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    modifying a subzone box

    I just bought a subzone box and want to make it better

    should I just put more screws in there, and some more silicone sealent inside?







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    Re: modifying a subzone box

    What do you mean by better? Whats wrong with it?

    Not good when you buy a box and have to mod it.




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    Re: modifying a subzone box

    well they say prefab boxes ****, especially the fact that there arent enaugh screws in there or something




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    I have exactly what you're asking about . ..

    SubZone enclosures are excellent prefab choices. 3/4" MDF, etc.

    I used one in my first install-->"TT Audio Mk.I" and have a full writeup on how to prep the enclosurehere.





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    Re: modifying a subzone box

    oh cool thanks man, at least thats some good news

    gonna work on it this weekend




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