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Need advice on how to disgise subwoofer box in sound competition

Ive entered a sound comp recently (speed &sound ) ive got 2 12inch subs
problem is my subwoofer box is made myself it has a 6inch pvc port
the official tells me that because of the pvc pipe he has to up my league
he says there is somthing to use to diguise the box
like to know what?
please help!!!!!
neven
email neven2chetty2@gmail.com

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Fabricate a fake box over the pvc port to hide it. Goodluck.

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