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RE: Does it effectively lower the cutoff frequency?

I agree with that statement.

Placing any horn in a flat baffle at its mouth controls its polars by a small margin and also provides a bit better loading to the driver to a lower frequency.

A "baffle step" is actually the effect of a flat baffle acting like an 90 degree exit angle horn.

"As far as the ear can tell, consistently clean and spacious bass can be reproduced only by a driver unit coupled to a horn-type acoustic transformer..."; Jack Dinsdale, May 1974

Edits: 04/25/17 04/25/17

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  • RE: Does it effectively lower the cutoff frequency? - Cask05 09:04:41 04/25/17 (0)


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