My uncle and I are going to brace the sub baffle quite a bit more tomorrow, and will seal it up completely with some heavy duty silicon. Hopefully that will solve the problem. It really only vibrates / moves around 40hz or so, if you play content below that, it doesn't really move at all. But I'm not playing anything more until the silicone is completely dry, and until it's braced very well.soho54 said:The lack of extra bracing wouldn't allow that panel to move. That indicates the panels are not joined properly.
I see you used some small nails (brads?) but what adhesive did you use to bond the panels together? If it isn't holding there, you could have problems in the panels you do not see as well.
I also didn't realize you were going to place the p-glass across a baffle wall. You will need to add a few braces from wall to wall in the throat area where the p-glass is to hold the baffle in position there. I would then loose the weather striping across the baffle, and try plumbers putty. If the sub blows it out it will be easier to see. That gap seems to be ~1/4". If so, I would glue a spacer onto the baffle wall section there, to shrink the gap as well.
Alright, I had it set around 15hz anyways.soho54 said:Anything between 10-15Hz will do.