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Need Someone w/ Tape Measure and Sony 4ES

Discussion in 'AV Receivers' started by Angelo.M, May 12, 2003.

  1. Angelo.M

    Angelo.M Well-Known Member

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    This is ridiculous, but I need to know how far apart the feet are spaced on a 4ES. I have one at home, and I'm in my office at the moment, and need to know this measurement (putting one in here). Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Dennis LM

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    Angelo, I saw another forum post the distance as 30 cm. I will try to be more clear in which direction this is tonight.
     
  3. Angelo.M

    Angelo.M Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, Dennis. I'm guessing it's 12 inches between the center of the feet front-to-back, but it's a guess.
     
  4. Dennis LM

    Dennis LM Member

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    Angelo, here are some more dimensions.

    STR-DA4ES base dimensions
    Foot diameter: 2” (1 15/16”)
    On-center distance of feet, side to side (width): 14”
    On-center distance of feet, front to back (depth): 12 ½”
    On-center inset of front feet from faceplate: 2 ½”
    On-center inset of rear feet from rear panel: 2 ¼” - 2 ½”
    On-center inset of feet from sides: 1 ½”

    Anything else, just ask.
     
  5. Angelo.M

    Angelo.M Well-Known Member

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    great help; thanks [​IMG]
     
  6. Mark Hedges

    Mark Hedges Well-Known Member

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    Dennis -

    Can you tell me how deep the unit is, NOT including the volume nob or any other protuberances?

    Thanks!

    Mark
     

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