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Old 11-06-2011, 01:14 AM   #1821
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Cool. The reason for asking is that i might try and do an upgrade on my subdudes sometime in the future. I have lots of rockwool left from making my diy absorption panels so were thinking of maybe making a couple of square wood frames and fill them with some of that placing them on top of the subdudes.

Right now it's just in my head though hehe.
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Old 11-06-2011, 01:56 AM   #1823
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I think being creative & making your own makes it better. DIY I have made all 3 of my risers so they are unique & one of a kind. no one on earth has one like it

I am also a firm believer that the higher the sub the better the sound ~ Just remember I am crazy

Been awhile since I posted these so here are my sub risers.

My 15" sub riser.


My 12" sub riser.



My 10" sub riser.

Wow those are very nicely done. I also like the way jruc made his as well with the solid wood legs and spray foam insulation. Hmmm....I may go this route as it would most likely end up being cheaper in the long run. Plus I could always cover the entire riser with carpet/fabric, making it a little more solid looking.
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Old 11-06-2011, 01:11 AM   #1824
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Wow those are very nicely done. I also like the way jruc made his as well with the solid wood legs and spray foam insulation. Hmmm....I may go this route as it would most likely end up being cheaper in the long run. Plus I could always cover the entire riser with carpet/fabric, making it a little more solid looking.
Just remember to take pics of the process or when it is done so we can all see it ! It helps give others ideas if they choose to build them
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Old 11-06-2011, 02:06 AM   #1825
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Just remember to take pics of the process or when it is done so we can all see it ! It helps give others ideas if they choose to build them
I will if that is the route I will go. Right now I don't have the tools I will need to perform the work, and finding the time to do it. Should I choose to do this though I will definetly post pics for all to see.
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Old 12-08-2011, 06:44 PM   #1826
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Don't know if people asked already but would 4 hockey pucks under the subwoofer (SVS PB13U) alone, would help decouple the sub?
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Old 12-09-2011, 02:45 AM   #1827
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Don't know if people asked already but would 4 hockey pucks under the subwoofer (SVS PB13U) alone, would help decouple the sub?
They have been used before for that, yes - give it a shot, see what it does
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Just got done with the sub riser I built for my Velodyne VX-11. I used some black automotive carpet, poly fill, spray foam insulation, and 3M fabric adhesive from the Wal Mart I work at. I also used two pieces of 3/4" MDF for the top and bottom, and 4 pieces of a 2x4 and some Locktite sealer from Home Depot. The reason for the 2x4's is that their sales rep who was cutting the wood said they couldn't cut a 3" height on the MDF due to safety reasons. Turns out the 2x4's were a better choice as they gave more of a solid support. Anyway here are the pics of the build.











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Just got done with the sub riser I built for my Velodyne VX-11. I used some black automotive carpet, poly fill, spray foam insulation, and 3M fabric adhesive from the Wal Mart I work at. I also used two pieces of 3/4" MDF for the top and bottom, and 4 pieces of a 2x4 and some Locktite sealer from Home Depot. The reason for the 2x4's is that their sales rep who was cutting the wood said they couldn't cut a 3" height on the MDF due to safety reasons. Turns out the 2x4's were a better choice as they gave more of a solid support. Anyway here are the pics of the build.
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Fantastic job.

Can I make you an offer and buy it from you?
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darkpoet25 ~ Nice Job

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darkpoet25 ~ Nice Job

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+1 & make that Triple - BD's rich.
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+1 & make that Triple - BD's rich.
With friends like you, who needs an enemy?
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Off to bed ~ Night
BRENT "Started" it!!

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Thanks for the compliments guys, it means alot coming from the three of you. I wasn't sure how it would turn out, seeing as how this was my first time building something like this, but I am very happy with the results. I noticed the bass sounds a little bit tighter too. I'm currently watching Sherlock Holmes and every punch and gun shot sounds nice, tight and clean. Sorry BigDaddy, it isn't for sale .
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Ok guys i apologize in advance if any one has asked this before. I just purchased a Polk PSW10 to replace the sub that came with my Onkyo HT-S5200 HTib (I also purchased a pair of Monitor 60's Two pair of T15's, and a CS1 center ch.) So here is the deal, I live in a 2nd floor condo and know the poor girl that lives bellow me is prob. ready to kill me. So i was wondering if i built a riser using the the method Big Daddy shows in the original post will help reduce the headache i am giving me neighbor. Also i have a 6x6 ft. sheet of egg carton style black foam that is used in shipping. Would that be ok in place of the foam Wally Mart sells? Thanks in advance for whatever help or advice you guy could give me.
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I had to join this forum simply because of this thread. I've been lurking around here for a few weeks gathering information and ideas (mostly from Big Daddy's posts haha) but this has by far been the best thing i have done for my surround sound (other than upgrading from a HTiB ) so i figured i would join and share my experience.

