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The enclosures are approx 4cf before bracing and sub. The pair of ultimax 15s are powered with an inuke6000.

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Test fit in the housing that sits under the screen.

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Painted the front of the enclosure so nothing will be seen through the grill.

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Now I just have to make the grills so this matches the columns on each side of the screen.
 

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Wow great execution :T
 

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Thanks for the kind replies. It has been a lot of fun building this setup. Once the grills are built to match the speaker grills in the columns on each side of the screen all that will be left is a bit of molding around the bottom and a trim piece above the screen.
 

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I think the dimensions of each enclosure is about 20"H x 27"W x 15"D (internal, not including bracing and the subwoofer). I also used about 3lbs of fill.
 

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Very nicely integrated!

I also run a 2xUM15/inuke 6000 combo and it is awsome. Are you running the inuke DSP version? There is really ALOT to gain from setting the DSP right.

I also like your ceiling diffuser. Have you made it yourself?
 

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Thanks Eotas........I have the non dsp inuke. I will be getting two mini dsp units to actively run the L,C,R speakers and I will have a couple of channels left to handle the sub/inuke.

I did make the diffuser myself, however, with the materials used it acts more like an absorber (which was the intent) I just wanted to make my absorber look like a skyline diffuser because I have always liked the look of them.
 

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Very well done! About your skyline difuser, what did you make it out of? I am just starting on some acoustic management for my theater and I'll need difusion and absorbtion.
 

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Thanks jumper.......the diffuser is made with standard 2" x 2" acoustical foam so it absorbs rather than diffusing. The length of the fingers range between 1" and 4". I did use a skyline calculator for the layout though. I have just always liked the look of this type of diffuser so that was the reason behind the panel design choice.
 
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