Joe's Sonosub pics.

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Dustin B, Aug 26, 2002.

  1. Dustin B

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    Joe, That has got to be one of the most unique sono's I've ever seen! Way cool dude! How do you plan on finishing it?
     
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    Very nice sub! in one of the pics it looks like there are speakers all around the room, are those what I think they are or something else?
     
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    First I've ever seen one crafted like that. As alreay said, very unique and very nicely done.
     
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    Yeah Joe, I love the legs.... on the sub, I mean.
     
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    Thanks for the nice comments guys,& extra thanks to Dustin for all his help.
    The sono I used is 20" by 56" with a 6" by 25" port which if I done everything right should give me around a 17hz tuning point
    I haven't decided on my finish yet but I'm thinking about doing it in Birds Eye Maple vineer,but I got to talk the wife into that one first. If I cant get her to let me do that I will be finishing it it birch, 100 bucks compared to almost 400 is quite a big difference.
    The caps I just had to try something different out other than just a straight dowel, so I drew out a few different things before I finally settled with what you se here.
    In the pictures something you cant see very well is the design on the end caps which look like a radioactive symbol. These are routered in about 1/16th in. I don't know what posessed me to do them for sure other than just being different.

    Cam, I'm useing all Polk speakers. I have a CS400i center & RT55i's for front, front surrounds, & rear surrounds. The stands & shelf that they are on I made also.
     

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