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What are the deminsions of the Samson S700

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Scott_E, Sep 16, 2001.

  1. Scott_E

    Scott_E Stunt Coordinator

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    Im deciding on where to put this thing and need to know which space its going to go in. Depends on how long of a cable I order for it. Anyone got its measurements handy?
     
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    Scott_E Stunt Coordinator

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    Anyone?
     
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    17" deep,17.5" wide and about 3.5"tall.
    TV
     
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    TV,
    I guess that the figures from Samson's PDF file (what I had used in the post above) are incorrect. Pretty weird and disappointing that a manufacturer is that far off from their specified figures.
    Dave
     
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    Rick Radford Supporting Actor

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    17.25 Wide x 16.0 Deep x 3.5 High.
    I took the rear rack mounts off.. and the depth I measured above does not include anthing out the back.. just the box itself. The depth measurement above includes the front pulls.
    I called Samson in an attempt to verify the stated measurments (in the pdf file) and Samson insisted the stated dims were correct. Fortunately, Ron and Tom gave me the real numbers. I have no clue how Samson could miss this so badly.
    This is actually a pretty serious error.. and could preclude sales if one thinks the amp won't fit in a cabinet/rack. Almost did me as 19W won't fit in my 18.25W component rack.
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    [Edited last by Rick Radford on September 17, 2001 at 07:18 AM]
     

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