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    Just an FYI, you can make your own using "closed...

    Just an FYI, you can make your own using "closed cell foam tape" from home repair centres. I've used it for many a speaker project and it works great.
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    Trailer Park Boys is the best ****in' show on TV....

    Trailer Park Boys is the best ****in' show on TV.

    http://www.trailerparkboys.com/
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    Check the gasket on the Shiva. Farting is usually...

    Check the gasket on the Shiva. Farting is usually not a problem with the driver, but an air leak.

    Closed cell foam tape for sealing doors works great.
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    You can get a optical cable. I have a couple of...

    You can get a optical cable. I have a couple of them. On one end it looks like a stereo mini plug and the other looks like a traditional Toslink plug. I use them for digital recording onto mini disc....
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    Hi Tour, I just changed my screen name, I'm...

    Hi Tour,

    I just changed my screen name, I'm gatemplin.

    The Polks are ported, and ported speakers roll off at 24 dB per octave below tuning (vs 12 dB per in the BM or sub low pass). And since...
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    Ah yes, trepanation. I tried this with a drill...

    Ah yes, trepanation. I tried this with a drill press myself but a plunge router would work, a 3/4" roundover bit would make it look pretty fancy too. I may have gone too deep though.

    I'll have to...
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    No dont worry about it. That is only about 1.5...

    No dont worry about it. That is only about 1.5 cubic inches.

    Radial braces are more effective but obviously are harder to make and take up more room.
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    It depends how much and what type of bracing you...

    It depends how much and what type of bracing you are doing. You are right though, just find the volume of the brace, minus the hole etc, then add that again to the internal volume.
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    The more bracing the better. Just account for it...

    The more bracing the better. Just account for it in the volume when designing the new enclosures. You can make them taller without consequence.

    Just try to keep the rear of the drivers as clear...
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    I see the slope now, you can do that with a 45*...

    I see the slope now, you can do that with a 45* chamfer bit.

    The difference in distances probably doesn't have much to do with the drivers. The panels vibrate, by using a radial brace you divide...
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    That's me. I think you have it right but you...

    That's me.

    I think you have it right but you lost me on the sloped part.

    Let me know if you have some questions about the towers.


    DKG,

    We gotta see some pics of the new theater.
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    You flush mount by measuring the outer diameter...

    You flush mount by measuring the outer diameter of the driver, then set up the circle jig. Measure the depth of the flange and set it on the stopper. Then you drill a hole in the baffle and go to...
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    Definitely get a plunge router Sid. It is a...

    Definitely get a plunge router Sid. It is a better investment at this point. You can get a good one for around 150 to 200. But dont go cheap on the bits.

    You can probably also build your own...
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    Welcome to CP, Yep that will work. The roll...

    Welcome to CP,

    Yep that will work. The roll off of the Polks is probably 4th order though, and the crossover on the sub is likely 2nd order.

    My personal preference is to always use the...
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