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Making boxes for 6 by 9 speakers

How do i make a box for my 6 by 9 speakers?

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Easiest solution for this would be to buy a pair of enclosures that are already made, the same as you would a subwoofer enclosure. You can get them anywhere you'd look for stereo gear. I like to to run a bead of liquid nails construction adhesive around the inside were the panels join together. This works better than a regular caulk as it helps make the box stronger. If you really want to make them yourself then you'll need 5/8" medium density fiberboard, liquid nails,carpeting, terminal cups....and some patience to put it all together...

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