Offer to sell: X-LS Cabs Raw/Painted /// X-CS flat pack/Raw/Painted

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Killian Smith

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Been working hard out in the shop and thought I'd offer to help folks along with their X-LS and X-CS builds.

X-LS CABINET assembled, but unpainted $200



 X-LS CABINET assembled, painted $350 (for most colors/finishes but prices may vary)



Also for sale is a handy crossover template board...if you are worried or confused about your crossover layout, this can help you have a side by side comparison $20




X-CS flat pack $180



X-CS assembled but unpainted $250 (((picture is a dry fit...use your imagination that it has been glued)))



X-CS assembled and painted $325 (for most colors/finishes but prices may vary)

EMAIL ME: dentonwoodworkers@gmail.com

We may be willing and able to veneer these but that is too hard to price as veneer prices can range etc.

PRICE IS PER PAIR FOLKS (hahaha)

Shipping can range. I'll give you an estimate when you email me!

corndog71

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For a cleaner look you may want to cover the whole front with the baffle.


AverageNiceGuy

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Hmm,
I'm interested in the X-LS, email sent

Hobbsmeerkat

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My pair of XLS are from Killian!
They're hefty and well built, and they were well packaged.
I would definitely recommend sealing the MDF & using a skimcoat of spackle/bondo for a perfectly smooth finish before painting. (As was recommended by other users) I doubt it'll be necessary for veneer, but its definitely a good way to go for the price!



I do think using a whole piece for the front would be a good desing Choice going forward, rather than using the outer walls for the edges, as others have suggested.

Out of curiosity do you also plan to offer kits for AV-O/X-Omni or the X-SLS?

Killian Smith

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My pair of XLS are from Killian!
They're hefty and well built, and they were well packaged.
I would definitely recommend sealing the MDF & using a skimcoat of spackle/bondo for a perfectly smooth finish before painting. (As was recommended by other users) I doubt it'll be necessary for veneer, but its definitely a good way to go for the price!



I do think using a whole piece for the front would be a good desing Choice going forward, rather than using the outer walls for the edges, as others have suggested.



Out of curiosity do you also plan to offer kits for AV-O/X-Omni or the X-SLS?

Id be willing to do other designs! Hard to price or give time estimates for turn around on anything we haven’t made. We are currently building out some X-Static’s. New designs are fun to work the kinks out.

The front baffle as a single piece is a good idea for hiding the most common viewed seem. But it does present some problems in how you do an initial glue up. The rabbets (which is the woodworking term for that seem) give you an ideal spot to have lots of glue contact. This problem is especially compounded for selling someone a flat pack, as now the more complicated ways of adhering the pieces become the ‘customers’ problem.

All that to say, we didn’t find it particularly hard to conceal the seem...bit of filler/bondo/primer and subsequent layers of paint, and the seems were hidden.

Killian Smith

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For a cleaner look you may want to cover the whole front with the baffle.



This thing does look good Corndog71. May have to mess with this some.

Hobbsmeerkat

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Id be willing to do other designs! Hard to price or give time estimates for turn around on anything we haven’t made. We are currently building out some X-Static’s. New designs are fun to work the kinks out.

The front baffle as a single piece is a good idea for hiding the most common viewed seem. But it does present some problems in how you do an initial glue up. The rabbets (which is the woodworking term for that seem) give you an ideal spot to have lots of glue contact. This problem is especially compounded for selling someone a flat pack, as now the more complicated ways of adhering the pieces become the ‘customers’ problem.

All that to say, we didn’t find it particularly hard to conceal the seem...bit of filler/bondo/primer and subsequent layers of paint, and the seems were hidden.

Good to know! Seeing several posts about the X-Statik, its another pair I'd love to build if money/opportunity arose. I'm definitely looking forward to your thoughts on the X-Statik!  :thumb:

That's a fair point for sure!

Killian Smith

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The trio