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post #31 of 36 Old 09-24-2013, 08:36 PM
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Cogeng, what did you use to line the cabinets with and how much? I am building 3 Fusion Pure 10's for my theater too and not sure what to use
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I used a bunch of polybatting, just glued it on with left over wood glue. It came up to about even with the bracing, so maybe 1.5 - 2 inches thick. LTD suggested using pink fluffy, and I have seen people use recycled cotton as well as egg crate foam.
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I used a bunch of polybatting, just glued it on with left over wood glue. It came up to about even with the bracing, so maybe 1.5 - 2 inches thick. LTD suggested using pink fluffy, and I have seen people use recycled cotton as well as egg crate foam.

Cool. Thanks for the quick reply. Did you put any on the bottom of the cabinet? I read we are not supposed to block the ports.

Sorry, didn't see that earlier in the thread.
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I actually did put some underneath the ports but not extending out behind them, just to where the ports opened up inside the cab.
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Thanks for the info. Great job by the way, speaker looks really good.
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Thanks marki, a couple coats of Duratex really makes it easy smile.gif
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