Some speaker cabinets

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woody53
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Some speaker cabinets

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My nephew asked me if I could make 2 speaker cabinets for him, I said let's see what you want. After looking at a half sized and radically changed older box, I said sure. They were taller than my machine could cut, but have cut longer things before, but had to get the old brain thinking. There was more calculating than I thought but was fun using my brain again. He was impressed with the quality and the time it took to do them. He sent me a pic when he started to get them ready to Try out before finishing. He designs and has his own sound business. Most money I have made with my machine for 32 hours of work.
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Re: Some speaker cabinets

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Hello Woody53...

Wow, they are tall... and look great!!! Well done... and I think we all love to make a bit of "easy" money (I appreciate the need to get the old noodle warmed up... LOL).

Thanks for sharing!
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Re: Some speaker cabinets

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This is a really good outfit for speaker parts. Have used them many times.
They also sell a publication on designing speaker enclosures.

https://www.parts-express.com/

woody53
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Re: Some speaker cabinets

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My nephew designed these himself. They will sit on a bass speaker cab and are for Mids. and Highs.

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