Remote cooling made easy...and quiet!

A new product from Active Thermal Management makes it easy to move heated air from a cabinet to an adjacent area.

Cool -cube™ moves hot air from here to there, through thin tubing

Active Thermal Management, Acton, CA, announces the introduction of Cool -cube, a device that quietly moves heated air from a home theater enclosure through narrow tubing. Useful when and where much equipment has been installed in a moderate size enclosure, Cool -cube consists of a quiet but powerful remote fan module, automatic dual -speed thermal switch assembly, and 6 feet of either 2" or 3" flexible tubing. Between 15 and 40 cubic feet of air can be exhausted per minute, depending on the size of tubing used and fan speed.

Air heated by enclosed audio -video equipment can be moved into an adjacent area, allowing fresh air to enter the enclosure, reducing component -damaging high temperatures.

The company makes a wide variety of quiet air moving equipment specifically designed for audio -video/home theater installations. Their products can be seen at

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