Also, just so you know, Most of the stuff you see on road cases; Corner protectors, edge beading, etc etc. is available from either parts express, or a good local hardware store < not the Ace kind> Corner Caps, proper handles, and the like can really give a very proffesional finish to a speaker project.
< or "colours" if your from down under >
Thanks for the carpeting tips but since you mentioned.....
Where could I get the "hair cell abs" material? I wanted to cover the speakers with something other than carpet, but I wasnt able to find anything durable enough. Vinyl was the other option but it seemed to stretch and tear, especialy considering the weight of the cabinet (a dual 18" sub).
Ah Sorry I'm a left coaster and I've only spent vacations east of the Mississippi. We'll have to put an APB out on a plastics supplier in the Boston area.Most of the year Im in Fitchburg MA, about a half hour away from Boston (for college). The rest of the year Im in Schenectady NY.
I was looking at some of the liquid bed liners out there and have a couple of questions.
1. Is there a spray on that doesnt require a compressor? Maybe an aerosol?
2. I found some brush on bed liner, but only in a five gallon tub. Does anyone know where I could get smaller amounts?
3. How much would it take to cover a cabinet 40"x20"x22" ? Should I just be reading labels, or is there a rule of thumb?