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In Reply to: RE: Here's one thought about why... posted by tube wrangler on April 26, 2017 at 22:40:08
Hi Dennis, good name BTW my fathers name :)
Anyways it is of my years of knowledge that IMO and amplifier cannot fix a bad nasty shouting speaker, nor would i want too this tells me it is somehow covering up its inhearent problems (horns speakers)
now I wont re-write everything here but I will provide a link that will show exactly what i really think about horn speakers and why they are NO GOOD for audio IN THE HOME.
I am shuffleskater
Edits: 04/28/17Follow Ups:
Don't get me wrong, horns are very hard to implement let alone design from the driver up and that is why much of the home and DIY area consists of horns and drivers developed by engineer artisan's long before good measurements and computer modeling and design existed, proven designs (and often available used).
A creative and observant person can go a very long way without the technical help available now but it makes more sense to me to use every tool and aid you can get your hands on and to build on the library of understanding by doing tests on your own where there are a lot of blank pages.
supposed to explain what is about horn speakers you don't like? The posts I read - before the thread repeated itself ad nauseam and the generalisations, personal insults, and general willy waving became tedious - was that horns don't resemble live music because they distort and present music in an upfront way.
You are not really explicit enough in your descriptions for people to help... though if you are seeking help, you approach is counter-productive. I could be wrong, but your approach resembles trolling, though that may not be your motivation.
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