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    High Density Fiberboard ??

    Does anyone know where i can find any of this stuff so i can possibley make a box, all i hear boxes made of out is MDF. Is that better than HDF or what. Can someone fill me in on this please.







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    Menards, Home Depot, and Lowes all carry MDF and HDF.

    The difference is really laid out plainly in the name; the HDF is more dense, thus less air leakage is possible.


    Generally speaking, MDF is adequete for car audio speaker enclosures.

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