At first i was a little skeptical at how a riser could make a difference in the bass quality, but boy am i glad i went for it. I went for the closed box SubTrap type riser as i had a couple of old stool type things lying around taking up space that were absolutely perfect for this purpose. They are basically boxes with a top that comes off and hollow inside. They raise the sub about 1', maybe 1' 1-1/2" with the rubber feet i attached and the improvement in the bass quality is AMAZING. I didn't take pictures during the process (sorry) because i did it all in a bit of a rush and there wasn't actually much building since the boxes were premade, but i will explain what i did and maybe add pictures tomorrow if i get a chance.

First i bought 3 large rolls of Poly-Fil Tru Foam from Wal-Mart (24"x72"x1" since i was making 2 of these) which totaled about $50. I cut the foam down into squares the length and width of the inside of the boxes and stuffed them to the top. Then i bought a 20"x30"x3/16" Elmer's Sturdy Foam board from Wal-Mart for about $3 to use as the tops, and also from Wal-Mart (love this store right? ) i got 4 packs of Super Slider rubber chair feet (4 in each pack) for about $2 a piece to use as feet for the stands as well as the subs. I used some Gorilla Glue i had lying around to attach 4 of the rubber feet to each box and simply slipped the remaining feet onto the existing feet of the subs. To finish it all off i took some old matching blankets i had and folded them up to place over the foam board top and set the subs on top of that. Now i must admit, they aren't the most aesthetically pleasing things in the world, but my do they do their job and do it well! For a whopping total of $61 i made two "SubTrap" risers that have been the greatest addition to me and my dad's surround sound systems. Thumbs up to everyone on this thread for giving me the urge to do this, definitely no regrets. Hopefully i can get some pictures tomorrow of the finished product inside and out. Peace~
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[Show spoiler]I had to join this forum simply because of this thread. I've been lurking around here for a few weeks gathering information and ideas (mostly from Big Daddy's posts haha) but this has by far been the best thing i have done for my surround sound (other than upgrading from a HTiB ) so i figured i would join and share my experience.


At first i was a little skeptical at how a riser could make a difference in the bass quality, but boy am i glad i went for it. I went for the closed box SubTrap type riser as i had a couple of old stool type things lying around taking up space that were absolutely perfect for this purpose. They are basically boxes with a top that comes off and hollow inside. They raise the sub about 1', maybe 1' 1-1/2" with the rubber feet i attached and the improvement in the bass quality is AMAZING.
[Show spoiler]I didn't take pictures during the process (sorry) because i did it all in a bit of a rush and there wasn't actually much building since the boxes were premade, but i will explain what i did and maybe add pictures tomorrow if i get a chance.


[Show spoiler]First i bought 3 large rolls of Poly-Fil Tru Foam from Wal-Mart (24"x72"x1" since i was making 2 of these) which totaled about $50. I cut the foam down into squares the length and width of the inside of the boxes and stuffed them to the top. Then i bought a 20"x30"x3/16" Elmer's Sturdy Foam board from Wal-Mart for about $3 to use as the tops, and also from Wal-Mart (love this store right? ) i got 4 packs of Super Slider rubber chair feet (4 in each pack) for about $2 a piece to use as feet for the stands as well as the subs. I used some Gorilla Glue i had lying around to attach 4 of the rubber feet to each box and simply slipped the remaining feet onto the existing feet of the subs. To finish it all off i took some old matching blankets i had and folded them up to place over the foam board top and set the subs on top of that. Now i must admit, they aren't the most aesthetically pleasing things in the world, but my do they do their job and do it well!
For a whopping total of $61 i made two "SubTrap" risers that have been the greatest addition to me and my dad's surround sound systems. Thumbs up to everyone on this thread for giving me the urge to do this, definitely no regrets. Hopefully i can get some pictures tomorrow of the finished product inside and out. Peace~
Sounds good (no pun intended ) --- Look forward to some photos when you get a chance.
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Finally got some pictures!



This is the Elmers stiff board that acts as the top cover



This is a side view of the Elmers board for an idea of the thickness.



This is a side view of the box i used, pretty nifty that i had two of these lying around



This is a close up of the rubber feet i attached with the Gorilla Glue.



This is the foam that i used inside, packed all the way from bottom to top.



This is the blanket that i used to cover the top.



This is the finished product where it sits without the sub ontop.



And this is how it sits now with the sub, creating smooth, tight, clear, non-wall-shaking bass

That's it, so simple yet sooooo effective. Thanks again guys! Peace~
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Very Cool dude!! Whether it looks like it cost you $600 or $60, WHO CARES!!! As long it Does the JOB Required - which seems to be the case - That's all that matters!!
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