Antec’s Fusion Remote - Vertical placement

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    I'm thinking of using Antec’s Fusion Remote as the cabinet but in the existing setup, I may need to then place it vertically -- ie, have it stand on its ~5" side although like a typical amplifier its base is ~17" wide.

    ** Is this positioning ok for this cabinet?
    ** Where & how should the ventilation be facilitated, in this position?
    ** Is there any problem with using it this way?

    Also I find Antec Fusion Remote, Antec Fusion Remote Max, etc in the net -- what is the difference between these? And which is recommended for a HTPC? (Similar to Agent 001's recommendation in Oct '09 Digit issue).

    Would like your feedback on this...

    Thanks & Regards,
    Shankar
     
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    desiibond Bond, Desi Bond!

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    as shown in this page http://www.silentpcreview.com/article890-page2.html

    antec fusion remote max comes with air intake vents at the bottom and when you set this case in vertical position will act as side vents which is good for cooling. so you need not worry about cooling. make sure that there is enough space on that side for air intake.
     
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