Then comes my wife to the rescue!
She has me help her clean in the garage, and I find, stacked among other boxes of unused speakers, a pair of DIYMA R12's that I forgot about! So, I can build some tiny (1.75ft) subs up front and still have room for sound deadening, then put the 4 MFW-15's and single SDX-15 along the back wall without worry.
Now for this semester to end so I can finally have time to build some enclosures. Ah man, the wood shop will close during break...crap.
HT: Yamaha RX-V565 | 3 X Energy Take FPS, 2 X VS Surround, 2 X Take LCR | DIY Subs: SDX12 APR15 & TRIO12 Dual APR 12's | 47" LCD
Music: Yamaha RX-V863 | 2 X Energy RC-70 | MA RXw12 Sub
Bathroom: 2 X Energy Take LCR
Car: Sony Xplod HU, Xplod 6X9s, Kenwood 4"s, Alpine 12" Type-S, Rockford Amp,...
Dang, now I gotta clean my garage. I won't find anything nearly as cool as you did, though.
Audio took a back seat to my beer brewing this past year and that's why I forgot about them. Now I need to get four curve walled enclosures built, a'la PI style...err well I'll try to take as many pics as you.
How has the brewing experience been so far?
I have bottled: Bluemoon clone, Brown ale, spiced tripel (Christmas ale), tripel w/orange, chocolate Russian Imperial Stout, chocolate RIS w/oak & whiskey, hoppy rye wheat ale, oktoberfest, baltic porter, 'nother RIS, and cranberry skeeter pee.
Fermenting: Belgian quad, chocolate milk imperial stout later aged with oak and bourbon.
In the queue: Belgian quad with cherries, oak, and bourbon.
Not a beer I brewed, but since we're talking about it and DIY audio...
I'm going to rebuild them too since they're in boring cubic bare MDF boxes. I want all of my subs and speakers to have curved side walls.
Well, I either didn't use enough rye and too much wheat, or I used too much hops. The way it is now, it's not dry enough for a ryeIPA , or it's too hoppy for a rye wheat ale, which are the two styles it falls between.
I just picked up stuff to make a Belgian quad that I'll age on cherries, dates, medium toasted french oak chips, and whiskey. It's my attempt to mimick Boulevard's bourbon barrel quad.
It's one of the categories, a beer with a breakfast serial added in the mash lol.