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    Mounting Amps On Port

    I was wondering, is there a similar amount of flex in the walls of a port of an enclosure, as the walls of the enclosure itself?

    I want to mount amps with 0.5" screws into the side of my box that has the port running up it. I just want to know if it would be necessary to add protection to the amps.

    (no "i don't really know, but it sounds like a good idea" answers please, just if you know for sure)







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    Re: Mounting Amps On Port

    you wont have any problems.




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    Re: Mounting Amps On Port

    i think it generally depends on the box its self.. and how well its made.. some enclosures are lose and so ur amp Die soon from box ratteling befor flexing itself..





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