Current Full E-Touch Version: 10.2.0Current Demo E-Touch Version: 10.0.0Current Beta: 10.2.1 Beta 20 (12/07/22)
Started by caesar, December 06, 2009, 05:03:53 AM
Quote from: caesar on December 10, 2009, 12:08:58 PM$ Merry Christmas Barry ! $
Quote from: leeclark2612 on December 10, 2009, 12:32:38 PMyou could always vent the sub out the bottom of the cabinet and fix existing speaker enclosure to the inside of the cab face down...shouldn't be too much of a problem if it's sealed up...
Quote from: caesar on December 07, 2009, 05:41:53 AMHere's the build... Please wait for pics to load...Thanks!$1.99 Gutter Guard Screen for venting.My 2nd piece of veneer. I guess you could say the first piece was a test...Did you know that most wood veneer is only 1/42 of an inch thick?I found these 50% off after Christmas @ Lowes last year. I just removed the outer lightbulb shaped plastic to make them fit. Alot cheaper than a custom programmable controller. (maybe down the road I'll upgrade)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SU1-LWDTK9Yhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SU1-LWDTK9YForgot to take a photo of the speakers before I disassembled them. So I included the mfg. photo.I actually cut down the height of the left & right speakers.Removed the volume/bass control from the speaker's base and made a new holder that I'll be relocating in the back.The cheap led flashlight originally ran on (3)1.5 volt batteries or a total of 4.5 volts. By inserting a 15ohm resistor, I was able to power the front emblem directly from the 5VDC tap coming from computer's power supply.That Chinese flashlight put up one good fight.Where else can you buy 9 white Leds & 3 AAA batteries for $2.00 ?Motherboard stand-offs were recycled from discarded PC's.