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zane9000 
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Joined: August 07, 2004
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Posted: August 14, 2004 at 1:12 AM / IP Logged  
I want to put a set of subs in my car. instead of a normal box enclosure i was hopping to use a clear tube. my inital thought was to use some thick acrylic, but most of the qoutes i get were $500 for the tube. anyone have an idea? maybe a giant pvc or abs pipe? also ive seen someone use a really thick cardborad tube for his home stereo subs. any thoughtson how other materials would work and how much it would be?
I had Cheetos and wine for dinenr.
Sound Pressure 
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Joined: March 09, 2002
Location: United States
Posted: August 14, 2004 at 1:58 AM / IP Logged  
You could use that same tube that they use for putting cement in for a mail box or post. They have it at Home Depot. I think it's called sonatube?
Sound Pressure
You know you have the right amount of pressure when your eyes start to water! Now you've got Juice!
MBZ oe 
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Joined: December 18, 2003
Posted: August 15, 2004 at 5:16 PM / IP Logged  
I saw a tube setup like that recently and the guy said he had an aquarium fab shop buid him one which was around $200
boom, boom, boom boom....

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