I finished a pair of GR Research Super Vs last Christmas.
The top of the speaker uses a 12" P-audio co-ax.
Its beautiful sounding but not much to look at.
I decided that I only wanted to grill the P-Audio, and leave
the bottom subs exposed. This is what I came up with.
Started with 1/4" MDF and scribe and cut it to the shape I wanted.
I decided I wanted the grill to stand off from the cabinet, so I bought some cleats
that accepted a fine thread. The grill is screwed on from the back.
Because of the open baffle design this is very easy
Pictures of the MDF with the cleats embedded and glued in place.
After the glue had dried I painted the frames black.
Heres a pic of the cleat from the back edge before I cleaned the extra
glue and debris away from them.
Once I had them prepped I started to cover them in grill cloth. I have no pics of
the process but I used a hot glue gun and popsicle sticks to smear and hold, stretch
the fabric down. once glued I took a razor blade and trimmed the excess material away.
It worked extremely well. A pic of the grill with fabric applied.
A pic of the screws holding the grill in place from behind.
Finally a pic of the finished speaker