I've owned a F15 for about a year and a'half now, and I'm pretty satisfied with the sound it produces, but of course I want more
Ideally I would purchase one more F15 but at the time this is not included in the family budget. Enrico confirmed by mail that the amp and driver in the F15 can be used in a ported box, so I'm now in the process of building an FV15 copy. Of course I will keep the F15 cab for the future if the FV15 doesn't respond as expected in my HT. If you are familiar with norwegian, you're welcome to follow my thread over at http://avforum.no/forum/diy-do-yours...fv15-kopi.html
. And please excuse my english as it's not my native language
Our local lumberyard could not supply MDF thicker than 6 mm or plywood thicker than 15 mm, so I'm going to laminate x boards of 12 mm plywood. The side, top and bottom will be 2x12 mm = 24 mm, the front and back will be 3x12mm = 36 mm. Yesterday I cut out 1 of 2 plywood sheets, ergo about half the boards are cut, one of the side panels are laminated. Here's som pictures.
Board layot on the plywood sheet. Do not pay too much attention to the text on the boards as they are intended for my own use.
My saw blade is not as sharp as it should, but I was'n able to get a replacement. The accuracy is okay-ish...
About 3 hours later:
Lamination i progress. I'm using plain white Casco wood glue