Show me your plate amps

Is this amp OK?
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Show me your plate amps

#1 Post by caleb105 » Tue Apr 18, 2017 1:58 pm

I understand that if you're using plate amps (Bash 300, etc) to power your THT or TT, that you want to keep them close to your receiver & run speaker wire out to your subs to help prevent ground hum.

I've seen a few pictures of people mounting their plate amps in 4-sided boxes (leaving the back open for air flow), or just leaving them on the ground. I've also heard people mention mounting their plate amps in a rack, but haven't been able to find any pictures.

I'd love to see pics of how you've chosen to deal with your plate amps! Thanks!
"There's nothing wrong with plate amps, and nothing right with mounting them on the sub" - Bill Fitzmaurice

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Re: Show me your plate amps

#2 Post by caleb105 » Tue Apr 18, 2017 2:29 pm

Here's a few boxes I've found online.
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Bash 300 Box 2.jpg
Bash Amp Box.jpg
Bash 300 Box 4.jpg
Bash 300 Box 3.jpg
Bash 300 Box 1.jpg
"There's nothing wrong with plate amps, and nothing right with mounting them on the sub" - Bill Fitzmaurice

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Re: Show me your plate amps

#3 Post by caleb105 » Tue Apr 18, 2017 2:34 pm

And a couple more
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Bash 500 Box 1.jpg
Dual Young Box.jpeg
"There's nothing wrong with plate amps, and nothing right with mounting them on the sub" - Bill Fitzmaurice

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