Was hoping to be further along by now... actually finished by now, but It took a while to figure out the whole cnc process, I was going to update my machine and ordered parts, but they where taking forever to come in and some of the parts were wrong, (in fact I'm still waiting for parts) but I got it working good enough to finally go ahead.
This is the plug for the main body of the upper enclosure. For reference the enclosures behind it have cutouts for 8" woofers(though these are not
I'm a newby, and want to install woofers in my truck. I don't have a box, but I do have an aluminum suitcase that is cool to look at and would hold my two 12" woofs. I'll cut two holes in one side for them. Is this not a good box for speakers, everything I read indicates that the box should be made of mdf, or thick plywood.
Methods and techniques for finishing are one of the common issues discussed in the Techtalk forum. What seems like a simple issue is really quite complicated in that there are a myriad of different approaches to achieving a "good" finish. Adding to the complexity of the issue, various successful builders have their favorite methods and will vigorously defend them should someone suggest their own personal method is "better." Notice that I've used quotation marks around good
Updated 01-31-2012 at 03:22 PM by Soundslike
Just got tickets for this performance on October.
Mariinsky Orchestra is arguably the best Russian orchestra of all times. Looking forward to it.
Valery Gergiev, Music Director and Conductor
TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No. 3, "Polish"
TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No. 4
Just for reference to my proto-jig for xovers.
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