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Windows 7: Filters

07 Apr 2011   #11

Window's 7 Ultimate 64bit

Vincent de Klerk <>

This is the guy i have been getting the pricing off of for the filters right from Demciflex just got custom pricing on filter for my AV pioneer amp and Sony TV an

16x3 152.4mm x 76.2mm @ USD 7.10 each
26 x3 165.1mm x 88.9mm @ USD 7.75 each
2140mm square @ USD 5.50 each
2120mm square @ USD 4.95 each
114x4 355.6mm x 101.6 @ USD 13.95 each
180mm @ USD 4.20 each

here is the pricing plus shipping they are packaged in between cardboard so they do not get bent. Shipping on this order is $21.50 but the are all for no-ferrous so thy have the stick on magnet strips which only go one way or they repel the filter like two magnets with opposite poles repelling one another I like them so far. This order is a little pricier so I have to break it up in smaller orders but i will pay more for shipping.

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07 Apr 2011   #12

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

I have filters in the front of my Antec P182 case and I clean them out about every 3-4 months. The case is spotless inside.

You can make filters for your case very easily using pantyhose. Granted it looks better on legs, but it's cheap and does the trick in a case as well.
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08 Apr 2011   #13

Window's 7 Ultimate 64bit

Ya i have went that route to and my case stays clean also just like the new design and figured i would try them and give them some business. Cleaning and installing the panty hose becomes a problem at least for me so i need something I just blow clean or wash with water. Thanks for the ideas. Plus the custom sizing for the intake for the lamp on my TV will work nice and the Amp vents will keep a lot of dust and dander out of those electronic units having a dog and 2 cats in the household.
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