I have been following your thread for some time, as it has been quite inspirational to take my own system to the next level. I recently purchased two of these Dayton drivers (One with the discounted Parts-Express 4 cubic feet flat pack) and one I originally bought alone. Having that built, I am quite impressed with it's performance, and seeing your build I want to go for the dual opposing design.
So I have a few questions that I haven't quite found an answer for in this thread. First, how thick of plywood did you use for this build? I seen you mentioned cabinet grade, but I don't know what thickness those typically are. I'm going to guess you used at least 3/4" plywood? Seeing the dimensions in the quote below on the cut out image, it looks like that may be it?
Is 23 wide x 25 height x 28 deep the external dimensions as well?
I have two 3/4" thick 4 x 8 sheets of birch out in the garage, as well as four 1" MDF 4 x 8 sheets out in the garage, and I've been considering building the dual opposing enclosure out of the 1"MDF.
By the way, did you get your replacement Dayton in from PE with out issue?
Edited by Hoodcom - 10/22/13 at 5:33am
Originally Posted by Gorilla83
My box is 23wide x 25height x 28 deep for a total of around ~7 cubes net. The dimensions can be easily modified if needed. I'd be happy to help you design a box, but otherwise here is my cutlist - this includes two panels for bracing and of course a double baffle on the front and back: