Hey fellow bass-heads!
I just wrapped up my dual sealed TC Sounds 18" LMS-5400 project.
I decided to go with oak endtables this time to match the existing woodwork in my basement HT room.
They are roughly 24" high X 24" wide by 37" deep and weigh in around 200 lbs. each. Sorry the pictures are not the best, but better than nothing. All in all not too bad for my second attempt at woodworking.
Side by side, grills off:
Front with grill on:
The flash really makes the 4" casters show when they are turned a certain way. However, you really can't see them in the room. I made the legs a 1/4" short to allow for sliding but still touch the carpeting. That really worked out well. The break in the wood underneath the flushmounted grill is to provide a place to grab it for removal The grills are held on by noedymium magnets which worked great with proper planning. The drivers are recessed 1.5".
I ended up with one titanium cone and one black aluminum. I wish I could have gotten a second titanium cone. Man, it is definitely several times stiffer than the aluminum version, nearly indestructable in comparison.
I can't remember what the cubes are, I think right around 5 cubic feet.
This design allows me to place one nearfield and one in the original corner. Hopefully, I will get some time to really play and take some measurements.
Right now they are being powered by a Crown CE4000 with SMS-1 doing EQ duty. I will be bringing a second CE4000 online shortly. I certainly don't need it in my 1700 cubic foot room, but I will just for fun.
Edited by jpmst3 - 1/19/13 at 10:16am