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Old 12th February 2004, 04:48 AM   #1
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OK, here's a question for the truly sick among us. I've got an opportunity to get some, um... coffins... at a really low price. The real thing, Slovenian oak, superbly made and finished. And the lining is pretty sound absorbing. Has anyone actually tried using something like this as a macabre subwoofer cabinet?

I should mention that these are unused!
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Old 12th February 2004, 04:54 AM   #2
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I feel a great surround set (how big was your room ) coming up
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Old 12th February 2004, 04:59 AM   #3
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you gotta use it as a coffee table, with a down firing subwoofer.. lol
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Has anyone actually tried using something like this as a macabre subwoofer cabinet?
Yess, it tis wery phat when M & M be kicking
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Old 12th February 2004, 05:01 AM   #5
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Will this be your 'final' subwoofer? the one that 'ends it all'?

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two things i do not want to know:

1. how you happened upon this 'opportunity', and

2. how you found out that the interior lining is 'pretty sound absorbing'.

and the corollary, 2a. (ok so that's 2.5 things): i am not wondering why 'they' saw fit to make the interior lining sound absorptive.

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We did have a mustard yellow hearse with trim (hood ornaments etc) from caskets...

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We did have a mustard yellow hearse with trim (hood ornaments etc) from caskets...

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Does that mean we'll have to move this thread to the Car Audio froum?
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I think someone's already made the "Death Box".
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