Does subwoofer bracing have to be wood-based?

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  1. VinhT

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    Does the bracing for a subwoofer enclosure always have to be wood-based? I'm designing a 1 cubic foot enclosure using 1" thick MDF, and I was wondering if metal wall brackets or something similar might be a viable alternative(to save space inside).
     
  2. Greg Monfort

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    No, though I'm not sure what brackets you're referring to. They must be rigid though, like the 2x2 alum angles sold at Home Depot, etc., or you could go to a metal fabricator and buy some steel angle scrap.

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