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2 GIGANTIC 24" Sundown Audio Zv.5 SUBWOOFERS One GIGANTIC Box! Crazy bracing, Stacked Ports, Acrylic baffle...WIRED UP, SPL Tested! Page 11

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Can I haas CNC machine plz? ?

 

Its looking sick!

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That is gonna take a lot of glue , looks awesome .


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not a heck of a lot of progress today.  But i did manage to glue the stacked ports together.  

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Awesome build! If you go to diyaudio or avsforums, then you'll see bigger enclosures with 24's. Heck, there's a 32" sub thread on avsforum.


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On 1/9/2017 at 9:43 PM, twalker182 said:

What's the recess for where the screws go?

I don't know if anyone answered this... but I'm assuming because of the size of the basket and the weight of everything they needed to do that for strength of the basket

it also may help with mounting it I guess

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