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    Quote Originally Posted by concealer404 View Post
    They don't seem a whole lot thicker, but they've got a "scarlet" rubber/plastic covering instead of the braided covering on the sidewinders. They're just heavier, and the connectors seem to be of higher quality.

    God i keep forgetting. I PROMISE i'll update the thread with pics tonite.
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    Are the sidewinder connectors that you have all-red plastic looking ones or these that I have here since you're comparing them to your SW's :D



    Btw, you owe that thread LOTS of pics
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    I've got these:

    I don't read the newsssspaperssss because dey aaaallllllllll...... have ugly print.

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    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.
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    Looking good with that primer!!! Lets see some paint and hi-def pics!! lol :)

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    nice DIY setup there kawizx9r.

    makes me wanna try something like this.

    did you ever finish it up? if so some pics
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    Quote Originally Posted by mole' View Post
    nice DIY setup there kawizx9r.

    makes me wanna try something like this.

    did you ever finish it up? if so some pics
    I added another coat of primer after that last shot (that was months ago), but no I did not.

    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!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kawizx9r View Post
    I added another coat of primer after that last shot (that was months ago), but no I did not.

    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!

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    man oh man would i like to have a DEEP sub like that.
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    Just looked back at the older pics.....I miss my SDA 1C's (even the boxes AND foam inserts were mint!), especially my Magneplanar's :(
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    Quote Originally Posted by kawizx9r View Post
    I added another coat of primer after that last shot (that was months ago), but no I did not.

    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!

    -Freddy
    yep she's mine and I treat her well. That sub is great and even turned up half way it will rattle my apartment with no problem.....and yes I wanted to paint her this summer but due to all the rain I haven't had a 3 day span of when I've been home to do it and let it dry out....I might wait till the fall when it cools off so its not so humid outside so the paint doesn't get runny or does something stupid...
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    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

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    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
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