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  1. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    I've decided to not paint the subwoofer box, but instead just use black speaker carpet instead. So the question is, if I'm to cover the box with carpet, should I bother to run a roundover bit on the face of the cabinet or not? (I like the look of a rounded edge but I'm afraid it will make...
  2. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    I don't have the pleasure at the moment of doing a build, but am kind of figuring out the process for executing one successfully for when I do have the opportunity. When you are calculating or subtracting volume from an enclosure, how do you account for the roundovers on a port? Is it the...
  3. DIY Speakers
    Looking at the picture bellow it becomes apparent that a large diameter roundover is crucial to speakers' smooth response in the upper range. Now the problem is that I have a 1/4" router and as hard as I've been looking I could not find a roundover bit with radius larger than 1/2". I was...
  4. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    I've already cut all of the pieces for my enclosures. I've also already assembled both of them, aside from the enclosure tops. I realize it would have been much easier to do before assemly, but now I have decided I want roudover edges. Is there a good way to go about this? If so- how? I don't...
  5. DIY Speakers
    Hey guys, Today I went to Home Depot with the parents to buy a lawn mower and on my way out decided to snag a roundover bit for the ol' Ryobi. I looked around for the 3/4" bits but there weren't any in stock so I ended up leaving with a 1/2" bit. Its been a few months since the Natalie P's were...
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