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Re: Horn mouth vs. front baffle or "speaker cone" [message #88770 is a reply to message #88752] Wed, 05 September 2018 05:38 Go to previous messageGo to next message
johnnycamp5 is currently offline  johnnycamp5
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I think your guess of 60-80Hz is right on.

Last summer I did build a pair of angled, vertical towers (you can see their location by the darker pic).
They reside just outside of each left and right 4pi main (they are about 6'4" high).

I suppose they work as both flanking sub...and high flanking sub (or high distributed sub?).

In either case, it solved/eliminated my vertical null problem from sitting to standing.

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Re: Horn mouth vs. front baffle or "speaker cone" [message #88771 is a reply to message #88770] Wed, 05 September 2018 09:11 Go to previous message
Wayne Parham is currently offline  Wayne Parham
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Looks like a great speaker. And you're right - They work the same way multisubs do. They are multisubs.

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