I'm planning to build myself a 12" cab and I want to make sure I got everything about right. I've spent the last week scouring these forums and some others for tips and plans and I still have some uncertainties here. I'm looking to build as mobile a rig as possible using the ashdown ant or te elf. The cab would be used for practice at home and small gigs and around 150w at 8ohm with single 12" would cover my needs and then some 95% of the time. Bigger gigs I would still go straight to board. For a light cab I'm looking to get somewhere around 10kg or less and for my untrained eyes I have trouble seeing how I couldn't recreate something like the te bassbox. Questions for now: 1) As far as budget goes, I can see how you are not going to save money when building 4x10 or bigger. But with just one 12" driver I don't see myself going over 200€ even if everything didn't go as I planned. What am I missing here? 2) I have narrowed my driver to basslite s2012. Mainly because the price seems right and according to forums you aren't far off with eminence anyway. Am I correct assuming this? If I understand it correctly it should handle both my amp choices ok with 8 ohms. How about the frequencies? I would like it to have a convincing low B. Tuning cabs was a completely new concept for me so I have no input here. Online calculators give me enough information that I can build it but I have no idea what all the numbers Actually mean. 3) I would like to have the option to add another one of the same cabinet to this in the future if all goes well. I understand it would be possible to add a terminal in the back that is wired so that the additional cab would be parallel? That way I could have the option to have 1x12" at 8 ohms for 130-150w or 2x 1x12" at 4 ohms for the full 200w, correct?