Audio/Video Issue with DIY music system

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The only thing is the heating of the amp. Not very much, but pretty hot at enjoyable volumes.
Surely you can find an aluminum heatsink among some old computer junk.

A piece of roof flashing or cut from an abandoned cookie sheet will help a lot
some silicone grease where it contacts the amp's metal back will help Ace hardware carries it. Spark plug lubricant from auto parts store should work too.
 

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Thanks for the feedback - we like to feel we've helped
and just look at how much you've learned ! That's the payoff.
Absolutely!
Surely you can find an aluminum heatsink among some old computer junk.
A piece of roof flashing or cut from an abandoned cookie sheet will help a lot
some silicone grease where it contacts the amp's metal back will help Ace hardware carries it. Spark plug lubricant from auto parts store should work too.
I'll work on it.

Thanks.
 

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