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Old 3rd June 2012, 03:30 PM   #1
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Default Your horrible...horrible!

Jonesing for some sound, gear all in hawk, i threw together these ob's with oem car 5 1/4" drivers on my gifted fisher studio standard reciever.

Sounds terrible but beats no music at all.

cardboard baffles.

Kinda cool tho cuz if i want more bass i can tip them back and the become a short horn while the mids bounce off the tv and localize there. Good for movie watching.

Anyone else got pics of their freakish projects, come on, were all friends here.
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Old 4th June 2012, 12:24 AM   #2
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2 layer cardboard box's with 40m of cheap as I could find masking tape, Used as temporary box's till I finish mine, good for running it.

I did have logitec Z4's and I Plugged these into that amp in the subwoofer to run them hence the $2 RCA speaker cable, as thats whats used on the Z4's haha
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