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 SubWoofer Build
Date: Sun Oct 23 12:29:49 MDT 2016, [ 27 photos ]
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This is a custom subwoofer build to supplement existing Bose system on my Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet.

Tools used:

  • table saw equipped with adjustable bevel cuts
  • router & bits
  • power driver/drill & bits 
  • reciprocating jig saw
  • hole saw
  • vacuum
  • assorted C-clamps
  • measuring tape
  • square
  • air compressor
  • air tools: stapler. brad nailer
  • sanders: random orbit & palm sanders
  • wire cutters
  • pliers
  • soldering iron
  • face mask, filtered

 Parts & Materials used:

  • Pioneer TS-B400Pro 500W horn tweeters, 2
  • Pioneer GM-D9601 2400W Class D Mono Amplifier
  • Pioneer GM-D8604 1200W Class D Bridgeable 4-Channel Amplifier
  • Kenwood eXcelon KFC-XW120 400W-RMS (1200W max) Subwoofer, 12"
  • Sony PreAmp EQ
  • 4' x 8' Maple Plywood, 3/4" Thick
  • 4Amp Oxygen-free Wiring Kit
  • 8-Gauge wiring
  • 12-Gauge wiring
  • 24-Gauge wiring
  • vinyl electrical tapes, assorted colors
  • wiring mount holders
  • polished carrying handles (used cupboard door handles)
  • quick electrical connectors
  • 12V LED ligh strips
  • 12V custom built LED VU Display, L & R
  • terminating blocks 
  • assorted screws
  • 1 set of hinge for woofer baffle
  • 3M mask filter
  • 120, 180 grit sandpaper
  • heat-shrinkable wiring tubes
  • aerosol sprays: Rust-Oleum (Burnished Amber & Metallic Grey)

 

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 a total of 3600W of audio! even the horn tweeters I use will use one of the loudest tweeters you can find. This will help get the clearest sound I can have when my convertible top is down...
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 detailed plan & schematics
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 this build employs a lot of Router use. With all the dust it created, I found the absolute use of a filtered mask and this heavy duty canister vac!
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