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In Reply to: RE: Planars vs. Horns Discussion posted by Kloss on June 20, 2012 at 09:02:37
The system is not on Inmates under Kloss...
First order horns? C'mon, that's a combination of two very excellent design concepts.
1) First Order
Another way to skin that cat, if a guy is into CD/digital and music servers is to do crossovers in DSP (digital domain) and do all EQ, filters and even phase correction with a single VST plugin...
Yeah. This ain't grand-dad's audio hobby anymore, is it?
Vintage old tech combined with cutting edge new tech...
If nothing else it's a super amount of fun!
So? Quit making me hold my breath here...
Will email you a pic if you like.
There are horns that can do square waves, and better than about anything else. Check out Danley Synergy horns, not made for hifi market, but they can do it. And not just to one position, but over a wide area.
A friend of mine does the xover for his stuff in the digital domain
No phase issues etc.
I have used the DBX Driverack stuff in the pro world but still prefer
my analog EAW processor or Rane analog gear.
Im still not convinced digital is convincing yet BUT this looks cool
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