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In Reply to: RE: From that point of view posted by DrChaos on June 26, 2017 at 10:07:30
It depends on the pro speaker. It can be a full-cone or a strong-horn like the Meyer X-10. The Pioneer/TAD 2251, reviewed in the Absolute Sound in 2002, crossed-over at 950hz. A horn covered the highs and most of the midrange (if we assume this goes to 3kHz).
There are very few "horn" speakers most are Quasi, mostly midrange/ high compression drivers , there is a difference ...
If you can explain the difference. A compression driver must be a horn. Waveguides are horn-loaded.
The problem is we've never had a technical cut-off between W/G and horn. (Like crossover-point or sensitivity of system -never mind physical depth of waveguide).
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