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Old 19th June 2003, 12:49 PM   #1
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Default Another I have no money, I have bits of wood and time speaker box.....

It happened again... my sealed/ported/10inch/8inch/ported/passive radiator/infinite baffle speaker boxes thingy continues.... with tmy 2 8inch Peerless mounted in the 50 litre box that used to contain the 10inch... and.. one rather LARGE port.....

I'll post a few pictures here, then give links to the rest... (its much nicer on people why have to pay per meg or have modem.. )

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If the pictures don't work, chances are they haven't finished uploading... or I gave the wrong link.. lol
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Old 19th June 2003, 01:31 PM   #2
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No disrespect to you Lad but........thats got to be the worst looking speaker I have ever seen LOL

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Old 19th June 2003, 01:43 PM   #3
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I don't know - turn it round and use the port as a stand - give it a lick of paint and ...

Personally, I quite like the Aussie neo-grunge look. Good luck to you SkinnyBoy.

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Hey man, don't dis da speaka!!! I haev no money... I wanted to hear my $150 investment...
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I don't know - turn it round and use the port as a stand - give it a lick of paint and ...

Personally, I quite like the Aussie neo-grunge look. Good luck to you SkinnyBoy.

Steve

Its supposed to look like that... no paint... and its not perminant anyway... lol only for a few a few months... till I finish my towers..
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Old 19th June 2003, 01:56 PM   #6
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I do like the African way...making something with nothing.
Far better than having money and not spend it on DIY.

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Old 19th June 2003, 02:05 PM   #7
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I do like the African way...making something with nothing.
Far better than having money and not spend it on DIY.

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i second that looken good dude


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Its not really a subwoofer...... it has to handle all the way upto about 2000Hz.. lol The tweeters are sitting on top of the amplifier with the cheapo ($1.70) bi-polar electrolic crossover caps attached to the back of the amp.. lol
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Anyway, the sound's the thing, SB. Please tell us that the sound's the thing.

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Anyway, the sound's the thing, SB. Please tell us that the sound's the thing.

Steve

You think I made this thing for LOOKS!!! or for its compact size!?!?! I can't even lift the thing on my own... too heavy and too awkward... sound might be the thing.. it sounds alright.... but each woofer is effectivly only getting 25litres... pretty small... so the bass isn't that low... lol its alright though.. showed me that the 850136 woofers would do pretty well in a 25 litre ported.. lol
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