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Thank you sir! Actually the setup isn't too pricy. The AudioFrogs are pretty pricey, but you can definitely achieve a good/great sound with a cheaper midbass. The amps aren't Arc's best stuff. They're class D amps, small, and put out good power. I usually bought my amps 2nd hand, and if damaged (seller's not selling good stuff), Arc Audio was more than happy to fix it. Of course there's a service charge. That's why I always stick with 'em. But I could definitely see myself using cheaper speakers to achieve the same, if not better, quality.You undoubtedly have killer gear going in. I'm very concerned and interested how you're going to make that deep ass sub fit there. Keep going man!
Yeap! JL was nice enough to provide a cutout of the speaker with a lil tab. Just needs 1/2" of clearance. That'll be no problem.Awesome! Make sure you give it enough space for the pole to vent.
That might be an issue! I have size 8.5 feet and have about 4-5 inches. But you’d have to really try to jab the woofer. If anything you’d rub the speaker surround and not jab through it. I’m not worried!My size 14's would smack that thing around all day!
Yeah that’s a really good idea. I’ll consider that moving forward. I’ll be building it, and the walls using 3/4” mdf. The backing will be bolted by several m6 alloy steel bolts. Though there’s a bit of it that I couldn’t bolt due to there just not being enough the posted metal to drill into.You should really think about adding internal bracing to that sub enclosure considering the scope of this project. Maybe some turn buckle style hardware. At least double up the thickness of that baffle. If you can support the magnet that goes a long way too. That 10W6 will make some serious pressure. When the enclosure is finished, if you knock on it like a door, you want it to sound like knocking on a boulder not a tube. You don't want to do all this and have the bass sound muddy.