If you have two or more components stacked on top of each other in your A/V cabinet, you may have a problem. The heat generated from the unit on the bottom has no place to go so it stays trapped between components. And that trapped heat can not only interfere with the performance of your equipment, but possibly cause damage, as well.
The BoraGear Norte is a great solution for cooling stacked components. The system features four whisper-quiet fans mounted in an open frame. Simply place it on top of the component you need to cool, then place another component on top of it. Or even another. The frame will support over 500 lbs.
The system's lid prevents heat from passing through to equipment sitting on top of it. The fans pull 20 cubic feet of air per minute across the component they're resting on. And they do it quietly. The fans are vibration-isolated, and only generate a barely noticeable 14dB of noise. The system's built-in thermal switch triggers the fans when the temperature reaches 85°, so the Norte's always working when your gear needs it.