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Old 20th September 2006, 03:54 AM   #1
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Default Whats the strangest enclosure you found to work?

as the title suggest, this is a post of the strangest/craziest enclosure , permanent or temporary. you found that works fairly good for your speakers?

Mine has to be what I'm doing with my last remaining RS 1271. I simply opened a drawer on my computer desk and laid the speaker across the opening. Its crazy, definately the least scientific idea, but it seems to work quite well with this speaker . I have a pic of this abomination of all logic as my avatar, and heres the larger pic. ( note the copy of Final Fantasy II for the SNES in the drawer under the speaker, not many of those around, much like how the old RS 8 inchers are begining to be )
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