In Reply to: RE: Compression drivers used outdoors posted by Coner on February 1, 2017 at 05:12:34:
Thanks. This puzzled me, but then I looked up cutaway diagrams... I had forgotten that the 'anatomy' of a compression driver is reversed from a cone driver - so moisture doesn't have to go through the diaphragm to reach the magnet gap.
I might trim the horns down slightly, so I can mount them them inside something I can seal airtight - 200 litre food drums. That would be less trouble than hauling the horns in and out of storage, and should only cost about $50:
"Food grade steel drums
200lt clean food grade feed or storage steel drums. These drums have only been used once and are in excellent condition. They are a open lid drum with a band clip ring. Limited stock."
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Topic - Compression drivers used outdoors - hollowboy 21:19:05 01/31/17 (7)
- RE: Compression drivers used outdoors - tomservo 05:56:54 02/02/17 (0)
- RE: Compression drivers used outdoors - jewel 09:12:37 02/01/17 (0)
- RE: Compression drivers used outdoors - Coner 05:12:34 02/01/17 (4)