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Old 21st May 2006, 07:23 PM   #1
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purposeutdoor sound system for a shared garden in my warehouse building.right next to the railway tracks.

since sound quality is not an issue-i figured i would have some fun.
it consists of 2 8" silverflute woofers,i 4"seas mid and 2 hivit25's.
instead of telling you guys what i did right.i will tell you what i did wrong.besides the obvious-2 tweeter and the box.i coated the woofers and mid with polyurethane to help weather proof and to make them shiny!!i pushed in the dust caps because i like the look.the box is only 5/8" partical board with no bracing.the chamber for the mids are plastic yorgert containers .what i did right-not sure but had alot fun and like how they look.btw they are crossed at 400 woofer to mid 1st order and about 3500 2nd order mid-tweeter.will have a listen soon-wish me luck
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