That's actually part of my plan but as a sideline. Nothing big time like a full blown business. Just something I can do in the evenings and weekends and hopefully make enough money to at least pay for my tools and feed the addiction Maybe somebody will even want me to build them a pair of speakers I would never be allowed to have in the house otherwise, like a line source. At least that way I could listen to them while they are burning in.
Wouldn't want to give up my day job. Spent 7 years in college to be a Registered Dietitian, and have the student loan debt to prove it.
If you have a good (Paying) job and a job that you like,
then do the woodworking as a sideline,
a sideline that will bring extra $$$ to pay for your student loan
or whatever you dream of.
Building something and keep it for burn in, that's good, that way,
you can evaluate the sound of what you have built
and that way you will know what you have built sounds like.
I wish I could do that, but my two hand have ten thumbs.
If you were living next door to me, I would order a pair of enclosure
from you and I am sure it would be better than
my Vietnamese cabinet maker.
Like they say:
Keep up the good work.