HeadUnit: sold Front Stage: 6.5 skar vxi65 + IA i65c + DB drive pro tweets Highs Amp: sold Sub Stage: all sold Sub Amp: sold Box: Wall @ ~30cu.ft. Electrical: 100ft 2/0 welding wire + 75ft 1/0 Audio Technix + 2 C&D 140's
Deadener: 100sq.ft. Audio Technix 60mil
References (sold, bought): Winkychevelle, SKARaudio x2, Patthehat033, Mazdakid, Ten_ton_bass, GAMEOVERCCA, Horsemanwill, Boomsday, Zellner, g6ryder x2, Moble Enclosurs (Box design), Goodstuff, Bread0710, dgaf, Cat Man, and many more (MAF, CACO, & ebay references available as well [110+ transactions])
Kinda bugs me that the ports aren't flush with the rest of the box...oh well. Looks nice all carpetted up.
@double 07 I never see the use of wood clamps in any of your work. May I ask why? I would think the wood clamps would make sure
the seal of wood glue is bound much more tightly/securely by the pressure of holding the boards together while they dry. Thanks.
James 1:2-5 2 Count it all joy when you fall into various trials, 3 knowing that the testing of your faith produces patience. 4 But let patience
have its perfect work, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking nothing. 5 If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask of God, who gives to all
liberally and without reproach, and it will be given to him.
I make accurate cuts.....I use good tight bond glue and my screws are put into a pre-drilled properly sized hole while the glue is wet.......I don't need clamps.....I have been building enclosures since 1989 and have always done it this way........The SCREWS are my clamps.....lol
gata say im really loving the two tone.
looks nice except the design IMHO... nice job building it and carpeting etc. BUT the way the ports do not sit flush would bug the hell out of me, being a builder myself.
Yeah that port thing is strange looking........I am just the builder this time......I played NO HAND in the design!!!...........lol.........