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In Reply to: RE:Here it is posted by Mr_Steady on April 04, 2017 at 13:34:39
Ha! That's great sleuth work, Mr. Steady!
Ya know, John Meyer taught me a LOT about horns and loudspeakers. That guy knows his stuff. www.meyersound.com. He was designing speaker systems WAY back in the late '60s for A&M Records and McCune Sound. Heck, when I was at McCune last year - get this - they have a truckload of new Meyer speakers, AND, still have some of the old big boxes (sitting on shelves) from back in the day!
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It only took a minute.
I'm not knocking John Meyer. Sound reinforcement and high fidelity home audio are two different things. I'm glad he is a mentor. I would like to have a conversation about horns with him myself. I am quite sure that like all people who are interested in horns Mr. Meyer is intrigued by Danley's designs.
I'm not trying to make excuses for you, but I do seem to remember you had just gotten out of surgery a couple days before this post, and I know for a fact that people who come out of anesthesia are out of sorts for a while.
Then again you have been known to troll! :) :) :) (It's a punchline)
Big speakers and little amps blew my mind!
You seem to remember it better than I do now!
There once was a time when sock puppets roamed the Hi-E forum. This actually predated the time when corporations became people and we began to wait for Texas to put one to death. The moderators have put some sock puppets to death here however. Have we met? Is your name Wayne? I would be happy to appologize for besmirching the name of a real person with a single personality, and give thanks for the correction too. But as to apologizing to a sock puppet, well it ain't gonna happen.
No, my name is not Wayne, although a nice acquaintance is Wayne, nicknamed "Waynard". You can learn all about him at waynebergeron.com. We both play trumpet, but he's a little better. ;)
Through the years several good people on this forum have left, or greatly curtailed their participation due to the tediousness of arguing with anonymous posters who have nothing to lose than their clever monikers. Forget giving people vague advice to read up on horn theory, just do a forum search with WHG. There's enough of a body of work here from Bill Geiger to assemble into a good book. The fact that you are on a high efficiency forum and you are telling people that horns don't work well in the home makes it difficult to take you seriously. Now you present the name of a friend as a reference that you are a real person, but you still need to be anonymous?
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