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  1. Doing it correctly is using lots of glue and lots of pressure and time? Sent from my SM-N920I using Tapatalk
  2. I was planning on using ply as that is what I have experience with. I've never used MDF before, what do you just glue it no screws ? My mind is having a hard time believing that it has enough strength with just glue especially if you're making a sealed box you can imagine pressures it would have to withstand Sent from my SM-N920I using Tapatalk
  3. So you are gluing two metal plates together? Sent from my SM-N920I using Tapatalk
  4. Love the shots Stain0, nice build. Shame about the damage. i noticed that the amp is 6000w Too much juice?
  5. Subwoofer flat pack

    all good. look forward to seeing your build .
  6. Subwoofer flat pack

    ok great. you will have to give us your critical thoughts on the differences of one vs two subs, once you finish your second of course. I know allot of people like me are questioning the cost of another sub vs the improvement.
  7. Subwoofer flat pack

    not I. so parts express are cheaper then theloudspeakerkit.com.au http://www.theloudspeakerkit.com/dayton-audio-um18-22-18-ultimax-dvc-subwoofer-dual ? I think they just put the price up from ~$550 to $640 + $10 shipping
  8. Subwoofer flat pack

    yep i know about minimarty, fullmarty, johnny sub and others but I want to stick with 2 sealed. would be preferable for me because of size and time to build. edit. Nice shot, nice build! What driver did you get and where?
  9. Subwoofer flat pack

    $730 using transdirect website via TNT. It says I need a truck with a hydraulic tailgate because over 30kg, which would take it to $800. $400 for one. thats shipping only. lol thanks for the offer Hippy, will see, i might hit you up . have to get the drivers first. Edit. but not at that price.
  10. Subwoofer flat pack

    54x59x36 14kg each
  11. Subwoofer flat pack

    CNC machine. wow very advanced. looks like they would be fun to play around with. yeah, looks like the best option will be to cut myself either 16mm ply or mdf using jig and circular saw. any of you guys ordered the Stereo Integrity 18HT subwoofer driver from the US? looks like amazing value, apart from the fact that it costs more the ship it to Australia then the driver itself. If the shipping wasn't much more for two, then id get two of them. can't find any cheap places as of yet.
  12. Subwoofer flat pack

    i saw that . 2x dayton 18" drivers and flat pack was about $550 in shipping alone. bit too high. Edit. i wonder if you could get a subwoofer like this to go below 20hz : https://djcity.com.au/product/skytec-swa18-18-inch-powered-subwoofer/?gclid=Cj0KCQjw0ejNBRCYARIsACEBhDPt1wTeK5j7u_S9wd2-VEv8DDW-MVwAj6bJDmT587aljHAaBpW9r0IaApkMEALw_wcB
  13. Subwoofer flat pack

    cheers for that, but really looking for the 18" variety.
  14. Subwoofer flat pack

    these look good: http://www.diysoundgroup.com/sealed-subwoofer-flatpacks.html id be interested in the last one, the 4 cu ft one.
  15. Subwoofer flat pack

    Hey guys does anyone know where I can get a subwoofer flat pack in Australia? I know in America they have many options in flat packs and you can grab one for around 100 US dollars. I just doubt they would send one to Australia, for a reasonable price anyway Sent from my SM-N920I using Tapatalk
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