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Anyone heard of this "DIY" Sub Company? GSG Audio

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2 minutes ago, CECAA850 said:

Pretty much but what do I know.  I wore an SVS shirt to the Pilgrimage one year.  I didn't think anything of it till Chad called me out on it.

sacrilegious!  Oh wait no it's not..... Still audio last I checked. 

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Just now, Westcoastdrums said:

sacrilegious!  Oh wait no it's not..... Still audio last I checked. 

I told Chad that if he gave me a Klipsch shirt I'd change.  Never got one.

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1 minute ago, CECAA850 said:

I told Chad that if he gave me a Klipsch shirt I'd change.  Never got one.

Absolutely the proper thing to say in regards to. 

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23 minutes ago, CECAA850 said:

Pretty much but what do I know.  I wore an SVS shirt to the Pilgrimage one year.  I didn't think anything of it till Chad called me out on it.

Well I was thinking/hoping that since you're a moderator you would know more as to why some people who made "upgrade" oops sorry "modification" parts for Klipsch speakers are no longer around.

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4 minutes ago, babadono said:

Well I was thinking/hoping that since you're a moderator you would know more as to why some people who made "upgrade" oops sorry "modification" parts for Klipsch speakers are no longer around.

Save me a seat and a drink at the pilgrimage.  This could take a while.

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12 minutes ago, babadono said:

Well I was thinking/hoping that since you're a moderator you would know more as to why some people who made "upgrade" oops sorry "modification" parts for Klipsch speakers are no longer around.

Nice one.   

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On 12/5/2018 at 8:28 AM, jwc said:

Oh my.  I wanna give this guy some business.  Thanks for the link.

 

@jwc   I'm thinking he would be perfect to offer your mini-punch cabinet.

 

Bruce

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2 hours ago, CECAA850 said:

Save me a seat and a drink at the pilgrimage.  This could take a while.

Ok sorry, I guess I don't know what moderator means.

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27 minutes ago, babadono said:

Ok sorry, I guess I don't know what moderator means.

You're thinking of modder.

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4 hours ago, CECAA850 said:

You're thinking of modder.

Ok now you're just goofing on me right?:)

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11 hours ago, babadono said:

Ok now you're just goofing on me right?:)

Who meeeeee?

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For those of you looking for MDF screws I've had good success with self-tapping screws with star drive.  They do not slip when installing which would save your sub driver

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Grip-Rite-8-x-1-5-8-in-Gold-Flat-Head-Interior-Exterior-Wood-Screws-67-Count/1000365221

 

For those of you looking for T-nuts use the 6-prong and not the 4-prong.  The 6-prong can still spin but it grabs a lot more material than the 4-prong.  A 10-32 screw is the proper size.  I like to use hex-head bolts in black because they look cool.  You can find those cheap on Ebay.

https://www.parts-express.com/10-32-deluxe-6-prong-t-nuts-50-pcs--081-1088

 

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44 minutes ago, wvu80 said:

For those of you looking for MDF screws I've had good success with self-tapping screws with star drive.  They do not slip when installing which would save your sub driver

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Grip-Rite-8-x-1-5-8-in-Gold-Flat-Head-Interior-Exterior-Wood-Screws-67-Count/1000365221

 

For those of you looking for T-nuts use the 6-prong and not the 4-prong.  The 6-prong can still spin but it grabs a lot more material than the 4-prong.  A 10-32 screw is the proper size.  I like to use hex-head bolts in black because they look cool.  You can find those cheap on Ebay.

https://www.parts-express.com/10-32-deluxe-6-prong-t-nuts-50-pcs--081-1088

 

image.png.9eeb4fa9f3d4715b1490a76dd52d9e47.png

 

Do not use those screws to mount any driver.

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10 minutes ago, jason str said:

 

Do not use those screws to mount any driver.

You have ten times the knowledge and experience I have in woodworking so I defer to your opinion.  All I can say is that in my experience I've used them with good success in the several MDF flat packs I've put together.

 

What do you suggest, or what concerns do you have with the star-drive self-tapping screws?

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4 minutes ago, wvu80 said:

You have ten times the knowledge and experience I have in woodworking so I defer to your opinion.  All I can say is that in my experience I've used them with good success in the several MDF flat packs I've put together.

 

What do you suggest, or what concerns do you have with the star-drive self-tapping screws?

 

Where the screw meets the driver frame it needs to be flat, using that type of screw will destroy a stamped steel frame and cause unwanted stress on not only the basket but the screw itself.

 

As for Allen, Torx, Square or Phillips i really have no preference as i have had no issue with any of them personally.

 

 

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22 hours ago, CECAA850 said:

You're thinking of modder.

 

=== actually, no. I’m thinking of “mutha” — ?

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Since all of his stuff is "local pickup only", anyone know where that is? I can't seem to find anywhere that lists it on his site.

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1 hour ago, Westcoastdrums said:

Orange county, CA (southern). 

657-549-2410

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