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xsd1998 26th October 2010 11:03 PM

SUBWOOFER ROCK SOLID BASS
 
PERRLESS 10 AND PERRLESS 10 PRs PUT IN A 30 LITRE MARBLE ENCLOSURE

Cal Weldon 26th October 2010 11:34 PM

Pictures when you're done please.

Top Shelf 27th October 2010 05:02 PM

Niiice, epoxy for the marble joints?

xsd1998 28th October 2010 10:33 PM

PICTURES WILL BE UP SOON IN DETAIL. AS SOON AS I FIND OUT HOW TO POST THEM
AS FOR THE HIGH PITCHED RINGING SOUND THERE ISN'T ANY
IT HAS BEEN TAKEN CARE OF BY INTERNAL BRACING AND TARING
AND STRONG EPOXY GLUE FOR THE JOINTS. THE SOUND IS JUST MIND BLOWING
SOLID DEEP AND ACCURATE NOT TO MENTION THEY WEIGH IN AT 50 kg EACH

Cal Weldon 28th October 2010 10:49 PM

Sounds great but why are you yelling?

xsd1998 28th October 2010 10:58 PM

Sorry about the yelling i thought you couldn't hear me the subs where to loud

xsd1998 28th October 2010 11:50 PM

This is my first time in a forum, i thought i made something that might be of interest to other DIY audioholics my apologies for the caps, now can some one please explain how to post the pictures so that we can get back on the topic. Thank you

motosapien 29th October 2010 02:51 AM

You can make speaker cabs out of soapstone too. I worked right next door to an outfit in California who make soapstone counter tops and sinks - even cookware. They used epoxy to glue it.

tinitus 29th October 2010 03:47 AM

unfortunately sometimes a few "good" but OT posts have to be deleted, along with malice posts, simply to give a thread a chance to stay clean, and move on with the subject

:cop:

TerryO 29th October 2010 09:02 PM

I'd be interested in what epoxy formula or glue is used for marble, granite or slate. I seem to remember that some have used a specially engineered adhesive formula for these applications, but I may be thinking of something else.

This is certainly interesting as many have used the above mentioned stone for various projects and it would be nice to have some "concrete" information (Boo, Hiss....).
:D

Pictures of the project would be welcome.

Best Regards,
TerryO


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