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Does anyone know if there is a company in USA that sells something like these?

 

Midrange Enclosure 3 Litre'

 

I'm helping my dad with his home stereo and we have a couple of 6.5" mids we need to make enclosures for and something like this would be perfect but it would be faster and maybe cost less if it was from America also I've never heard of this that site or company before.

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Just use a piece of pvc and a cap for the back. Fill it with polyfil to absorb the back wave. Done

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Just use a piece of pvc and a cap for the back. Fill it with polyfil to absorb the back wave. Done

 

Yeah so far going to get a couple pvc dust caps but idk was still hoping for something like this just in case.

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