Alright, so a few weeks ago i thought it was about time to make myself a couple DIY subwoofers, as i have a complete home theater system except for a sub! I was combing DIY fourms when i came across a plate amp made by MCM (mind you, it got shipped in a dayton box...) at 300W RMS for 85$. I picked up two. The next day at work, i had to come up with a driver for the box, and it just so happened that my store had demoed a pair of Infinity 12.1 Perfects in the store, without ever hooking them up, and they had just gone clearance. Lucky me, i picked up the pair for 120$. \r\n\r\nAfter all of this, i figured i had hit a sang, as i had no idea (well i had SOME idea :P) how to build a custom design subwoofer box that would fit the woofers acoustic properties. Avaserfi and WmAx gave me a bunch of advice, and now im on my way to design a proper box, modeled after avaserfi's box for his VQ (however, mine wont be nearly as complicated, as im making two and am not that articulate in my woodworking :P).\r\n\r\nSo im planning to build a 3.95 cubic feet, with relatively the same dimensions as avaserfi, with 4 inch mineral fiber board dampening and some cross member bracing. The slot port will be the same as well, and im assuming back slot ports are the way to go? And other than some MDF, hardwood for bracing, and the mineral fiber board, is there anything else that needs to be added?\r\n\r\nIm going to post some pics of what ive got, it'll be a slow build but i can keep everyone up to date.\r\n\r\nJust want to shout out to WmAx and avaserfi for all the great help!