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Old 7th July 2010, 11:56 AM   #1011
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how to texture paint your speakerbox diy way...since acrytech products Speaker Cabinet Coating for superior performance Speaker Cabinet Texture Coating in gloss or satin are not locally available...here's a simple way on how to mix your own textured paint.

this are water base paint...Do Not Mix with H20 (water)

versatex high profile 7517...then mix with acrycolor black pwtac-1117 with 1:1 ratio...then mix a acrycolor thalo-blue .25% ratio...stir very very well.

to apply use a nylon texture roller brush...clean your brushes with water.

to finish apply boysen 700 clear gloss emulsion.

i hope this can be applicable to others...

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Old 7th July 2010, 01:05 PM   #1012
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how to texture paint your speakerbox diy way...since acrytech products Speaker Cabinet Coating for superior performance Speaker Cabinet Texture Coating in gloss or satin are not locally available...here's a simple way on how to mix your own textured paint.

this are water base paint...Do Not Mix with H20 (water)

versatex high profile 7517...then mix with acrycolor black pwtac-1117 with 1:1 ratio...then mix a acrycolor thalo-blue .25% ratio...stir very very well.

to apply use a nylon texture roller brush...clean your brushes with water.

to finish apply boysen 700 clear gloss emulsion.

i hope this can be applicable to others...

have a nice day
jojo
thanks sir jojo ,,ito na ang matagal kong gustong malaman..since fiber glass matting is to hard to do,,sir this kind of paint is this available in all paint center nationwide including in provinces far from manila..thanks

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Old 7th July 2010, 02:47 PM   #1013
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these are available in your friendly neighborhood hardware store or retail paint store.

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Old 7th July 2010, 03:36 PM   #1014
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i already have a kick bin using wsx i need upper base have punch on chest. my wsx is working well for lower freq. not on upper base.
how many wsx sub are you using? I've had heard the wsx sub 6 per side on live band and its very strong punch. try to higher crossover point
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Old 8th July 2010, 06:39 AM   #1015
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thanks for reply i will try to build 4 more. hoping for the best
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Old 8th July 2010, 09:20 AM   #1016
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Default mt2 vs wsx

HI all,

I am newbie here I just wanna ask which is better to use in subwoofer mt2 or wsx, If I used 1850 speaker driver will work in mt2 box? and anybody used the mt2 box? I`ve seen this set-up in manila med. concert bass, is good But I dont know which driver they used.

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Old 8th July 2010, 10:03 PM   #1017
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mtl2 a product of electrovoice during the 90's...its a discontinued product.

here's the spec sheet from ev...

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Old 9th July 2010, 01:51 AM   #1018
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Default do we have amps to DIY to run this piece of monster???...

hi guys...
pardon to interrupt...
i'm just wondering...
i saw this speaker in an electronic store just yesterday when i was buying components for my diy amp...
i was really shocked with that guy hanging with those other guys...t'was like" hey... i never saw something like this before"...
it was a SOUND BARRIER 18" speaker which is 2200w @ 8ohms...with a magnet diameter of about 12"...gosh!!! i didnt get to see its voice coil diameter...
do we have something to diy just to turn this guy ON???...
tnx...
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Old 9th July 2010, 03:25 AM   #1019
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wich store incebu you find this speaker?
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Old 9th July 2010, 05:38 AM   #1020
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@esobe

wich store incebu you find this speaker?
i found them at AC?DC electronics located at manalili cebu...
i sound barrier is a bit pricy...
15" 1200w @ 8ohms cost much...i guess t'was 8500 pesos...
18" 2200w @ 8 ohms would be much expensive...:cr azy:
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