SV12 enclosure pics

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  1. Brian Bunge

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    Here are some pics of the dual SV12 cabinets which I built to pull double duty as stands for my Emeralds. The cabinets are 3.4ft^3 sealed enclosures measuring 25.5" tall x 15" wide x 22" deep. I will be adding solid 3/4" red oak to the sides finished the same as the Emeralds once the weather cools off a bit.
    Anyway, I just wanted to share my latest project.
    http://discussion.iland.com/upload/raw_cabinets.jpg http://discussion.iland.com/upload/grooves_front.jpg http://discussion.iland.com/upload/grooves_3.jpg http://discussion.iland.com/upload/paint_2(1).jpg http://discussion.iland.com/upload/left_SV12.jpg http://discussion.iland.com/upload/right_SV12_1.jpg
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  2. Shade Watson

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    OUTSTANDING! I can't wait to see the final pics.
    What do you power them with? Do you equalize them? If so how?
     
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    Brian,
    EXCELLENT WORK! [​IMG]
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    Wow those look great, Im sure they'll look even better with the oak although I must say they look pretty darn good how they are now.
     
  5. Brian Bunge

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    Thanks for all the comments guys! I'm powering them both with ACI's PSA1 plate amp. This is basically the same amp as the KG-5150 that Madisound sells with two notable differences. The PSA1 comes with a crossover defeat switch as well as a bass boost defeat switch. From the pictures and the specs on the Madisound website the 5150 doesn't appear to have either of these features. The amps are mounted in a separate enclosure so that I can upgrade amplification at a later date.
    At this time I am not using any equalization, but I do plan on taking measurements with my Rat Shack meter and Stryke Bass Zone CD.
    Brian
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    Very nice Brian
    What kind of paint did you use? Looks real good
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  8. Brian Bunge

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    Ken,
    The paint is Olympic Kettle Black latex paint in an eggshell finish.
    Pat,
    Don't get me started on those damn gates!
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    Great work Brian,
    IT LOOKS AWESOME!!! [​IMG]
     
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