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    Port dimensions work..just use the drawing to scale

    Well, I was lost too but after printing a copy and scaling it from Allan's post it was easy. I should have kept the dimensions as I have closed up the speakers now. Yes building these was fun. The 4351's are next. Sorry about the upside down pic! This is a great thread!
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    Tube!

    Uline.ca! You will find exactly what you need! Overnight shipping!

    they say 5" but the outer circle is what it is on the plans posted here!

    i did the length posted on the plan but have to build a bit longer. Tuned at 35Hz. Would like to go down to 27Hz or 25...
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    Does any one know where to source the tubes ? it the last piece of the puzzle to bliss!

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    Ports!

    Very easy to build! Took me half an hour!
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    Is there any possibility that he still has some of the fabricated tubes left ? I know this is an old thread. Thanks, Jay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Challenger604 View Post
    Very easy to build! Took me half an hour!

    Now everyone is waiting for a detailed build thread with lots of pictures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Betiuxs View Post
    Hello guys, I have read about few people here with great skills making charged crossovers for the 4350 4355 monitors after so much effort I finally got all the components and I'm building my own cabs could you please refer me to someone that can build me a pair of crossovers.? Please let me know, thank you soo very much in advance
    Maybe too late but did you find someone?
    i builded mine and can build for someone who needs crossover. I don't believe on coupled xover thou.
    my 4355's are unbelievable...

    if you know any one who needs xover for 4355, i can build them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Odd View Post
    Now everyone is waiting for a detailed build thread with lots of pictures.
    Hi Odd!I wish I knew how to post a lot of pix!I don't how I could do that!help!
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    More pix to come
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    Let me know if you guys see the pix!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Challenger604 View Post
    Let me know if you guys see the pix!
    Pictures look great to me!
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    I know, both my basement and my pair of 4355 are not finished yet but working on my basement right know little by little... Hang in there... It will be finished hopefully soon!
    cheers!

    I have more pix...
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    Working on my basement! electricity, plumbing drywall etc... Framing is 99% finished.
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    Many nice pictures! Thanks for sharing.
    Everything looks good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Odd View Post
    Many nice pictures! Thanks for sharing.
    Everything looks good.
    Ditto!

    Very nice!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Challenger604 View Post
    Working on my basement! electricity, plumbing drywall etc... Framing is 99% finished.
    Great job on the DIY enclosures. Seeing all the fiberglass would give me pause for an idea for dual purpose insulation and sound damping.
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    <In before Grumpy>

    "That rug really tied the room together"

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    Really nice work, speakers and basement. Building something like 4355s ain't for the faint of heart.

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