@Redtag: That's a class-build, even got the bracing on the front panel correct. What wood is that though, is has the layers of Baltic birch but the face of something else?
@Jeremoth: It's a bit like wearing a different shoe on each foot. If your feet are so different that they need different shoes for best performance than it's a good idea. If your feet are pretty much the same, it's a bit weird but under the right circumstances it can be a cool thing.
Somewhere in the 90's it was a short-lived thing to wear your jacket with the back at the front (I think after Criss-Cross did it).
In general with the magnet inside the chamber; highest crossover, or for low Vas drivers. Magnet visible, most low output, best driver cooling.
I've just finished building 2 x Cubo 15, 2x Cubo 15 kick and 2x SMT112 tops and have thoroughly enjoyed the experience.
I'm about to use them at their first outdoor event (circa 100 people) next weeked for disco / house / techno so will see how they go.
The rig goes pretty loud so far and really clean, though I'm wondering what I can add next for bigger bass!?
Toying with the idea of some scoops or a W bin but am I better off building another two cubo 15s? Would be easier to integrate into the setup since can parallel them of an existing amp!
Heres a pic of it so far (minus one top and one kick).