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Old 10th April 2005, 07:29 AM   #1
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My first DIY project. The 15" Dayton Titanic MKIII. Pics

Check out my site to see some pics of how I built my first DIY sub. The site is still under construction, and that's not my theater on the home page. Right now the sub is in the paint shop. I'll post pics of the finished product. You can click on the pics to see larger images.

Any comments will be appreciated and welcome. Hope you like my first creation. This stuff is fun.
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Nice looking box, would love to see the painted pics.
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Very nice looking sub! What are your overall outside dimensions?
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The dimensions are 19"x19"x19 1/2" approx. and is really heavy (Can't be carried by one person). I'll give you the right dimensions when I get it back.

BTW, It'll be finished in a black piano finish.
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In case someone is too lazy to go to my site here's are some pics.
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Too bad the pics didn't work. Don't know why.
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Here's an image of the final product.
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