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In Reply to: RE: Round 80hz exponential horn usage 100 hz to 500 hz posted by email@example.com on February 05, 2017 at 07:34:24
I am in touch with John inlow. He did suggest fir.Depending on specie I read that spruce and poplar,are close in density. Being that it is for the lower frequency ...I am leaning towards the fir as it is definitely more dense than poplar and spruce. I agree that oak will be too heavy.
What frequency horns are you.having John make.?
He had designed the horn that was made by the fellow in Hungary but he screwed them up and John had to come up with new dimensions to get what he had done to work.
They were supposed to be round versions of his horn using the 12" B&C.
What I have has a very hard time getting above 400 hz.
I am intrigued by his smaller horn using the B&C 8" driver. Figure that fits more in the Romy model which I think is an excellent one.
I wanted to use two per side but found I do not have the room. I will go with two and ask a bit more from my Edgar SEISMIC subs.
Glad to hear you are talking to one of the audio greats in my most unhumble opinion.
i saw your post and interest in the inlow mid bass horn and wanted to let you know that i have a pair for sale.
let me know if you are interested.
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