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    quick design

    I am looking to build a box tonight and tomrow. Could you guys help me out real quick. Winisd is confusing the hell outta me. It is for a type-r with 350 watts.

    2.25ft^3
    30hz
    max dimensions 18" tall 21" deep 20" wide

    I know you guys hate these threads, but i tried another way instead of making a thread and it didnt work.
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    Re: quick design

    could someone please help quick. I am going to home depot tonight and getting the materials and want to possibly start cutting it tonight.




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    Re: quick design

    You should have asked for help earlier!

    Lemme see if I can get it for you....



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    Re: quick design

    What do you need someone to give you the entire design?



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    Re: quick design

    Quote Originally Posted by tRiGgEr
    What do you need someone to give you the entire design?
    yeah... a little confused by "entire design"




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    Re: quick design

    I got 17.75" x 19.75" x 19.75" with a port 32.5" long that's 16.25"x1.5" (seems kinda narrow? ).



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    Re: quick design

    Quote Originally Posted by Beat_Dominator
    I got 17.75" x 19.75" x 19.75" with a port 32.5" long that's 16.25"x1.5" (seems kinda narrow? ).
    idk if 1.5" is narrow.

    Thanks for your time.

    EDIT: so if this is correct the two port pieces will be 19" long and 13.5" long?
    Last edited by bballer123; 06-28-2006 at 10:12 PM.




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    Re: quick design

    um, 16.75" and 15.75" .... all of this assuming you use 3/4" MDF. The dimensions of the box I gave you are exterior...



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    Re: quick design

    Is there any noticeable difference between the birch plywood and mdf. If i remember correctly tcab uses birch plywood?




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    Re: quick design

    MDF is better, more dense.



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    Re: quick design

    awesome i will build it today and take some pictures then hopefully post later tonight.




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    Re: quick design

    well accidently the width was made to 18.25 instead of 19.75. we decided to 45 all the edges to give it a cleaner look. didnt let my dad know the number i wrote down was just a scratch #. oh well nothing to do now. i figured it out, the box is now 29.25hz instead of 30 and 2.1ft^3 not 2.25ft^3. looking forward to hearing the lows in this box.




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