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Posted 12th May 2015 at 04:08 AM by Mike94531
Updated 12th May 2015 at 04:12 AM by Mike94531

Finally finished these up....I attempted to paint them with a hammer finish spray paint..boy did they turn out bad!

So I found a roll of carpet at Lowes and bought a couple cans of spray adhesive.

The speakers sound pretty good..we'll see how they sound when I get around to building my Pass F5 amplifier...so far I only have the boards I bought from the store...expect a few months for sure at the rate I get things done!

Yes, that is real carpet...$20 for the roll..I know I won't win any beauty contests with them but for garage speakers I think they are pretty nice, I also saved some money by using left over wooden hanger rods for the center section supports!

Not sure what kind of grills I am going to put on them for protection out here in the garage, I might have to print something out when I get my 3D printer in a few weeks.

I also included a snapshot of the tool path my CNC Bridgeport used to cut the holes in the front panel.
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