Morning folks,\n\nI've had some ideas on DIY subwoofer box builds but wanted some opinions. Thinking outside the box \n\nSo I am building my living room up and thought of building an all in on entertainment center. This console would house a center channel AND a center subwoofer. I know some people would argue against this idea due to reflections and such but in my mind I feel it would work. \n\nImagine this console which would be very hefty, solid wood, which would house A\/V equipment, PS4, cable box, etc, etc. On either side of the unit. In the middle would have the sub box built into the bottom half of the unit and above it would have the center channel built into upper half. Both would be separate from each other and both would be sealed enclosures to spec for those speakers. I think with enough bracing and insulation within the boxes would dampen the sound waves enough not to cause issues with all the A\/V stuff. Perhaps even create a rubber matt like base for each peice of equipment? \n\nAs a note, the center channel would be aimed as close to ear level as possible. The bottom of my 65" TV is 33" from the floor. So the center would be basically just below 33". Again the center will be a sealed enclosure.\n\nSub would be sealed but I've thought about a square port as well. Still uncertain on port vs sealed. It'll be 50\/50 music\/HT and although I like that rumble effect, my wife doesn't. Not to mention I think I can achieve lower frequency with a 12" sealed sub in comparison to my current ported 60RMS 8" sub.\nThe only other possible idea would be building 2 seperate subs into the base of my front stage towers but I really like the center Sub idea. Plus it'll be cheaper than 2 subs. Furthermore I'm not worried about anyone else but myself center seating as to sound ✊\n\nThoughts, opinions, ideas, objections ?????