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    • #11473
      robbiedh02
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      Nick and I had fun building this while I was there visiting. 12″ Titanic MK II Sub and a 500 Watt amplifier. We made a rather large box with major bracing to keep everything in check, sounds amazing, do not remember what we tuned it to but you can hear it down to 24 Hertz and feel it indefinitely. 



























    • #11474
      123toid
      Keymaster

      Looks like I’ll have to add some photos as well.  I think if we put this at the bottom of the ocean, it might just be able to rise the Titanic!  I designed the enclosure and cut it out.  @robbiedh02 did all the finish work, including the sanding, painting and roundover.  First time  hor him to use a router to do a roundover as well.  I think he did a great job!

       

      THe rear brace also acted as an enclsure to house the amplifier



      THe middle brace was for added support.



      THat’s a whole lot of bracing

      He used some Sherwin Williams paint I bought by mistake.  Looks great on the sub!


      FIrst roundover.  I think he did a great job.  His attention to detail is pretty awesome.


    • #11551
      robbiedh02
      Participant

      Added the $60.00 DSP from parts express, OMG what a difference. The sound and clarity difference in the sub is beyond amazing. So glad I decided to get it!

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