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Old 13th May 2007, 02:28 AM   #1
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Default First time Building Bookshelf Speakers

I had a set of Polk SR6500's in my car, I've since taken them out and have no car to put them in. So I figured I'd get some use out of them as I loved them in my car. I've played around with some box building software but nothing more than that. Does anyone have any suggestions as to where I should begin figuring out what box to build?

Also I have a nice Audison amp I used to drive them in my car. I have a receiver but it's no where near the quality I was getting with the Audison, so does anyone know if it's possible for me to power the Audison in my home using some sort of adaptor? Thanks the help.
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