You could actually feel the box shake when I put my hands on it during loud passages so I knew I had to go all out. BB code is On. Just saying their is potential for better. For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome. The thing with these smaller table saws is they tend to have a flimsy fence that you will have to adjust often to get good cuts.

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Your amplifier I dont know enough about but I only thought it had a low pass selectable switch and a Hpass selectable switch.

Hopefully I am going to try and keep this as detailed as i can, so that way others can chime in and point out my mistakes. It’s not a Delta Unisaw but for the small amount of DIY I do it works great and has a much better fence than the portable saws out there.

I also heard that a glaze stain would be the proper stain for birch but I never really looked into it, next time I guess. I picked up one of the larger Rigid table saws with an all cast iron top and a much bigger rip capacity at the HD brand new when they were changing over to the new saws which I think have been discontinued.

What is the price on the ? I imagine there will be quite a few lol. I might steal an idea or two from it.


Still undecided so any suggestions would be helpful Got other various tools such as jig saw, circular saw, reciprocating saw, little power sander, drills, etc. Now that I think about it I just saw that Erich from http: I wound up using these feet below to help anchor the LMS to the un-carpeted floor it would be sitting on and it never moved: Have you seen Warpdrv’s subs?

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Disable smilies in text Quote message in reply? I am undecided about a EQ. Page 1 of For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome. I like the looks of your box and all the bracing.

I should have practiced on some scrap and did it my-self though, just as long as you pre-treat the wood first I hear you can get good results and I know I could have done as nice or better than what the furniture repair shop did. Note that passwords are case-sensitive. I specifically like a couple members builds Island and bassthatHz that involved an LMS ultra 18″.

More than your amp will deliver. Just saying their is potential for better. I would definitely recommend you add a significant amount of bracing and the heavier the enclosure the better when it comes to the LMS Ultra, if not it will rock the enclosure.

I had a local shop do the stain for me as I heard that stain was tough on birch and would come out blotchy. Got some pretty good ideas about doing a DIY Subwoofer from reading through ,ms-ultra threads.


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Activation requires you reply to an email we will send you after you register At the least, it should make for entertainment Here is what i got comming for the Build so far: I personally would look for used table saws as well on craigslist or other local classifieds. From what others have told me you will be amplifier limited. See our banned email list here: BB code is On.

You could actually lme-ultra the box shake when I put my hands on it during loud passages so I knew Lmx-ultra had to go all out.

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Last edited by brandon; at Simple is definately key here due to the fact i have ZERO wood working experience Steel worker by trade. Also, so others with the same skill level can see what i do and can maybe learn something off my attempt.

I think your Crown amp will be fine, I read it is watts into 4 ohms bridged which is about right for a 4cuft sealed enclosure and the LMS Ultra.