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I sold the TC-2000 15" driver that was installed in my 336liter LLT enclosure so now I am looking to sell the enclosure itself. It is built using 24" Sonotube and the ends are painted in black with a protective finish. I used a PSP 6" double flared port and it is tuned to 14.5Hz. The outside is covered with black marine carpet. The inside is lined with 2" Wedge Foam from www.foambymail.com There are a few drivers that would be good for this enclosure:

The CSS SDX-15 available from http://www.creativesound.ca/

A custom FiCarAudio Q15 from http://www.ficaraudio.com/

The Exodus Audio Tempest-X from http://www.diycable.com

The SoundSplinter Rl-p 15 from http://www.soundsplinter.com/

I'd like to keep this local. I am willing to drive halfway for someone who is no more than 1hr30min away.

I am asking $125 but will accept offers.



 

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Well, I am still trying to sell it.

No, I was happy with the results. It started with the order of a Maelstrom-X to try out. After I built the Maelstrom-X sealed sub, I needed some money and the quickest way was to sell the TC-2000 out of my LLT. So now the enclosure is left empty and I still need some money but no one is biting on it. Its a shame cause its a good enclosure and would make for a great sub, it just needs a driver and an amp.
 

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It's definitely worth it for someone local wanting to build a sonosub. The materials in it are worth your asking price. Tried craigslist?
I did. I may try it again. I fear that most of the people looking on craigslist have no idea what a DIY sub really is.
 

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I did. I may try it again. I fear that most of the people looking on craigslist have no idea what a DIY sub really is.
Are you kidding? Not much of a sociologist, are you? It would be fairly accurate to say that nobody does. You've just got to hold out for those few. Include a lot of search terms, especially "sonotube."
 

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Seriously, though, if you are going to try shipping it, use a bus service, like Greyhound package express, or whatever they call it. It's slower, but much cheaper.
 

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Is this still available please?
I checked the bus service and it only goes to Seattle.
Would it be possible to let them laugh at you in the Post Office?
Parcel Post if accepted is the cheapest way for my location.
Of course I am assuming you are a man of leisure!
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It is still available, but:

Parcel Post packages can weigh up to 70 pounds and measure up to 130 inches in combined length and distance around the thickest part
I checked the calculator, and it is too big to ship even using Parcel Post.
 

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You must have PM function turned off. The way you access it is by clicking on my username and then clicking on "send a private message to WillyD".

Anyway, just send me an email at wadeere AT carolina DOT rr DOT com
 
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