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Old 29th December 2002, 06:54 AM   #1
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I have some old Infinty SM 155 cabinets that I would like to take the front baffle off and thicken up the sides and do some cross bracing inside and then put about 6 4" to 5" mids and 2 or 3 tweets on the front and maybe 2 or 3 10" subs in the back facing 180 degrees from the front. I know that this wouldn't win any awards but could it sound decent. This is my first project and I'm looking for dynamic range and decent sound to begin with and then go from there. Any direction or guidance would sure be helpful in guiding me down this road that I think I will truly love.
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