i like the last ones looks... it looks awesome ... and i wouldnt recomend placing an amp on a box or in one period. the vibrations could jar some stuff in the amp loose and ruin ur amp. i had that happen to me once.
Dood, I'm speechless. This kid spends all this time "designing" what ever the hell that is, and I STILL can't tell him wtf to do. I need dimensions, better yet, tell me your space requirements, and I'll design you a box... sound like a deal?
With your bare knuckles, knock on the 3/4" MDF. Listen to the sound it makes as you knock on it.
Now knock on the 1" MDF. Listen to the sound it makes.
The difference is:
The thinner material will sound as a lower note compared to the thicker or more dense material. You want the higher pitched knock.
The materials that resonate less, will sound better because you will get sound coming from the speaker and only speaker itsself. Some people get excited when an enclosure sounds BOOMY. They think that more sound is better.
Placing on the amp on the enclosure shouldn't cause it any harm my cousin has his amp screwed to his and it has been fine and ive even seen pro installers to it. Plus all components are soldered to the circuit board and that sh!t dont come loose to easy.
hey for you card players, is 3/4 mdf being the best you can get(like it won't matter that much going thicker) kindof like shuffling the cards 7 times is the randamest the cards will ever get no matter how many times you shuffle??