Originally Posted by BassThatHz /t/1518434/finally-finished#post_24372053
That's no excuse. Measurements... or it never happened! LOL
Originally Posted by aaronlinkous /t/1518434/finally-finished#post_24376170
Hey Mike, not being an engineer or anything, how thick would aluminum need to be to support say 150(to be safe)? Trying to come up with something like this:
Home Depot sells some 1/8" thick flatbar and wondered if it could be used to rig up something like this? Or better yet, how much would you charge?
Originally Posted by aaronlinkous /t/1518434/finally-finished#post_24376550
Oh nice! I was looking for a site like this earlier, but kept getting some Indonesian site.Thanks!
edit: Rectangular Bars—Unpolished (Mill) Finish Multipurpose 6061 Aluminum, 1/4" Thick, 1-1/2" Width, 3' Length
Something like this? (sorry to derail your thread)
Some do, some don't.Quote:
Originally Posted by mike47 /t/1518434/finally-finished#post_24386741
Do speakers have a break in period? I would like to make my next pair a 3 way with a 10" or 12" woofer.
Originally Posted by BassThatHz /t/1518434/finally-finished#post_24386907
Some do, some don't.
Nice. Hop to it!
But before you do that... definitely invest in some measuring equipment (if your AVR doesn't have it at least).
Then you'll know how flat it is, or isn't; and can tweak based on that.