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I have a pair of CSS SDX12 3cuft PR boxes I'm looking at integrating a little more into the room. I'm fairly handy with woodworking and thought about making subs that tuck into the front two corners and fit underneath some bass traps of roughly the same dimensions. This would have the driver and two PRs on the same face in a triangular box (driver centered). With the stupid high prices of MDF right now, I would like to ensure I'm wasting my time on a design that's doomed from the start.

would anyone like to critique this approach? If this particular design is not feasible, what could i do with roughly the same form?
 

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Good evening, all!

I have a pair of CSS SDX12 3cuft PR boxes I'm looking at integrating a little more into the room. I'm fairly handy with woodworking and thought about making subs that tuck into the front two corners and fit underneath some bass traps of roughly the same dimensions. This would have the driver and two PRs on the same face in a triangular box (driver centered). With the stupid high prices of MDF right now, I would like to ensure I'm wasting my time on a design that's doomed from the start.

would anyone like to critique this approach? If this particular design is not feasible, what could i do with roughly the same form?
Your approach commits you to a specific sub placement. Bass response is highly dependent on the placement of the subs in the listening room. How can you guarantee ahead of time that this placement will be optimal? Have you run any REW measurements? Typically, corner placement is not the best spot for the subs.
 
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