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  1. DIY Speakers
    I have an old pair of MTMs that were made by Zalytron. The veneer is not holding up well and is peeling badly at this point. Anything easier than old fashion scrape and sand? Cabinets are 1 1/2 front and sides with a 3 inch thick back and are as solid as could be. I think they are worth...
  2. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    I am in the process of building three subwoofers (a RSS390HO-4, RSS315HF and a rebuild of a dead Polk PSW650). I am thinking of applying maple veneer on at least one box, but I am chamfering the edges of the boxes. How do you trim the veneer on the 45 degree cuts on the edges? I normally use...
  3. Home Audio Subwoofers
    I did a quick search and didn't see pictures posted of the lovely Seaton HP SubMersive on this site, so I thought I would share my unpacking day pictures (from Nov 2011) with HTS. IMO, the black oak veneer is very easy on the eyes... The second to last picture is of my new HP SubM next to my...
  4. DIY Speakers
    I'm sure I'm not the first one to ask this, but I could not find anything via search (my google-fu is weak). I'm building the Tri-Trix kit from PE, and am planning to make them a gift for some friends of mine. I was kicking around various finishing options, and I'm kind of leaning toward...
  5. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    i heard it is better to fill the voids/imperfections on the box with bondo or a type of elacstic based putty and sanding smooth. could anyone confirm this? also i have to fill in a nice little hole on my box im going to seal it from the inside and what do i use to make it smooth? i would have...
  6. DIY Speakers
    Ive recently finished my speaker boxes using dayton reference 5" mids and there silk dome tweeter,iam ready to cover them,iam planing on using real wood veneer,this will be my first time using veneer.Ive been looking at the products from veneersupplies.com at first i was thinking about using...
  7. DIY Speakers
    While this isn't for a speaker project, it has something to do with audio. I bought some curly anigre veneer (unbacked, unfortunately) off ebay a while ago, with the intent to put it on an audio cabinet I designed. I have pretty much all the pieces veneered, but there's a bunch of bubbles and...
  8. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    I'll be picking up my Sonotube next week and was just curious if anyone had any experience using wood veneer on them. I did a Google search and saw a couple people saying it was possible, but I question how well the veneer will hold to the exterior of the Sonotube since it looks to be...
  9. Home Theater Design and Construction
    John Simpson wrote: Yeah, that's shaping up to be spectacular, Mif -- good job! That stone veneer you're using... is it Eldorado stone? We're about to start building, and will be using stone veneer extensively. As we're doing the stone ourselves, I'm keen to hear about other experiences (and I...
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