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post #1 of 3 Old 04-17-2006, 11:32 AM - Thread Starter
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This will probably sound like a stupid question but, I have a Dayton 10" sub. that I would like to dismantel and build a Sonatube out of. Is this possible?? Bascially I am getting a new sub and will have this one left over and would like to experiment. Is this just a big waste of time? Is it possible to increase sound quality?
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It probably is a waste of your time. I'd just try to sell the Dayton for a few bucks and buy some dvds or cds. *Sonotube* by the way ;)
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Sonotube, a registered trademark from some company that makes
cylinder concrete forms.

If you use Quik-Tube, a fiber cylinder from Quikrete, will your subwoofer
be now called a Quiksub ?

:p



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The perfect setting for things to come......

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