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There's another 1/2" piece of wood going on the back, right know there is about 1/8" from the heatsink to the port.:bigsmile:Nice bracing Rodny, looks like it will be very solid. It does look like pretty tight clearance for the amp though!
:thud:PS, you still need a hole in the front baffle for the port to work properly...
:whistling: :bigsmile:dont go changing other peoples posts to make yourself feel better...
:yes:your doing double layer front piece right?
Thanks Mike!!!:TNice work, Rodny!
I will second this. My bash 300 does not leak and I didn't add any extra sealing. This was testing at excursion limits @20Hz. If there was a leak I am pretty sure it would have whistled .The Bash amps don't need to be separately sealed from the sub cabinet. Whether you do a slot or round port, just remember the amp requires 3.5 inches of mounting depth.
Not on this one, we got really busy at work so no extra time to do side work:crying:, maybe next box!!:dumbcrazy:Look'n good Rodny. Are you going to be able to incorporate the 3/4" plexiglass into this sub? It would be pretty neat to use if for the side to show off the work you did on the port. It would also make a good visual tool to show people how the inside of a sub looked. Add your neon and that would be one funky sub.
It was easier for me to build the port this way!:bigsmile:Interesting slot design. Is there a reason you didn't use the bottom/side walls for the port? Or at least the use the bottom to save some box volume.
Its not that bad really!!That slot port looks like it was a lot of work. Turned out well though.:T
Yeah right!!Kyle... he must not be getting any work done at the shop... working on this thing all day long. :whistling: