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Posted by: monitorguy69 at Thu Jul 11 21:38:07 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by monitorguy69 ]  
   

mostly everything ive read states that in custom built enclosures for monitors you should not worry about venting or any holes to circulate air, to prevent dry air. whats everyones take on this? 8x4 with doors that are not sealed or air tight and allow a tiny bit of air in and out is the only kind of "ventilation" i have, should i be worried, and what would the optimal condition be (black throat monitor)?

sorry for 2 new threads today, but i put trust into this forum the most as a lot of other forums have a lot of people who dont have near the experience of the keepers here. i can never find straight reliable answers for specific questions like this. thanks


   

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