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How to put 8" midbass in sail panel?

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Old 06-17-2004, 10:12 AM   #1
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i am wanting to put an 8" midbass in my sail panels and was wondering how you go about gettin the hole to be a perfect circle for the exact cutout diameter and also what u used to get it that way....... i am plannin to use an infinite baffle subwoofer for this and high pass it at 80hz and low pass it at 300hz......... does this sound ok?
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get an 8in template, trace it on, then use some type of cutting method ie. dremmel, air saw etc
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I would recommend not mounting the midbass directly to the metal also, cut the hole then make a nice baffle out of 1/2" mdf to mount to. It will get tight in there though, good luck.
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