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My question is it OK to place a bookshelf speaker on top of a Receiver. I know that CRT and Hard Drives are a NOT. What can happen over the long run will the reciever degrade?
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It won't be good for the receiver, they have vents on the top for a reason - you want to make sure it has good air circulation.
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It won't be good for the receiver, they have vents on the top for a reason - you want to make sure it has good air circulation.
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Thanks guys I was more concern about magnetic field and maybe vibration over the over heating but then again I move the speaker away to prevent damage. My desk is to cram, I need to better organize the space available.Thanks again anyways.
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post #5 of 6
I put my LCD ontop of my receiver, but I have a fan right behind it so it blows most of the hot air off pretty quick. I wouldn't put the bookshelf's on because it would probably cover the whole grate on the top of the receiver.
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post #6 of 6
Really depends on the receiver too. The ones with the bigger PSUs run like grill heaters. I have a smaller one in the bedroom that I've stacked a ton on top and it barely runs warm.
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