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Actual turntables, like the SL-1210? That might be asking for problems, Think low frequency feedback/ rumble and skipping on real high levels. Either use a construction that decouples from the sub woofer, or adds a lot a weight on top.
Vibrations : I need to have my setup (turntables + mixer) diretly on the top of the enclosure : How will it goes with the bass vibrations ?
Will I be able to operate everything smoothly or will it be
unpracticable ? If too shaky, what would be a solution to have my setup
on the enclosure or as close as possible ? I need to be ultra compact
Not much that you can do, unless you measure the results first. Pretty sure that driver/ cabinet combo will be just fine though.
Plan Optimization : On the plan, it's written that many drivers are fittable, but I know that each driver has it's own characteristics, so
on it's on enclosure size. How could I optimize this plan for the RCF
LF15N401 and be sure I'm getting the best of the driver ?
That isn't going to help much with point 1 unless you decouple well/ add enough weight. But 18 mm, 13 ply Baltic birch B/BB is your best choice.
Wood type : Is it ok if I use MDF or I strictly need to use plywood ?