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Anonymous
August 31, 2004 4:13:11 AM

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so what is the latest word on making a pc DAW silent.

like a ninja perhaps.

-hev

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August 31, 2004 4:13:12 AM

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Slap the bitch :-)

No, actually I used a home stereo cabinet back before sound booths and
with a little foam and a few pieces of extra sound board to vent the
sound down from the holes you won't hear much. The sound boxes for sale
are good but cost more then they should plus they need that little fan
of theirs blowing so you still get sound anyway.

Hev wrote:

> so what is the latest word on making a pc DAW silent.
>
> like a ninja perhaps.
>
> -hev
>
>
Anonymous
August 31, 2004 8:49:05 AM

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<< so what is the latest word on making a pc DAW silent.
>>

Check in with Elias at www.silencecases.com & tell him I sent you.


Scott Fraser
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Anonymous
August 31, 2004 8:49:06 AM

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"ScotFraser" <scotfraser@aol.com> wrote in message
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> << so what is the latest word on making a pc DAW silent.
> >>
>
> Check in with Elias at www.silencecases.com & tell him I sent you.
>
>
> Scott Fraser



i could kiss you on the lips. looks like a great product at a great price.
cool listening demo too.

I dont usually do this on the first date.

-hev
August 31, 2004 8:49:06 AM

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Hey - that is a pretty slick little box

ScotFraser wrote:
> << so what is the latest word on making a pc DAW silent.
> >>
>
> Check in with Elias at www.silencecases.com & tell him I sent you.
>
>
> Scott Fraser
Anonymous
August 31, 2004 8:58:42 AM

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this would not be at all hard to make yourself....thick poly foam would be a
great insulator. You would need a heavy duty cooling fan/system and good
ventilation tho.

--

Jonny Durango

"Patrick was a saint. I ain't."

http://www.jdurango.com



"ScotFraser" <scotfraser@aol.com> wrote in message
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> << so what is the latest word on making a pc DAW silent.
> >>
>
> Check in with Elias at www.silencecases.com & tell him I sent you.
>
>
> Scott Fraser
August 31, 2004 8:58:43 AM

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I made one that out of a stereo cabinet that was 3 feet tall. There was
enough air in there that it never got hot (in a los angeles environment)
It was sealed with small holes in the bottom of the floor and a 6 inch
vent hole in the back that had sound board baffles point the sound down
and to let wires in and out.

Jonny Durango wrote:

> this would not be at all hard to make yourself....thick poly foam would be a
> great insulator. You would need a heavy duty cooling fan/system and good
> ventilation tho.
>
Anonymous
August 31, 2004 9:13:02 AM

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<< this would not be at all hard to make yourself....>>

True, you just need a basic woodshop & some cabinetry skills, but more
importantly you need time.

<<thick poly foam would be a
great insulator. >>

No, it has to be dense & impermeable. Particle board is the substance of
choice.

<<You would need a heavy duty cooling fan/system and good
ventilation tho.
>>

That's what Silence Cases has already worked out very nicely. And it's actually
not a very beefy set of fans.



Scott Fraser
Anonymous
August 31, 2004 12:34:49 PM

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"ScotFraser" <scotfraser@aol.com> wrote in message
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> << so what is the latest word on making a pc DAW silent.
> >>
>
> Check in with Elias at www.silencecases.com & tell him I sent you.
>

I made basically the exact same thing with an unfinished kitchen cabinet I
bought at Home Depot. That and a piece of particle board for the bottom
shelf (setting on some angle brackets) was all it took. About $50 total. Of
course foam will be extra.
Anonymous
August 31, 2004 1:59:21 PM

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Zaleman is the trick for sure.

Their heatsinks and fans are wonderful. I just put together a P4 in a
generic case. I used the big round copper heat sink on the processor
(about $40) and a passive cooler for the video card.I replaced the
power supply fan with Zalman slim fan (run at 7V) and a case fan run
at the 'silent' 5 volt setting. It is *extremely* quiet with no case
padding. The processor is a Northwood 2.8 (runs cooler and still
hyperthreads on a 800 FSB) gently overclocked to 3.2 and the processor
fan is run at it's minimum speed.

Best $70 I've ever spent on computer quieting. I've tried Antec and PC
Power and Cooling with only mediocre results.


Frank /~ http://newmex.com/f10
@/



On 31 Aug 2004 08:40:53 -0400, mrivers@d-and-d.com (Mike Rivers)
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>
>This one from Zalman looks pretty impressive:
>
>http://www17.tomshardware.com/howto/20040115/index.html
Anonymous
August 31, 2004 7:27:53 PM

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<< i could kiss you on the lips.>>

I'll settle for an affectionate pat on the tusch.

<< looks like a great product at a great price. >>

And Elias is a great guy. As soon as I mentioned my producer's desk was oak he
offered to make my case from oak, even though it's not one of the options
listed on his site. Also not mentioned is that the fan speed is variable, so
you can lower the speed a bit if your computer is running cool & have a bit
less overall noise.




Scott Fraser
Anonymous
August 31, 2004 7:33:41 PM

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"Mike Rivers" <mrivers@d-and-d.com> wrote in message
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>
> Same as it always was. The more money you stuff into the case, the
> quieter it gets.
>

LOL
Anonymous
August 31, 2004 9:41:14 PM

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<< I made basically the exact same thing with an unfinished kitchen cabinet I
bought at Home Depot. That and a piece of particle board for the bottom
shelf (setting on some angle brackets) was all it took. About $50 total. Of
course foam will be extra. >>

And of course the baffled airflow system that Silence Cases utilizes would be
extra too. And the rubber gasketed cable pass throughs. And the furniture grade
finish. There's a lot more to it than just a kitchen cabinet.

Scott Fraser
Anonymous
September 1, 2004 6:05:09 AM

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"ScotFraser" <scotfraser@aol.com> wrote in message
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> << I made basically the exact same thing with an unfinished kitchen
cabinet I
> bought at Home Depot. That and a piece of particle board for the bottom
> shelf (setting on some angle brackets) was all it took. About $50 total.
Of
> course foam will be extra. >>
>
> And of course the baffled airflow system that Silence Cases utilizes would
be
> extra too. And the rubber gasketed cable pass throughs. And the furniture
grade
> finish. There's a lot more to it than just a kitchen cabinet.
>

Oh, yeah. And their price is killer BTW. About 1/4 of what others charge for
basically the same thing. I was just saying you can do a whole lot with very
little time and money if you look around.
Anonymous
September 1, 2004 10:43:51 AM

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<< I was just saying you can do a whole lot with very
little time and money if you look around.
>>

And I've purchased several furniture items with the intent to convert them into
computer enclosures, but it's the time that I don't have. That's why I went to
Silence Cases.

Scott Fraser
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