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I've finally decided to build a custom enclosure for my sub and as part of the design I want to put a clear perspex window in the top of the sub box and another in the false floor over the amp. The problem is I can't find anywhere in Brisbane to pick up a decent piece of perspex. Any ideas where I could get it?

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I'll have to dig up my contact for it- but there is a place northside that sells it in whatever size you wnat. would also look at glass shops. be well aware that it is NOT cheap.

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Look into Lexan also, its like perspex but has better audio properties. It's also a bit more expensive but youll get the benefit from it.

I've actually put the perspex window in already but I'll keep that in mind next time. The window is only small (100x150) so hopefully it won't make much difference to sound quality.

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