It really is DIY, THe paint matches our walls so the sub "hides" better. The sheen is from three coats of Behr primer then sanding and then three coats of paint (a little shiny form being bathroon wall paint semi gloss)That doesn't look diy, really. It doesn't look that large for the depth in response your graph is showing: what are the external measurements on that thing anyways? How did you know the trio driver would be a good fit for the design?
Thanks for the compliments!! I am eagerly awaiting your builds!! At this point (until i finish the basement) this sub is enough for us. We will see what I canget away with downstairs :bigsmile::bigsmile:mwmkravchenko?
Oh he is building and tweeking as the days go by. What comes out of this will be most interesting!
But I have to question how long is the path length for the sub you have the TRIO12 in. Almost flat to 19 hz is jaw dropping. I posted the response off of Bill's site. He is a great designer. But the horn is a might bit short to go down much past 20hz. To be fair Bill measured in a half space or 2Pi environmet at least that is what is stated in the post. THe low end will come up by 4 or 5db when loaded into a corner like you have it shown. So it will sound great.
The box you built looks wonderfull by the way. Excellent job.
Mine is good down to 16hz with about 6 db down. But it is substantially longer. I just dug up Bill's article in AudioXpress. The one I'm working on is 50% longer. Rattles the false teeth loose on most people. :hsd:
But when I get it as flat as I can I will post the results. Just hate leaving well enough alone!