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Re: Board with MDF?

> It's most popular uses are...
> for audio loudspeaker cabinets, where the uniformity of
> structure is advantageous.

> MDF, like so-called chipboard or particle board, is heavier
> than comparably sized plywood with a poplar core  :-( .

(slightly off topic)
MDF is great for audio speakers since it is uniform and very solid (heavy)
which prevents flexing of the cabinet under use.  More rigid a cabinet, the
better the audio quality/response.  MDF is great of lots of applications but
it is heavy.

FYI, Chris