wide by 5 inches tall. The fan is thick. The grills and rubber feet add half an inch. For more detail, see the images. The fans are 120mm and have a thick grill. The two wire fans have a black ground and red power cord. My temperature in the cabinet goes from 81 degrees to 73-75 depending on the day. It does a great job of keeping things almost at room temp, just on low power. For another application, I bought a 120mm AC fan. If you are planning on daisy chaining more fans, the fan/controller with it's wire/speed control closets to the outlet controls all later connections. What does this mean? All subsequent fans can only go to Medium if your first fan is set to Medium. I had to set the first fan to high and the second fan to medium for my needs. It's a small issue since it'susb connections. You can always get ausb outlet adapters to get around the issue. I had a feeling that something happened and there was no star deduction.
The 1U rack space is 19" x 1.75" x 2. A number. Silent fans. Silent cooling is required in some applications. Good air flow with no noise. The fan controller starts and stops the system at the user defined set point. You can choose from Intake or Exhaust. If needed, fans can be flipped over. Free 2 day shipping and a 3 year warranty built in the USA.
👤To cool the ATEM Studio HD. I added a light with an light source.
👤The first unit I bought from them worked perfectly.
The dimensions are 11.7 x 6.1 x 1.3 in. Airflow: 104 CFM, noise: 19 dBA, and Bearings: dual ball. A fan system that requires minimal noise is designed for cooling cabinets. A multi-speed controller is used to set the fan's speed. A modern brushed black finish is contained in the frame. The included Turbo Adapter increases performance by 25%. The dimensions are 4.5 x 1.3 in. The total airflow is 52 CFM and the total noise is 18 dBa. The dimensions are 4.5 x 1.3 in. The total airflow is 52 CFM and the total noise is 18 dBa.
👤I bought this because my first PS4 is loud. It will be worth it if it can help enough. The fans were flipped as exhaust. The PS4 is blowing out the back and drawing fresh air in from the open front end, which is exhausting the heat. I allowed the playstation to be off for 24 hours prior to testing. It raises temperatures realllll quick after playing a full hour of COD online. I took 3 pictures as soon as I turned it on. The numbers speak for themselves. The fans on H were used to take these pictures. Nothing is perfect. If I had to complain about something, I would like the template to be made in the USA. I folded the template in half and lined the mounting holes together to make it perfect. It makes it easy to line up where you are installing it.
👤I ordered several of these for my cabinets. They fit in the bottom of the A/V Cabinets after I removed the plastic louvers. To make sure they wouldn't slip through the opening, I put metal plates at each end of the opening and used Silicon Cement to create a gasket. You can plug into any AC outlet with the standard AC plug and the AC plug that is standard. You can set the settings of "H" for high speed, "M" for medium speed, or "L" for low speed after you setup and plug in. They are not very powerful on high speed and have a loud "hum" that can be heard through the entire cabinet. They are less expensive than the ones that come built into the unit. The Airplate S5 has a total airflow of 52 cmf, total noise of 18 decibels, and dual ball bearings. The Salamander SA/BVAC Bottom Vent with Active Cooling unit has a noise level of 22dBA and has a price of $249. The Airplate S5 is an add-on and not built in, but it is one tenth of the price and has a better specification. I can live with the noise for that kind of savings.
👤I don't like reviews that don't list their use case. I have a TV stand in my home theater setup. The backs of the cabinets have an oval pass through for wires that is about 15 feet long. I have a home theater PC in one of the cabinets. It runs cool due to going over the top on the video card and processor, but still adds some heat to the cabinet, which is 15 degrees above ambient. The cabinet on the 2nd shelf is very hot when the XBOX One S is running. It is concerning though there are no failures. This fan was the solution. The installation is straight forward. The install was easy because of the cutting template. I used my Dremel to cut the hole and left the template in place when I drilled my 4 holes. The unit popped right in. The packaging for the product was nicer than expected. Quality is presentable. I might consider the temp controller in the future. The unit is very quiet on the power. I didn't think the wall plug was necessary for my application and I didn't use my PC to power the fan. A nice quality product. I just installed it and haven't put it through its paces yet, but it appears this will be a good product. I will use it for a few days.
The dimensions are 5.8 x 2.0 x 4.7 in. A dual fan system that requires minimal noise is designed for cooling cabinets. An on-board processor provides a digital read-out of the cabinet's temperatures. The programming includes thermostat control, fan speed control, and energy saving mode. Two fan units with controller, containing aluminum frames with a brushed black finish. Each unit has a dimensions of 6.3 x 6.3 x 1.3 in.
