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post #1 of 4 Old 07-09-2012, 09:33 AM - Thread Starter
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What do you guys use for a grill for your subwoofer? Is there a website that sells them or is there something easy to do from a hardware store or something?

For legs, is there a website that sells different types? Mine will be on a tile floor for now I think, but probably on carpet in the near future.

For connecting a pro amplifier to the subwoofer I got a binding post thing. To connect the subwoofer to the binding post though, should I sodder it or is there some sort of connector that just plugs in / out of the subwoofer? Also what gage wire should I use inside the subwoofer, the driver is a tc sounds lms-r 15" 1000w rms/4000 peak and the amp is a behringer ep4000 2400w rms.
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Parts-express.com has pretty much everything you need.

Speaker feet and spikes
Grill cloth
Speaker grills

I just realized that you're from Ontario. I'm not sure about their shipping policy but hopefully you can get them to ship to you.
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Yeah I've looked on there, they don't seem to have any selection for speaker grills though.

I guess I could just make a wooden frame for the grill and put some nice cloth on it.
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That's the standard for DIY grills. PE does have a grill kit, but it's just an adjustable frame.
http://www.diysoundgroup.com/flat-packs-1.html

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