Antec SONATA Chassis

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Description:

Just what a PC should be - Seen, not heard. Relax. Your computer is still running...but with Sonata you get to enjoy the Quiet. The Serenity. The Tranquility. Totally engineered with quietness in mind, the Sonata features low noise cooling, vibration-absorbing drive mounts, and a special TruePower power supply. It won't disrupt your environment, and its sleek, piano black finish will fit your style. That's computing your way. That's the Power of You.


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System Board Style: ATX

Number of Drives Supported: 9

Chassis Style: Mid-tower

Chassis Color: Black

General Features: Front USB Port Yes, Front Firewire Port Yes


Summary

Product Title: Antec SONATA Chassis

Manufacturer: Antec

Power Score: 4.4 | 20 Reviews


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Product Reviews (11)

Overall very nice, but...

Strengths: Quiet and good looking

Weakness: Front Panel audio problem, holes in side panel

This case, like all Antec cases I've seen, is sturdy with a carefully designed interior and stylish exterior. . Dust through the logo holes ---------------------------- Early on, I noticed that a lot of dust was coming in through the holes in the side panels that make up the "Antec" logo. I covered them up with some black paper taped on the inside. Air flow is still good (probably better) -- Air...
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By earcmba - Mar 31, 2006

Good powersupply, quiet exhaust fan, imperfect cooling.

Strengths: Good, Antec case, with the usual Antec features -- robust manufacturering with easy drive installation and a high quality power supply (very important and often neglected). Exhuast fan is quiet.

Weakness: No exhaust port near the PCI/Video card slots means video card cooling can be poor. Case does not do much to dampen CPU or video card fan noise. If you include noisy components, you get a noisy box.

I've had this case for more than two years and am very pleased with it. Working in the case has been easy and pleasant, the power supply has been perfectly reliable, and the appearence is decent, too (though I found the front door broke off after about a year, and the blue lights in front are obnoxiously bright -- don't connect them). The silence of the case will go completely unappreciated...
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By anonymous; - Sep 27, 2005

Totally engineered with quietness...

Strengths: also bading,i like it bacause it is very good

Weakness: also bading,i like it bacause it is very good

Totally engineered with quietness in mind, the Sonata features low noise cooling, vibration-absorbing drive mounts, and a special TruePower power supply. It won't disrupt your environment, and its sleek, piano black finish will fit your sty

By longit - Mar 1, 2005

This is a great case. I switched...

Strengths: Quiet, solid, well built, good power supply, rubber grommets for HD mounts.

Weakness: Plastic Door, only 350W PS.

This is a great case. I switched after my old power supply died in my InWin case. I switched cases because that InWin case sounded like a hovercraft (2 ibm drives in it). It's not a case for modding, but for someone who want's a good quiet case that has some style to it. It has rubber gromets that you use to mount your hard drives, which eliminates vibrations coming from the drives. Important if...
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By ChuckHeston - Aug 26, 2004

Overall a very good and elegant...

Strengths: Very nice finish, cool blue led's, front ports, well designed interior, includes 120mm rear exhaust fan, includes power supply, very easy and fun to work with

Weakness: Holes spelling 'Antec' on both sides of case are a poor choice on the part of the designer, door covering cd drives feels flimsy.

Overall a very good and elegant case. It includes all the extras (all the screws, even rubber screws to mount a fan and reduce vibration), has an air filter in the front to reduce the amount of dust going into the system and certainly looks stunning. I am very satisfied with this case and would recommend it highly. Only a couple gripes in that the 'Antec' name which is drilled into both sides is...
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By tomn1226 - Jul 23, 2004

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