👤The hardest part was cutting the holes. The templates for cutting are perfect. I tried every tool in the garage until I found the easiest, a rotoZIP. The fad tool from the 90's had to be used 5 times. It's more than payed for itself every time I use it. I remembered the tool after a long time. It was easy to cut the holes after that. The holes for the actual fans were cut slightly larger than the template to prevent noise. I traced the line on the template. It is easy to wire. I bought a fan system. The fans are one way and you have to disassemble one of them. I checked the air flow before I did that because it was already set up as an intake and exhaust. It works like a champ now that it's in.
👤The fans help keep the cabinet cool. I have a second set of cabinets in the works. The fan may cycle around your set temp too frequently in "Smart" mode. The fans kick on and off when the temp is between 78 and 80F, because they aren't silent and I set my controller to 80F. When the fans are on, the temp is usually high enough to keep them running, but when they're not, there's just enough heat to make the fans cycle constantly. If you're not watching TV in the living room, this is annoying. The solution is to stick with it. The fans come on at 80F and then turn off at 76F or 78F depending on how you set the interval, so they don't cycle as frequently. This is the best setting to use if you're sensitive to the noise of the fans.
👤My attempts at installation were not very good, I marred the surface around the control plate until I thought to tape off and the surrounding area to avoid such nicks. I don't think that's a problem with the product, just the installation, it's just the noise that the lowest speed fan makes, if it clicks on during a movie, it's something that can bother you if you're into the movie. Was hoping for better. The display is too bright on its dimmer setting to stay on full-time, so it mostly stays off unless I change it. I would have liked to see a dimme that was suitable for a home theatre setup. Minor complaints aside, I'm keeping the temps down where I want them, and can put big heat-producers in cabinets that made me nervous previously, so it does its job well.
👤I put this setup inside my desk cabinet so I could keep my two Synology NAS drives cool. The kit is very clean and well made. The DOA fan was replaced via Amazon without a problem. I'm really impressed with the 15 degree reduction in the cabinet's temperature. The slatted front of my cabinet allows for air to flow in. You can change the direction of the fan by flipping it around and reinstalling it. The only complaint I have about this product is that they should include an interior plate that mounts on the inside of the cabinet so that it looks just as clean as the outside.
The dimensions are 1 in. The total airflow is 130 CFM, the total noise is 19 dBA, and the bearings are dual ball. A quiet fan system is used for cooling equipment. Protects components from overheating. There are six speed controls, alarm alerts, and memory in the thermostat. Three dual-ball bearing blowers with PWM-controlled motors are included. The dimensions are 17 x 13.5 x 1.5 in. Exhaust: Front, Airflow: 160 CFM, noise: 24 dBA.
👤I made the best small investment for my home theater yet. I was waiting on AC Infinity to make an S10 or T10 front exhaust system since the rear exhaust wouldn't work for me with my media rack not having an open rear cabinet and I wanted to stack my BD player on top of exhaust system. At the end of last year, I saw on their website that they were coming soon. I kept an eye out for them to be released, and both systems went on sale within days of each other. I ordered the T10 as soon as it was available. This thing does a great job of keeping my Onkyo TX-RZ720 nice and cool. The upgrade price for the S10 was too high, but the digital display was worth it. Being able to see the current temp of my AVR is very useful and I like the ability to set an alarm if the unit goes over a certain temp so I know to shut it off if I need to. I have a unit with a max temp setting of 87 degrees F for max fan speed to engage on that setting and it starts the fan on low speed at 77 degrees F, and for the past week it hasn't gone over 80 degrees F. I wanted to test the temp probe and see how hot my AVR was without cooling and didn't engage the fans and ran my AVR for 6 hours the day I got this and it showed my AVR hovering at about 94 degrees F. Very impressed! I can't really hear the fan running but the display tells me that it is and I can feel the air coming out of the front exhaust vents. Trust me, if you want to prolong the life of your AVR, you should grab one of the exhaust systems, either the S or T models, or whatever exhaust application works for you. The T has more bells and whistles than the S and I don't regret the extra $20 for these upgrades, but I do want to make sure my AVR is protected from overheating as it's one of the reasons high end boards go out early.
👤When the operating temperature is lower, electronics are more reliable. TheAIRCOM products try to keep the temperature down. A temp probe and feedback to fans are two of the factors that affect air flow over electronic circuit boards. Some people have said that these are quiet units. The fans make noise at 40% maximum. The manual doesn't try to set up a full range of utilization of the fan speeds by using the best methods. Most users will end up with too low a speed or full on and not a spectrum of speeds across a reasonable temperature range. The air temp over the electronic components is a result of the circuit design of the product, the amount of power being consumed and the packaging used in these components. You can only do so much to compensate for the poor design of the amplifier. There are six settings for the fan speed. The measured temp in my case did not get any cooler than it was when the fan speed was 40%. The fans are visible above this. A bit more circuit design and the controller could have utilized a continuous variation and not incremental steps, which would have been a better solution to the noise potential. I feel that more time could have been used in suggesting the best ways to set up the AIRCOM to take advantage of it's intended use, even though these comments may appear to be negative.
