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budget76
12-21-2008, 01:20 PM
Didn't take many pics, as it's not done 100% yet. I'll post up more. It's a 2.2 cube enclosure at 32hz for a single 10, 4" aero port using PVC. The sub enclosure is integrated into a larger enclosure, so I have a storage area. This will be a foot stool/seat since it's taller than ideal for when sitting on most couches. Have a velodyne 200rms, 400 max amp in there, it's PLENTY.

I used an ***-ton of screws on the sub/aero mount board because I did not glue this one. I decided to silicone the **** outta it, because I may want to switch sub sizes, but dont' want to make the whole thing again. Barely got all the pieces out of a 4x8 sheet, which is up to $26 here:eek: Still have to fab up some feet out of something, and mount the remote for the amp. The top will get some type of cushion, and the interior lined with a thing foam/carpet so rattles will be quiet.

It'll be PLENTY for my dorm room:laugh: Thoughts/opinions? Oh, all done with a circular saw and router. No flush cut bit. Biggest variation in cuts was 1/10" :cool:

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