Ive been wanting to do a small-medium size portable setup for awhile and finally decided to do it. All i really needed was the amp. I already had the 4" Dayton neos and the old school mtx tweeters/crossovers came courtesy of Colorblind. Thanks again! I knew I would find a good use for them one day. The amp uses dual tpa3116d2 chips and has some decent internals so i should be seeing about 50w+ rms per side @4ohms with the 19.5v power supply i will be using. It will run at 12-14.4v also if i wanted to power it with a car or battery. I will be making the enclosue out of some nice 9ply 1/2" plywood and a stain finish. I know off the bat that the woofers want alot more airspace then they will be getting but im just gonna roll with it since i already have them. The amp is 4" deep so i want to keep it like pretty square and just mess with the length/width. The amp will basically have a small slot it will slide into. I wanted some inpuut from you guys on what you thought would look/sound best orientation wise? The first one is the one i like. Obviously wouldn't be the best sounding but it would be the most compact.
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"Center speaker has been cut, possibly by manufacturer and appears to be professionally repaired with black tape. This appears very professional and might be by design. The tape used is not some cheap electrical tape, but a light fabric-like tape. I assume if you are bidding on this high-end speaker, that you are an audiophile and aware of the origins of the anomaly."