The dimensions are 17 x 13.5 x 1.5 in. Exhaust: Front, Airflow: 160 CFM, noise: 24 dBA. A quiet fan system is used for cooling equipment. Protects components from overheating. There are six speed controls, alarm alerts, and memory in the thermostat. Three dual-ball bearing blowers with PWM-controlled motors are included. The dimensions are 17 x 13.5 x 1.5 in. Exhaust: Rear, Airflow: 160 CFM, noise: 24 dBA.
👤This review may be a little long. First, note a few points. The max temperature on the top of your equipment is not the same as the monitored temperature on the T units. After the equipment has been on for a while, I have found a 12 F difference. When selecting a setting temperature, keep this in mind. 2. The fans are loud. It is possible to hear the fans in a quiet room. You can hear them. I don't think anything above 3 is usable. Anything above 2 is true. 3. Since the unit sits on top of your equipment, it should never be powered off. I will never turn off the front panel display because I want to be sure the unit is on. I am using a T8 to help on a Denon X4400 which is in a location without open air. My goal is to keep the temperature somewhat lower than without the T8 and to make sure that it doesn't get too warm. The most important goals were found after a bit of experimentation. The fan speed should be kept as low as possible. When the fan speed shifts between speeds, it's very noticeable. My current settings are alarm at 100 F, setting at 91 F, sensitivity at 4 F, max fan speed at 2, and mode on SMART. The fan stays at 1 for about 4 hours at these settings. After that, the temperature is monitored and the fan starts to switch between 1 and 2 to pull the temperature down. If you listen to quiet passages or dialogue, fan speed switch is pretty audible. I am still experimenting. I wasn't sure if I was going to keep the T8 but in the end I think it's worth some work and compromise to keep the temperature stable. Your situation may be different than mine.
👤I received this today and I am impressed. The first thing I noticed was that it was heavy, which indicates that it wasn't built cheap. Everything I see is metal. I wish they didn't round off the front panel ends. It looks like it's supposed to be used on only a Marantz. The corners should have been squared off to better match the Denon. That detail is not a deal breaker. I was going to plug it into the Denon and pop it on top of it. It took just a few minutes to set it up and it dropped the temperature of my receiver in a matter of minutes. I was happy that the display can be turned on and off in 3 different ways, but it can also be shut off completely if you want. I've been looking for something like this for a long time, and when I saw this, I knew I'd buy it. I put up with the tacky clip on the fan because I know it's important to keep the electronics cool. If you like to listen to your movies at theater volume and crank your music occasionally, then the Aircom T8 is great, but if you like to get warm, then your amplifier is going to get hot, and that's bad news. The hotter something gets, the worse it's going to sound. I would recommend one of these Aircoms to anyone. They're solid quality built, easy to set up, and fill an absolute need for anyone smart enough to keep their toys cool. If you want the unit to change fan speed at a 2 degree interval instead of 4 you need to sample the temperature every second because it will go from 87 to 86. I prefer the 2 degree setting because I think 4 is stretching out how the unit should react, but I think AC Infinity should have done something like limit the temperature sample times to like every 15 seconds, or even 30 if they wanted to, instead of having the unit going back and forth, It can get annoying. I would sell this one and get the new one if they came out with a newer model that did that. After owning this for 3 years, the display is so dim you can barely read it, and that's set on high. It was bright when it was new. It must be using cheap light emitting devices. The thing is still noisy after I knocked a star off.
The dimensions are 4.5 x 1.3 in. The total airflow is 52 CFM and the total noise is 18 dBa. A fan system that requires minimal noise is designed for cooling cabinets. A multi-speed controller is used to set the fan's speed. A modern brushed black finish is contained in the frame. The included Turbo Wall Adapter increases performance by 25%. The dimensions are: 17 x 6.1 x 1.3 in. The total airflow is 156 CFM and the total noise is 21 dBA.
👤The quality turn key solution is used. I built a home made window fan after being disappointed in finding a good window fan. The air will exchange in my house in an hour. No fan noise is the best.
