The goal again to have high quality bass to match my line arrays:
One pair of subwoofers to fit under the front projection screen. 40" wide x 29" high x 15" deep.
Pretty standard ported subwoofer design. One little twist, to increase the port length a couple of inches I am going to an exhaust nozzle extending a couple of inches out the side of the speaker.
The 1" MDF has been purchased and mostly cut to size.
Purchased 6" thin-walled sewer pipe. The pipe is huge! I suddenly got a sense of the enormity of this project, notice the t-square for scale. It was only available in 10' lengths.
Drawing First Dust!
The 15" hole looks awfully small on the front plate! The jig is a big circle cutting jig.
Before the first fitting test.
The Dayton RS HiFi 15". The speakers are gorgeous! They have black aluminum drivers, huge magnets and surrounds. They have these even proportions, that make them look like a giant five or six inch driver. Kinda weird.
The subwoofers are recessed and flush mounted.
Actually, the rim hole was just a bit undersized, and I had to sand it a bit with a dremel to fit.
More to come...