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post #1 of 7 Old 12-05-2013, 02:54 PM - Thread Starter
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Hey all, just wanted to share my project with you. I'm building two sealed 15s boxes, using the SI 15 D2, and inuke 3000dsp.I got one of the drivers last year, but its just been sitting around till now. I still have to pickup the 2nd driver, but the box for it is under way.

The box is 2.9 ft^3 with internal bracing. I'm going to finish it in a black ash veneer with a black gloss front. It comes out to a 20 in cube in all. Snagged a 3000dsp for the beans! On to the pictures.

The sub is bigger than my dog!



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Starting to come together







Looks awesome!



Driver and feet inserts in place



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Done and ready for testing!



Here is the whole album.
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That's a good looking driver...Do you have measuring gear to help you configure your DSP?

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That's a good looking driver...Do you have measuring gear to help you configure your DSP?

Thank! I do not, just messed around with it by ear so far.
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Some more pictures next to by current sub.



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That looks great, looks really nice in the wood!
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Cewl! Looking goood..

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Nice craftsmanship. I can't stress the importance of a properly eq'd sub; maybe Santa will bring you one. smile.gif

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