Test fitting the sub and led ring in/on the enclosure;
The sub is in the boat!
Unfortunately I forgot to bring the "feet" for the box, zip ties, and long screws, so it's just kind of resting in place until tomorrow. Once it's in place I'll cut out a trim panel and cover it in white vinyl, and tuck/tie the wiring.
You take care of the IBS while that front vent was easily accessible?
I forgot to reply to your pm! I'm not certain that we'll add any additional weight to the boat, but I guess anything is possible. The floor and box are super easy to pull out, so if we decide to go that route it shouldn't be too tough. I think the dealer is putting a heater in over winter, so all of this will have to come out anyway.
More progress on the sub - I got the box mounted into the boat last night, and put the grille on the woofer;
I have a bit of clean up to do on the wiring on both sides still, but ran out of daylight;
A few shots of the LEDs in darker conditions; they are really bright;
What did you use for the cup holder rings?
Sent from my iPhone newtys droid killer using Tapatalk
Here is a post where I detailed how I made them. I have since gotten an actual router table to take a bit of the danger out of the process, lol.
Where did you buy the actual LED strips from? Your post talks about speaker rings from a guy at the boat show and then the LEDs for the cupholders you mention are "spares you had laying around."
I bought 3528 SMD LEDs on eBay. There are about 38372847282 million sellers. I think they are ~$20 for 16'