Originally Posted by MKtheater
Hey, why the hell would you consider a commercial sub if you are a contractor? With those skills I would go even crazier and build the most difficult speakers and subs,...
After a lifetime of building stuff for others? LOL! LOL! LOL!
When I retired, I gave truck loads of tools and stuff away so I couldn't do things when I retired. I'm retired and there's no way I want to revive a lifetime of building things.
I called the state and cancelled my licenses, I retired with three unblemished licenses.
I don't want a table saw, drill press; nothing. I have a cordless power drill and a chop saw from a pawn shop and some minor power tools. I don't want anybody local knowing I have "skills."
Does make it hard to hire subs to work on the home? Yes. But when it comes to building subwoofers, what others have to offer, works for me.
(Yes, I'll remodel the hall bath for the wife but only so she gets what she wants.)
-Edited by BeeMan458 - 2/19/13 at 2:18pm