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    DIY Speaker (Cabinet)

    On AR's site are pictures of and schema drawings for "DIY Speaker Kit
    Build your own pair of speakers with AudioREVIEWs Do It Yourself Speaker Kit by Ed Frias." But I don't see any drawings for constructing the cabinets themselves.
    Does anyone have a set of drawings for constructing the cabinet? Or know where I might obtain them?

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    Prescott, AZ
    117 Kit Cabinet specs:

    3/4" MDF material
    13" high x 8 3/4" wide x 9 1/4" deep

    Port size is 2" Dia. (ID) x 6" deep from rear surface.
    Rear Port hole is centered (widthwise) and 3" from top to center of port.

    Speaker input terminal hole is 1 15/16" Dia. It is countersunk 3/16" deep x 3" Dia. This can be changed if you desire another type or size speaker terminal. Rear Speaker terminal hole is centered (widthwise) and 3" from bottom to center of hole.

    Front Tweeter hole is 3 5/16" in diameter. Front tweeter hole is also centered widthwise and also 3" from top of cabinet to center of hole. If you opt to countersink the tweeter, cut 1/8" deep x 4 1/8" Dia.

    Front woofer hole is 5 5/8" Dia. If you opt to countersink, use 3/16" deep x 6 15/16" Dia.
    Front woofer is centered 4 1/4" from bottom of cabinet.

    Ed Frias

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