That doesn't exist, does it? Do you want to make one?
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Hay OP you ever build a speaker? Hardwood, can be spendy, a bit of a learning curve and you have to cure the wood..
Off the shelf wood takes 6 month or so to cure. Hee Hee patience can pay big time. I have wood that has aged in my shop over 30 years, still clamped, straight as an arrow...16 foot 1X6 apatong (stone wood) Well over 150.00 a stick now.
I think I have 12 -15 pieces left.. Takes a water cooled router bit to cut a
hole.. tough stuff.
Enjoy the DIY, it's the best, It's one of a kind...
Thanks, i am boutique speaker designer, like most i use MDF
Plywood , some time bamboo boards ( like one ply)
To get high End Sound bar i decide to use nice looking
peruvian wood from Bell Forest , is already Kiln dried , i gonna
use 2 long pcs for top and bottom and 2 pcs for sides. is not much expensive , i dont need drill and rout and let me avoid
Wow, how cool is that, I tinker, I use to be very active. The hands
and a few thing only let me use them 20-30 min a day.
Wore them out, 3 times a day for 20-30 min. I do ok, just not like
before. 12-15 hours a day. LOL
I haven't used bamboo, black walnut, inlays a few times, but
I'm not a cabinet maker, BUT I make cabinets. I love wood.
I worked Iron at work, I came home I worked wood, I love the smells
and the results, most of the time.
GR Research offers a nice center speaker too. I think its a kit, but it might have plans too, or a driver kit with a worked XO the whole package.
You gonna post some pics?