Originally Posted by noah katz
Just run your hand around it while it's playing and you should find it easy enough.
That is a good idea, I didn't consider that it might be that easy.
OSB is definately stronger than MDF. Would you prefer to spend 30 years walking around an upstairs room flooring built of MDF or OSB.
I would definately choose OSB.
But it's a completely different type of wood build.
I tried it, thinking it would be terrible. Then I was impressed because it actually works okay
. At least down low
But now that I've got my sub EQ'd flat out to ~150hz (flatter than it was
), I'm hearing some terrible sounds. Before the EQ, my sub would fall on it's face about 50hz, then pick up and fall flat on it's face again about 80hz.
I can only assume the bad sounds I'm hearing are bad harmonics.
Or I'm expecting too much.
Or I've got too much EQ boost (overdriving).
Or something else that I haven't considered.
Either way, I've brought home 6sqft of MDF and plan to build a sealed box tonight.