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Old 10th October 2007, 12:25 PM   #1
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Question Any interest in a sub and amp kit ?

I've finished putting together a sub woofer project that myself and richieb00y have designed.

It consists of a CNC'd enclosure [specifically designed to be assembled with ease] and plate amp designed by richieb00y, with a Shadow Works driver.

We were absolutely bowled over with the results when it was fired up that we wondered if forum members would be interested if we offered it as a kit for say a group buy ?

I have yet to take some decent photos of the assembled sub but here below is a render of what it looks like.

More details to follow if there is an interest.
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Old 10th October 2007, 12:58 PM   #2
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Retro and new age at the same time, I like the design.
Shipping it here would be another matter...

I guess generaly people would like a few specs to see how it integrates with what they have...
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Old 10th October 2007, 01:20 PM   #3
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Yes MDF, plate amps and 12" drivers tend to be heavy

I'll get richieb00y to post some specs. In the mean time we're contemplating a few versions of the "flatpack" kit.

One with just the kit plans [panels, amp and electronics], one as a basic kit with just panels without driver hole and amp hole and full kit, with flat pack MDF panels, electronic components, driver and amp panel.
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Old 10th October 2007, 06:10 PM   #4
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A very quick overview of specs and features:

- Left and right stereo inputs (line and speaker level) with low-pass filter adjustable 40-120Hz

- LFE input

- Switch to select between these two inputs

- Phase switch 0 and -180 degrees

- Low end frequency adjustable 10-54Hz

- Low end q/damping adjustable 0.5-1.1

- 400 watts class-d amp

- output level adjustable
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