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Old 07-21-2012, 10:38 PM - Thread Starter
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Hey everyone.

I just posted this over at the shack. I am looking for a bit of help. Some pointers if you will. I am building two rythmik subs. One for me and one for my cousin. The FV15HP is for me, and the F15HP is for him. I have time to build the boxes now, and I will have money to buy the parts later... Questions

#1 Is the 15 5/16 listed as the countersink depth of the woofer a tight fit? I am trying to get a good fit but I want to avoid the sanding to make it larger later. I have only ever counter sunk mids and tweets. Is flush mounting a sub as picky as a tweeter?

#2 I can't get the DIY section of the Rythmik website to work. Could you share measurments on the amp and any pointers on how to do a slick counter sink job on that. I have never counter sunk a plate amp before.

I have moderate wood working experience and a garage full of tools.

Thanks in advance

I look forward to hearing of your experiences

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Old 07-22-2012, 12:45 PM
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There is a DIY area just for Rythmik subs on AVS do a search for Rythmik and it will come up. The amp cut out is 9 1/8w X 11 1/8H. The driver cut out is 14 1/16 with the recess being 15 7/16. The recess is normally made by adding a 1/2" to 3/4' board over the driver not by counter sinking like you would for a speaker. This is a fairly tight fit I think it about .030 clearance around the speaker. I'm not home so I can't measure it. If you put your future post on the Rythmik DIY area you'll get better responce. I have a DIY FV15 that is a clone of the Rythmik subs. I was just looking around and stumbled onto your post. Hope this helps.
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