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  1. Cabinet Builders

    DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Anybody know a good cabinet builder in the Temecula/Hemet/San Diego area here in SoCal? thanks.
  2. Any DIY Builders looking Build?

    DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Hi all, I'm looking to have a passive home theater sub built for my set up. I have a crown amp sitting idle and I want to put her to some good use. Thinking about an 15' or 18" build. I've thought about one cab with passive radiators if that's possible. The finish could be simply black or if...
  3. Kit Builders

    AV Home Theater
    Who has built electronic kits, like Heathkit and Knight Kit? I built several over the years. Now the major kit companies are long gone, unable to compete with the major brands. But, boy were they fun! What did you build, and most importantly - did it work when you turned in on for the first...
  4. Any sealed ZRT builders out there?

    DIY Speakers
    I just ordered the ZRT component kit from Madisound using reduced BSC for nearfield use (home studio). I haven't ordered cabinets for them yet, and will be doing a sealed (acoustic suspension) version of the design. Has anyone out there done this yet? What volume cab did you use? Thanks!
  5. any BASIC sub Cabinet builders in So California??

    DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    I was planning on purchasing a Sub cabinet 19X19X19 (3 cu ft sealed) from PE, for about $190. Turns out they want over $70 shipping I have shipped a lot of heavy stuff lately in large boxes, I am really surprised shipping is this much. OH well, that gets my total up to around $260 for just the...
  6. Calling All Sonotube Builders For A Little Help On My Tempest X Build

    DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Greetings all, I will be getting underway on my first sonotube build this weekend. It is going to be a 300L tube tuned to 17hz. I just have a few question before I get started. I was wondering what everyone is using for sound deadening. Also, how to attach it to the inside of the tube. I...
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