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10-02-16 07:44 PM
jeffrobinson Well the Johnnysub twins are done and two movies later I realize I need more front stage...?
09-07-16 08:10 PM
jeffrobinson Laminate on!! First cab done minus driver mounting and wiring.
07-30-16 03:04 PM
jeffrobinson Im 5'9" and fat as Santa Claus. This box is 6' at 19hz slot port and big as a clothes dryer.
07-30-16 03:01 PM
jeffrobinson Johnnysubs are huge. Wifeshockingly huge.
04-26-16 08:29 AM
jeffrobinson
Re: First HT DIY Subwoofer for a noob on a budget..

Thanks, Cap! I did a lil snooping and it would appear Mike P. hasn't posted since 2014. He was a soldier, and I'm sure sorely missed. I know there are still lots of super smart folks here, my self not included. That said, I look forward to moving ahead on these cabinets, and I promised I'd be posting my progress in pictures. I might have a question or two along the way. Thanks for having me back!
04-26-16 07:52 AM
BD55
Re: First HT DIY Subwoofer for a noob on a budget..

Noice! I don't have an answer to your question unfortunately, but good on you for resurrecting your thread, and with a nice amp too! I'm looking forward to you working on this!
04-25-16 06:09 PM
jeffrobinson Stoked! A grown-up amp!
04-25-16 06:02 PM
jeffrobinson Bumping my very old thread. Absence makes the heart grow fonder. Well it's been a long while, but I'm still in this. Mike P. did a work up for me using a 300 watt bash as my power for the P.G. 15's I'm hoarding. Since then I've picked up a QSC 1450 & Art Cleanbox Pro. This will be feeding the subs 700w rms each. Is there going to be any trouble with that in a 6' 20hz slot ported cab? If, of course you guys forgive me for my work ethic. ?
11-19-13 03:42 PM
jeffrobinson
Re: First HT DIY Subwoofer for a noob on a budget..

After a brief wiki of the terminology in that response Doug, I am reminded how little I know.....Thank you just the same
11-19-13 03:25 PM
dougc
Re: First HT DIY Subwoofer for a noob on a budget..

It depends the most where the center of the driver is. Quarter spaces along the walls is where they would handle room modes, which quarters and which walls is the tricky part.
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