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October 24, 2007

Huge Rubiks Cube Subwoofer

at 5:27 am. Filed under Complex Hacks, Crazy Hacks, DIY Hacks, Funny Hacks, Insane Equipment, What Were They Thinking


If you are wanting to add some bass to your home theater why build a Huge Rubik’s Cube Subwoofer! It isn’t as big as this gigantic subwoofer but it looks a lot more fun.


"Sealed Enclosure: 3 Cu. Feet Driver Diameter: 15", Aluminum Cone Outer Enclosure: 3/4" MDF Shell with 3/4" MDF ’tiles’ overlaying it, forming the Rubik’s Squares Reinforcement: 1 Y/Z-Axis piece of 3/4" MDF, cut to allow driver. 1 X/Y-Axis piece of 3/4" MDF, cut to allow driver and Plate Amp. 1 Z-Axis piece of 3/4" MDF, cut to allow Driver. 1 full piece of 1/2" MDF at top. 1 Cut piece of 3/4" MDF on bottom. Total Box measurements: 20.75" Wide, 20.75" Tall, 20.75" Long Tile size: Face: 7.5" X 7.5", Cube: 7.5" X 7.5" X 7.5" Total Measurements: 22.5" Wide, 25.5" Tall (w/ 3" feet), 22.5" Long Total Weight w/o Speaker, wiring, Poly-fil, Amplifier: ~98 lbs. Total Weight: ~144 lbs. It’s a beast, I must say, but before we begin how about some background information? My current system utilizes 2 Paradigm v3.0 Studio 100s (fronts), 1 CC-590 center, and 2 Studio 20s for 5.1 surrounds. Driving all that is an NAD T773, biamped with 2 NAD C272s for the fronts and discrete 7.1 inputs biamping the 20s – Long live the Canadian sound! Likewise, when I finally moved into my new apartment with space for a television (that’s a luxury in Boston) I wanted the extra kick for DVDs – what HT is complete without a sub? I’ll admit I’m a bit of a purest and can’t stomach the thought of attaching an external sub to my stereo so my search began for something that could rock the 60hz range in movies but neither force me to rewire every time I want to play a CD… Being a huge fan of my Paradigms, I naturally went to the accompanying model for my Studio 100s – the Direct Servo 15. Despite making a great sub, I also played around with the option I eventually went with – making one. Reasons for this were two-fold – I hadn’t taken on any art pieces in a while and just having dropped first, last, security, etc for the new place I didn’t want to make a large purchase (insert your Alanis Joke here). Long story short, I chose to go with a Rythmik Audio Servo-15. One visit to Rythmik Audio’s website and you can see that these guys aren’t messing around. "

Thanks Reverend Jones

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15 Responses to “Huge Rubiks Cube Subwoofer”

  1. marks256 Says:

    i would be proud to have that in my home theater. That is just simply beautiful!

  2. David Bue Pedersen Says:

    Oh… That’s just sooooo cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Alan Parekh Says:

    I was just thinking. What would a crook do if they broke in and saw that? Would they know what it was? Would they try to take it? I bet they leave it alone…

  4. Dave Says:

    I want one of those! That is so cool!

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  6. wickedwackguy Says:

    Now THATS cool. Great job!

  7. Macka Says:

    Looks great, good work!

  8. Jerimiah Says:

    Great project but I’m glad I’m not your neighbor in an apartment complex???

  9. feki00 Says:

    LOL what a sick man mind out such a box. Btw it looks cool.

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  11. eidansoft Says:

    Cool!!! I like it very much!!

  12. Dan McGrath Says:

    Nice sub!!
    You might like mine

    See http://www.yourmissus.com/subwoofer

    If you like it you are welcome to link to or reproduce the article on your site, I just ask that you credit me with a link to my site.


    Dan McGrath

  13. omg Says:


  14. rafael Says:

    how much would it cost for someone to build one and send it to nebraska

  15. Josh Says:

    Hi, i was wondering if you had any more photos of how you made this? I really want to make one but was interested a bit more detail about the painting, not entirely sure how you did that. Thanks.

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