👤I use this in my cats' litterbox room for fresh air because it's a cooling fan for an entertainment unit. The room is about 8' x 8', and I have two of the 3-fan units in a window, with the air blowing outside. There's a two-fan unit in a different window of the room. If I put my hand in front of the cat door that leads in from the rest of the house, I can feel a breeze flowing in, so I know it's fresh and free of odors. It helps to keep the litter boxes clean. I don't hear the fans at all because of the noise in the room. It's more quiet than most computer fans. Daisy-chaining two or more fans is easy. Each fan has a male and female plug that can be plugged into a wall or into a computer.
👤This product is straight forward. It has a wired enclosure with 3 120mm fans and a male and female plug that you can plug into. I just installed it and it is what I was looking for. It looks nice. It was easy to install, which was much better than other cooling solutions I tried to build. Place the template where you want it. The lines and holes should be marked. Cut/drill. Mount. I just got a new PC that is powerful. The old cooling fan that was in the cabinet was not enough for the new PC. I have to open the cabinet door if there is a game happening. Adding this S9 to the cabinet seems to have solved the problem. The cabinet is not warm anymore. I have a gaming PC, surround sound receiver, and a number of other things in a 16 square foot cabinet that is being cooled.
👤Looks andfits great. I had to change the fans because they were too noisy and I am very happy now.
👤Solidly built and easy to convert from push to pull air. If you are using a media or av cabinet, the fans are very quiet.
👤The fans are fairly quiet, considering how much air they are moving. It is loud for a home theatre setup. If you could change the fan speed to be half of the lowest setting, it would greatly reduce the noise. The fans are spun so fast by the lowest speed setting. I was able to turn this into a standing fan using scrap from around the house. It is quieter than most other fans I have tried and the noise is more pleasant.
👤This is being used to cool my xbox series x which is inside a cabinet. The cabinet has only 2 inches of space on each side, and the xbox is on it's side. My xbox would crash all the time if it wasn't for it. It gets hot. The air is being pulled through the cabinet to the rear. This cools the xbox. This is all I need and on this setting it is almost silent. I connected it to the power source that comes with it and the smart plug from Amazon. When the xbox is on, I have set it to turn on automatically. Setting low is almost silent and setting medium is noticable. I wish I had it sooner.
A fan system that requires minimal noise is designed for cooling cabinets. An on-board processor provides a digital read-out of the cabinet's temperatures. The programming includes thermostat control, fan speed control, and energy saving mode. A brushed black finish is on the aluminum frames of the fan and controller. The dimensions are 11.7 x 6.1 x 1.3 in. Airflow: 104 CFM, noise: 19 dBA, and Bearings: dual ball.
👤I was able to install these with relative ease, including a 2 fan expansion for the other cabinet. The control unit is easy to use. The performance seems to be good, but the noise is problematic. The fans have a rattle, grinding sound at low and medium speeds. The sound of the air is still quite loud at high altitudes. Fans should not sound like this, especially at low speed, as I've built PCs before. I couldn't put the thermal sensor directly over the hottest part of my amplifier as it would reflect a higher temp than the ambient air and run on high, so probe placement is important. I feel like the performance is a bit hindered without an intake because my entertainment center is very much enclosed. It seems like it has to run a little harder than I thought, even without pushing my amplifier. I have a cabinet with a receiver, XBox, modem, and router in it. There is a bluray player and XBox in the other. I'm somewhat satisfied, but I'm left wishing for a quieter system that doesn't have to run as hard. I would rate the fans 4.5 stars. I just received some of the most incredible customer service I've received in a long time. I was contacted within a couple of days after posting my initial 3 star review on Amazon, and they told me that they had discovered a hardware bug in the thermostat controller that causes the grinding fan noise, and that they had an updated model rolling out of the factory. I installed priority mail when I got back from vacation. I am happy to report that the low/medium speed fan noise is gone and the only noise I hear is the whir of the moving air. I would expect it to be the same. The back-light on the display was always on even if the system was not running, and now has a timeout function. After having it for a while, the bright light at night was a bit too bright. This product improvement is an example of a company paying attention to what reviewers say about their products and making it right. Jeremy with AC infinity apologized for the hassle and left me a voice mail while I was on vacation asking how the unit worked. I think that's amazing. I'm updating my review to 5 stars.
👤I put in an extra S3 for intake and 1mm of craft foam for the fan casings to help reduce noise. The TV hangs on a false back. Quiet. Clean install, beautiful black aluminum finish, usable LCD and inputs. It was well-protected and laid out. There is a template included for cutouts. There's no way to change the configuration of the fans without daisy-chaining them from one port. The Airplate series of fan systems use dual-ball bearing fans with a motor, according to the website. The cables only have two wires. The speed of the fans will be controlled by the PWM. The speed appears to be controlled by a single power source. The cost is. It's a bit pricey for fans that are regulated. This would get five stars if it weren't for the misleading statement.
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