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    My advice: Don't... The CTs3000 is Class-I which have a high idle-draw and need proper ventilation. I crashed a CTs2000 by using too weak fans.

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    thank you for your comment

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    Nor CTS related but have anyone sucsfull replaced fan in iTech??

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    I have never heard about someone doing it. Fan monitoring in itech is part of the built in error reporting and monitoring, so changing a parameter makes it shut down (is what I have heard - not tried)

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    Itís the same Iíve read... too bad If there is no solution, Iíve replaced the fans in My DCI amps and If works great but I would love to also quiet the iTech

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    Place order

    Quote Originally Posted by Niklasmagnus View Post
    Hi, I have a CTs600 thatís need a fan mod but to run 12v in series must be a risk in my mind. All you who have applied this solution have any of you got in to trouble with CTs600/1200? And what can happen to the amp by this solution, for example if the fan(s) would overload and burn?
    Was searching general solution for running 12v fan on 24v source and found these DC-DC step down converters. Seams like a more suitable solution to the problem. Add one of these to one of the output on the amp and connect two fans I parallel:
    https://www.itead.cc/lm2596-dc-dc-bu...1-25v-35v.html

    Or this cars decive
    https://adapterexperten.se/dc-dc-omv...v-till-12v-3a/
    So its time to place order for the fan modd. Will this work for my CTs600?
    1x
    https://adapterexperten.se/dc-dc-omv...v-till-12v-3a/

    2x
    https://www.kjell.com/se/sortiment/d...ledInformation

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post
    Itís the same Iíve read... too bad If there is no solution, Iíve replaced the fans in My DCI amps and If works great but I would love to also quiet the iTech
    How are the fans working for you? I have the Crown 4 | 1250N but havenít read about anyone proposing a solution for it.

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    what's up with the cts series
    prices dropped a lot

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