How to make an audiophile subwoofer in 2 hours and 30 minutes.Step 1.
Make the baffle out of a single layer of 5/8" plywood and cut holes using a Sawzall.Step 2.
Find the most dirty termite infested 2x4 members to stiffen the front baffle because everybody knows, the more rotten the wood, the faster the bass.Step 3.
Make the back of the sub like the front, the wood bracing doesn't have to match or be the correct length, because if it does, the sub won't be musical.Step 4.
Put it together with sides, who needs bracing on the side walls, it will make the subwoofer heavy and in turn, it will sound heavier (not good) Besides, who uses braces? That's right, only losers and nerds; your audiophile subwoofer is no punk.Step 5.
Put in audiophile grade cable that is a multitude of colors with no red cables because they are inherently slow (which is why stoplights and signs are always red)Put in drivers. Sealants are not needed because it will muddy the sound.