This is my 4th box built. First one was made out of old, hole ridden 5/8 particle board for 2 pioneer 10's. Second was 1 cube for a TS-W106DVC Pioneer Premier made out of the right stuff - 3/4 MDF. Next was a 1 cube for my SW8200, which is being used ATM.
This one is made with 3/4 MDF, all cuts made with a circular saw (first time i used it for cutting important lines, vs just 2x4's) So I think it came out pretty good.
It's a 4.4^3 sealed that I tested out for a .707 QTC alignment on my Eclipse SW8200. For the love of god, in that enclosure, it was the loudest I had ever heard (actually, felt) between 15 and 20 hz. If I opened the door of my Jeep a crack, I would bounce quarters off the roof 3-4" @ 20hz with only 250 watts of power.
Anyway, to the pics.
How they all begin:
God i love the look of a recessed front baffle. All my boxes from now on are going to be built around this
I realize a lot of you build boxes without screws, but I can't stand that for some reason. I'm not saying you guys build bad boxes or anything, I just like the security of having screws in there along with the Titebond II.
I'm probably going to make this into a ported box later on. I can remove the front two baffles because I didn't glue them in ( I knew I would probably change the design)