I had bought a dual opposing flat pack from Erich's site, and had been (slowly) working on it.
Recently I got my six-prong 1/4" t-nuts installed on both ends, and am working on getting it prepped for primer. Only thing I haven't done so far is figure out what paint I want to use. I'm thinking at least flat black, spray paint.
I recently got in 1" Sonic Barrier padding to put inside the cabinet, haven't yet done so. Though I'm not sure if I want to use my bi-amp binding post terminals or my Speakon connectors. Not quite a decision I had made up my mind for yet. The latter option seems to be a bit of a pain in the butt to do, considering I'm working with 8 gauge wire here.
If anything, I DID at least get the amp side of the main speaker wire done with one. These speakon connectors I got support 10 gauge wire, which is what I stripped the 8 gauge down to. The pain in the butt part, is this was the first time I soldered any speakon connectors, so it was a learning experience for me. lol
I'm just not sure if I really want to have the connector on the back baffle or back side of the cabinet. At least the binding post I can let it be on the bottom center of the cabinet, hidden. (I wouldn't use banana plugs on it, I'd just hook straight wire.) However I like the idea of speakon connectors actually 'locking'. Anyone have any thoughts on the matter?
Also, here are some pictures of some of the progress, I didn't capture every moment. Our cat liked it though!