Scythe Kama Bay Amp


Installation of the Scythe Kama Bay Amp was a very simple process. Attach a faceplate, whichever matches your PC chassis (I chose black) and screw the Kama Bay Amp into a free 5.25" bay.
Scythe Kama Bay Amp
Unscrew an empty PCI blanking plate and replace it with the one that Scythe included in the packaging, and then simply feed your cables through. Some sort of rubber grommet would have been handy here to help seal the hole, and minimise the influx of dust into the case.
Blanking plate installed
Once your cables have all been nicely routed and secured onto the speaker terminals you should be all good to go.
installed and operational
Let's head over the page to see how we tested the Scythe Kama Bay Amp...
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Most Recent Comments

14-02-2008, 07:50:31

it looks really nice, it would fit in well on the front of a lian li HTPC imo...

but as you said, if someone can aford a black lian li HTPC, the odds are they can aford 5, or 7.1 souround sound and a decent media setup to go with it anyway...

but interesting device non-the-lessQuote

14-02-2008, 15:25:44

I cant help but think they should have called it the Kamaha Quote

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