OK, so, the standard bathroom fan moves, IIRC, about 80 CFM, give or take,
and costs around $70 and sounds a lot like a 747 taking off. IOW, total
POS, but this is what is nearly universal. ((And they never even offer
upgraded fans as an option...))
So, check this out:
WHy the heck can they make a *computer*
fan, which moves as much as this
does, which is also *quiet*
, and costs under $30...?
What I'm trying to figure out is how to adapt it to existing bathroom fan
But I can't figure out why bathroom fans cost so much for so very, very
little in terms of performance and noise reduction. Captive audience? It
just seems stupid to me, one of thiose things that's done poorly because
"that's how it's always been done"...