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Antec Fusion Media
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Antec Fusion Media Center Case

big bruin
5 July 2007
  • Summary: The review of the Fusion Media Center Case went extremely well thanks to the great design and quality features that the case brings to a home theater setup. This case is by far the best I have used in terms of routing wires, optimizing airflow, and reducing clutter.
  • Pros: » Three chamber design, » Two 120mm TriCool fans have speed controls and provide effective cooling, » Very quiet operation thanks to low noise fans and vibration isolation elements, » Vacuum Fluorescent Display (VFD) is useful and attractive, » Volume knob
  • Cons: » mATX only support
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Expert Review

Tweak News
18 October 2006
  • Excerpt: Antec once again has delivered a knockout product, and one that I'm very pleased with. Sure, there's a few little problems here and there, but nothing that diminishes the overall design of the case.While the insides are tight, there's room for everything a small media center will need, and...
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Overall 10

Antec Fusion Media Center Case

6 September 2006
  • Conclusion: As is the Fusion is an excellent HTPC case, some people might have the USB receiver/remote for Windows Media Center but I did not, if you do then you are set with the Fusion . I really like the looks of the Fusion, it is basically the perfect HTPC case, it is very quiet and keeps the heat down as...
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Overall 9

Expert Review

3 August 2006
  • Summary: I bet a lot of you have not yet considered building a Home Theatre PC. I built my first one three years ago and since that time there hasn't been a day I haven't used it. Once you start recording your favorite TV shows and watch all your Divx/Xvid movies on the big screen there is no going back.
  • Pros: Cool looks
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Antec Fusion Media Center Case

Hardware Zone
10 April 2007
  • Conclusion: The thermal isolation idea has worked quite well in the Antec P180 and it seems only logical to apply it to a HTPC casing, where heat and subsequently noise are important design considerations.
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