My wife's Mom is going through some serious medical challenges right now. My brother in law bought them a really nice 55" LED TV to replace their 25" tube TV since they will be pretty much home bound for quite a while. Like all flat screen TV's this one's speakers sucks big time. We were at their house Saturday to celebrate Christmas. I took a few quick measurements of their TV stand and the new LED TV which has outboard legs instead of a center stand. Yesterday morning I got up early and designed the enclosure. It will sit underneath their TV. A quick trip to Home Depot for a 1/2" MDF handi-panel and I was cutting up the pieces in no time. This sound bar is 30" wide across the front, 4" high, and has an overall depth of 9". This yields a net volume of 4.4 liters per side, with a 1.5" diameter by 6" long port. The drivers are Dayton ND90-8 woofers and ND16fa-6 tweeters. I have never had an enclosure(s) come together so quickly. My plan is to veneer this with some paper backed cherry veneer that I have. A black grill (cloth) has been requested... diffraction be damned right? Anyway, the ND90-8 woofers in this alignment aren't too far off from what Paul Carmondy did with his Sprite project. I think they will do quite well for the intended purpose. My father in law has limited hearing (he wears hearing aides) so my voicing will be geared to help him hear the news channels and sport games as clear as possible. As simple as this project is, it just might be my most rewarding.