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Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. I can’t wait to see this thread really take off when you start taking measurements!
The Focusrite has those annoying pro-audio only connectors whereas my amp has RCAs. Mike Garrett is online now. Bidding has ended on this item. This covers the whole human vocal range. If you want to see other speakers y945 “midbass horns” look to Fostec the Cat’s goodsoundclub. No additional import charges on delivery. If you ask any horn aficionado they will tell you that this advantage is real and that direct radiators just don’t compare to the realism.
Jeffrey was stuck, so Elevenhorns hadn’t made any horns since. Good point, although it is convenient for the size My study of tube designs pushed me to Thomas Mayer and Dave Slagle.
It has front ARB air lockers and rear detroit lockers on Dana 44s with 4. It looks like something by PlaySkool inpired by something from the Terminator. All the material is in outstanding condition.
Hanging from the ceiling??
Results 61 to 75 of I believe this tweeter disappeared in the early 90s’ when Fostex Japan closed their “Pro” division and finally gave up trying to break into JBL’s North American market also, the rising value of the YEN hurt them.
Essentially all these are working as quasi compression drivers down lower. I also have intentions to build other speakers after that will likely employ my big SEOS18s.
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Didn’t know if new diaphragms were available for them. I thought I ffostex the right cables, but they were wrong. I wasn’t too upset to be honest, disappointed a bit, but I was planning to dye aniline dye the horns to match my bass bins anyway see second post so, I’d just do it then.
I will learn through this and employ the help of the knowledgeable folks here. Love the big horns. All times are GMT I just got this jeep from my Dad who was into Jeepin last November. The measurement equipment that I have at my disposal: My horns have a bit of t954 mostly around the mouth edges and a tiny bit of cracking. Originally Posted by Locanti. I sent a message for mech, but not of answer. So here goes a grand maiden voyage on a not-so-simple design.
For a third part, i have this material. The T voice-coil is 40 mm vs the 20 mm of the T My plans were based a lot on JLH’s experience with his hz Tractrix very similar profile in this case.
As with all the Fostex tweeters I’ve heard, they are much smoother to listen to than the equivalent JBL type. Where did you get those large, spherical hz horns? I would imagine that it would take a larger driver to take advantage of the low end capability of the horn. Note, the OS waveguides which are only 21″ in diameter don’t have any separation or cracking, just the big boys.
I think I have some other drivers that aren’t as relevant.
Mounting it up so I can measure it itself is a bit of a challenge as it has a very awkward weight distribution.
BTW, I plan to start on the measurements tomorrow. I have an old CJ7 that I am building with a Dana 44 front and a Dana 60 rear, with a Chevy and a nice set of springs for clearing 35’s! I just need to figure out the best way to get the most accurate measurements then I’ll start on a tear. Right now the hold up is the cables.