$100 – $500
Twin 3.63 cubic foot sealed cabinet loaded with Dayton 15” Classic DCS385-4 Subwoofers. 0.75” MDF with double, reset, thick baffle. Glued and pocketed screwed. Painted with matted latex paint. Powered by Crown XLi 1500 (450W x 2)
Powerful, tight bass
aesthetically pleasing enough to get the ok from wife
Match power amp
Dayton 15” Classic DCS385-4
Twin 3.63 cubic foot sealed cabinet
0.75” MDF with double
reset, thick baffle
Glued and pocketed screwed
Painted with matted latex paint
Tips & Tricks:
Plan all cuts well and make all table saw cuts of the same length together, this way all pieces will be the tightest tolerance.
In retrospect, I would have used quality plywood for the internal, mounting, baffle. This way the T-nuts would be more secure than in the MDF.
Use masking tape to hold Tnuts in place. I had a couple that kept falling out which was a pain because you have to remove the driver to replace them.
Still tweaking to get best sound, but overall very pleased. Bass is low, powerful but not boomy
About the Designer:
Love audio, music and woodworking. I am a guitarist and enjoy building guitar speaker cabinets as well.
Project Parts List:
|Dayton Audio DCS385-4 15″ Classic Subwoofer 4 Ohm|
|Dayton Audio BPA-38SN HD Binding Post Pair Satin Nickel|
|Penn-Elcom F1686 Rubber Cabinet Foot 1.57″ Dia. x 0.61″ H|
|1/4″-20 T-Nuts 50 Pcs.|
|Audtek Electronics SKRL-12-50 12 AWG OFC Speaker Wire 50 ft.|