Make Your Own Speaker Box

atrend-speaker-boxSpeaker boxes are used to house several part subwoofers and other speakers in an enclosure. Although most subwoofers are sold individually, you might need to place them into one box or enclosure therefore the use of a speaker box.  Speaker boxes are not difficult to assemble but are very challenging for if done right they could help accentuate the output of stereo source. For people who are so bad with craftwork can certainly order the sub woofers already pre-enclosed.

What’s needed in order to build a speaker box?

It all depends on your budget and aim of the speaker boxes. You must determine the size and the materials used. Before you start, be sure to get the best 6×9 speakers online. Then you can concentrate on the box itself. The best material which you can use is a ¾ inch moderate density filter board. You can choose for more exotic stuff if you’ve got the cash to save but most people use fiberboard.

When a set of measurements have already been contained in the bundle no need to figure out the dimensions. In this case it means that you will not have to go through trial and error since it’s the common specs for most speaker boxes designing an enclosure.

Additionally it is perfect to delineate size measurements and your desired layout on the filter board rather than doing any freehand cutting. If the speaker boxes aren’t covered with carpet avoid using markers for they can be unsightly. They need to look nice so they can house your 6×9 speakers properly.

The jigsaw lets you cut the wood tidy and clean. It is a good idea to mark with a pen or pencil where the 6×9 speakers would go into once the pieces have been cut out.

You also ought to look into creating holes so that the essential cables can pass through. It is better to make holes that are 2 inches long on either side of the speaker box, if the instructions don’t show any notes for where the holes are. When done constantly, sand them through so that there are no snags.

After the holes are cut, you can now assemble the planks together. Use screws, nuts and washers to tighten down the boards. You have to make sure they don’t rattle and fit tight.

The next part is the most easy for all you need to do is out the subwoofers in, shut the front panel, and plug connectors and the electricity in.

The workload that is real is in the building of the speaker box and that being said, you need to make sure the work is up to exact and precise.

Below is a video on how to build a speaker box.