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  • Bracing adjacent walls - And has anyone tested different braces?

    I am building a sub box for an old TB-740c. It uses a slot type port that braces the top. So to my question - Will a brace that goes to an adjacent wall work? (think triangle) How much difference is there between a window pane brace and other types. Has anyone tested different braces for effectiveness?

    Thank you,
    Duane

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    Re: Bracing adjacent walls - And has anyone tested different braces?

    i suspect that a window brace is best. perform a rap test. listen for renasounse. always place braces at odd distances.
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      Re: Bracing adjacent walls - And has anyone tested different braces?

      Originally posted by duanebro View Post
      Has anyone tested different braces for effectiveness?

      Thank you,
      Duane
      The picture below left shows how braces are most commonly done. The picture below right is 50% more effective using 33% less material. Yes, I have tested them.
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