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Old 14th July 2005, 01:36 AM   #1
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Hello Everyone-

I have completed my first speaker project, dual 10" subs in a 200-Liter box. Here is a write-up and some pics.

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Always feels nice to get the first one under your belt doesn't it?

As they say, you never forget your first. Good work Zach.

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infinately better than MY first sub with a pair of tens, ahhh two lightning audio subs in a 1.5 cubic foot box ported to 40hz :O with one 2" port!!
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You might want to invest in some grill cloth. The pink Pyle logos are a bit feminine looking.
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Do you really have nothing better to say than that? Why did you bother?

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You might want to invest in some grill cloth. The pink Pyle logos are a bit feminine looking
I don't mind......I kinda agree. I am just happy to get them to where they are at. Someday, I want to build a one sub enclosure (12" NHT or Adire) and build it into a coffee table/end table. I have seen that project posted somewhere and I thought it was an excellent idea.
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Default Nice Job

Zach: They look great,those 2 ten inchers should move some air!
Now you can start thinking about the next one...Bob C.
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Old 21st July 2005, 03:25 AM   #9
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Sick

Ive just finished my first Subwoofer project as well, yours looks sick, mine isnt painted yet,

I had to make mine at college because i have no tools at all. as soon as i finished sanding and sealing the box I took it home straigt away for testing

My sub involved:

85 litre box
12" US audio woofer
2 ports tuned 19 hz

40cm wide x 40cm depth x 60cm high

350 watt at 4 ohms plat amp from ebay with remote and volume module

My output responce is not flat at all from 20hz - 60hz there is a 25 db difference, 20hz being 90db at 1 meter outside

I am so proud of my DIY subwoofer

MUST MAKE ANOTHER ONE but this time witha tempest 15" D2 woofer witha 200 litre box. It will Cane
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