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killsound 7th September 2009 10:01 PM

Hello everybody
 
After scouring the internet on directions to build some bassbins I stumbled across this website and am hoping that i could recieve some help.
I am a Drum N Bass dj/producer and have been for about 15 years now. I own alot of speakers amps and so on but now that I am doing club nights again, I am realizing I'm using the wrong stuff.
People want bass...serious bass.
But it costs serious money. Money that i do not have.
So i came up with an idea.
I'm a wiz with electronics and my Father-in-law is a master capenter.
I think to gether we might beable to make something nice 9as long as i can peel him away from Budweiser for some hours to help me.
Could someone point me in the right direction on blueprints for some nice sub boxes? Nothing fancy just something that I can hook a amp and crossover up to and get some nice lung shaking going on.
I'm sure we could throw a square box together slap a speaker in it and call it a day, but i'm looking for SHAKESSSSSSSSSS
People liek to feel the bass as I'm sure all of you know.
So i'm come to you diyaudio family with huhmbled hands
Could someone help?
Thanks in advance
-t

burbeck 8th September 2009 09:36 AM

hi
Eminence loudspeakers had a catalogue of cabinet designs one of which would have suited your purposes, i cannot find it on there site maby you could email them and find out if its still availible. they do provide all the technical data on there site for the drive units.

http://www.eminence.com/resources/resources.asp


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