I've got these:
I don't read the newsssspaperssss because dey aaaallllllllll...... have ugly print.
Sweet, same kind then.
Was just wondering how much better they are/look/feel then because I did see a pair of sidewinders with the all red-connectors and they looked and felt real cheap.
Looking good with that primer!!! Lets see some paint and hi-def pics!! lol :)
nice DIY setup there kawizx9r.
makes me wanna try something like this.
did you ever finish it up? if so some pics
It's in Chris' possession now, and I believe it's still looking the same but I bet he's enjoying it much more than I did. I needed a musical sub, that sub I made was built for HT and man did it dig deep!
Wyred SX1000 monos
Dynavector p75 modded phono stage
Rega P25 modded-Denon 103R Cart
Modded Music Hall DAC Burson op amps
Richard Grey 600S
MIT Shotgun IC's and SC
I saw this thread a few weeks ago after I got my 60's and thought I would try it out since the little Kenwood 10" I was using wasn't keeping up.
Used a Titanic 12 and a 240 PE amp in a ported 4 cf box. :D And I didn't have such a good experience at Home Depot since they only had 4 X 8 sheets of MDF and said to place an order to have it cut and come back in 3 days, it "should" be ready. WTF?
Since the sub is centered under my plasma I made it wider than tall and found 3/4 MDF shelving that was 23 3/4 X 48 which was much more manageable and I didn't have to wait for cutting.
This thing is nice though. I've never had a "real" sub and this thing fully pressurizes the room. For about $300 total this thing rocks
Titanic MKIII 12
Sorry for the bad phone pic
IDK if you can even see the laminate contact paper stuff I used from PE
Definitely an easy, fun project for anyone :D
Titanic MKIII 12
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