So you've purchased one of our loudspeaker kits - now what? We've got several guides to help you complete your new investment. Or If you're looking for something more advanced, or something specific, the owner's club forum is full of useful hints and tips for making your kit look as good as it sounds!
Barry Dixon (Bazza) recently finished a pair of TL6 towers using a paper-backed wood veneer. He also wrote an extensive guide and kindly agreed to let us mirror it here.
Varnishing / lacquering is one of the oldest woodworking finishes available and can be applied to raw MDF as well as to a veneered finish.
Painting is a common finish for timber and can be applied to raw MDF with spectacular results.
The vinyl type veneers are the easiest finish of all for a beginner to get right and will guarantee a professional finish in the shortest period of time.
There are a myriad of different ways to finish off your speakers, and choosing the type and style of finish you want will impact not only how they look but how long it will take to achieve this look.
This page is designed to assist you with selecting a kit which best suits the application you have in mind for it