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post #121 of 125 Old 07-24-2013, 08:04 AM
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I don't see why guys won't use MDF anymore. Other than the dust, it's easy to get, cheap, works very well. Just use a plywood mounting panel and be done. I do use BB but for the most part, I still use mdf for most builds that aren't the size of a house tongue.gif

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I used MDF for my entire uber mains and multiple DO sub enclosures. A thread for those will go up soon.

Yea yea yea.....

Can't stain MDF and get that Glawsy look mayne...

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post #122 of 125 Old 07-24-2013, 03:43 PM
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Yea yea yea.....

Can't stain MDF and get that Glawsy look mayne...

And lots of guys that DO stain their BB make it look like a pile of garbage since they have no idea what they are doing. Veneering is not very hard, they are lots of options, lots of the guys just roll on duratex anyways cool.gif

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Finally had time to replace the sub and set everything back up in the living room.



Gold is no EQ, Green is Audyssey XT. All I've done so far is set them up and run Audyssey. It looks good to me. I could probably get it flat to 6Hz if I EQ'd before Audyssey, but I'm not too concerned.

I prefer the sound quality to my old Dayton HFs and the output and extension (since I had to run a HPF with the Daytons).

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Excellent! Pretty damn good FR using A-XT.

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Excellent! Pretty damn good FR using A-XT.

I'm with Scott, very good looking FR! smile.gif
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