When building a custom subwoofer box we want the enclosure to be as strong as possible in order to avoid the sides of the box from flexing. If the sound output of the sub makes the walls of the box vibrate that vibration energy is lost acoustic energy. The best thing to use to prevent the sides of the box from flexing is a window brace. How can we make this bracing? Let's cover some tips and techniques!
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