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F.S.: 194L vented Tempest enclosure ready for you...


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#1 of 5 ClaudeL

ClaudeL

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Posted April 27 2004 - 10:08 AM

Hi,

I have a 194L Tempest vented finished enclosure with 64 ounces of polyfill included (it is already in the enclosure) and the two 3" flared ports included / all prepared for a 18.8 Hz tuning. The plate amp hole is already cut and ready to accept an Adire DT300 class D 300W amp. The finish is a black "very soft grains" Bedliner truck finish and it really looks beautifull... a little bit reflective, soft and it is very hard to scrap.

In order words, once you have this enclosure, all you have to do is to screw a Tempest woofer and a DT300 amp and you have a vented Tempest Posted Image For a tight screwing, T-Nuts are used for the woofer. The T-Nuts are already there so I will just have to give you the bolts.

Pricing is $75USD + shipping.

Im located in Canada (QC), so if some people do not live far me, this would be, with a Tempest woofer and the DT300 amp, a great subwoofer for your money Posted Image

Im selling my enclosure because I have another DIYed subwoofer and someone else is interested only by my woofer and my amp.

I can take some photos if you want and feel free to ask any questions!

#2 of 5 Joshua H

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Posted April 27 2004 - 12:07 PM

pm sent

#3 of 5 ClaudeL

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Posted April 27 2004 - 01:11 PM

You got answered Joshua...

Im gonna be ready tomarrow for the pictures before the supper.

#4 of 5 ClaudeL

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Posted April 28 2004 - 09:25 AM

The photos are taken and they are on this website:

http://membres.lycos.fr/firepinch/

The pictures are quite bigs but at the expense of very good image quality. Maybe that you can see some faults on these pictures but you will have a hard time to notice any once you will be sit at your listening position. Posted Image

#5 of 5 ClaudeL

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Posted April 28 2004 - 11:52 AM

*Update*

I added a new picture so you can see how the enclosure looks like from farther (about two meters of me when I took the picture).