Even though there are hundreds of build threads for the marty line, I thought I would partake!
I've intentionally taken a lot of photos for people who like detail. I hope that this inspires and maybe helps others who are considering doing this.
If you have any questions, feel free to respond to this or PM me; I will do my best to help!
Enclosure design : Mini Marty
Driver: Stereo Integrity SI-18 V2
Amp: iNUKE 6000DSP
Tools and supplies:
PPE ( eyewear and ear protection)
Two saw horses
(X2) 4' x 8' (3/4 inch) MDF
(X1) 2' x 4' (1/4 inch) MDF
(X6) 2" x 2" x 8' (bracing)
4 1/2" electrical sander
1.5" brad nails
2' x 9' of foam insulation
Makeshift work table out of 2x4's
Air gun for nails
Cut off saw
Right angle measurement ruler
Copper speaker wire
4 pole speakon post
YouTube and Google.
Friends that have helped and answered my silly questions:
Bought x2 4' X 8' MDF from Home Depot and had them cut it. They cut it surprisingly well!
There are a few minor imperfections that we will seal up. Not too bad.
Dry fitter the port supports and walls to insure they will work.
Port bottom and back
2" x 2" wood for bracing
Prepping the nut holes on the front baffle. There was concern with how little space there was between the inner opening and the nut holes, so we slightly angled the nut holes outward so that the T-Nuts would have enough space to work appropriately. Also took a 1" bit on the back side and angled it in appropriately so that the T-Nut housing would have a true 100% bite into the wood:
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