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Old 6th April 2010, 07:25 AM   #1
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Default quad amped system rd-75 with 4 TL 21" subs

thought I would post a pic of the system I built.
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Old 6th April 2010, 11:52 PM   #2
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that looks like a kit from parts express, good job! where are the subs? never mind i see the huge tubes behind the tv, post some pics, look neat, how does it sound?
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the subs are behind the tv, the 4 big tubes that are standing up... I didnt know Parts express made a kit like this, the main boxes are made out of 5/8 black acrylic...
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just an observation from the pic, like i said, "they look great!"
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Your mains are asymmetric ? ... Interesting and with 4 , 21 inch subs ... Dats some traveling your neighbors must love you ..


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Default very simalar

just take a look, i was told myself that my idea was allready thought abd designed by someone else, this is not in any way a bad thing, i am impressed!
here is the pic i was referring to.
great workmanship, i would love to hear them as that was my first project i had in mind but not in my pocket. awesome.
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Old 7th April 2010, 08:19 AM   #8
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You are spot on sir, that is the exact pic that gave me the idea, that and the other similar project they did with rounded boxes..... I thought you meant they had a kit you assemble to make it, not just plans for it...
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