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Old 20th December 2009, 03:28 AM   #11
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I am in the middle of building some double horns mtm's, a lot better to my ear than any TL I have ever built and i love TLs, worth a look. They are built like the Chang series so it is a short path and easy to build. And yes the air volume is a little large for anything other than a low power tube / gainclone.
I see you have what looks like a 2.5 way in there, what are the drivers and xover? Looking to partner a small tube amp (no bigger than EL84 PP) on modern jazz etc.

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Old 20th December 2009, 05:45 AM   #12
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its the angle of the pic, they are Dayton RS125 and Vifa DX25TG-05-04 Bi-amp with a XO at 3.3k they are going into my home theater*Or that was the plan till i found how musical they are* along with a dual horn center, TL rears and a tapped or Khorn sub. Running off a set of SE 6550's at about ~15w rms

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Old 20th December 2009, 07:29 AM   #13
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I say build the double mouthed BVR. Vertical space typically is free
well, perhaps the vertical space might be "free", but the listening distance for output of the the 2 mouths and central driver to combine - not always
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Old 20th December 2009, 10:32 AM   #14
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well, perhaps the vertical space might be "free", but the listening distance for output of the the 2 mouths and central driver to combine - not always
The place where I sit is 4m (13ft) from the speakers. Is that enough for the double mouth ?
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LDSG Section*16 might be handy for any future projects - it's a good way to make sure you're not murdered in the night.....
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LDSG Section*16 might be handy for any future projects - it's a good way to make sure you're not murdered in the night.....
That formula may be reviewed to add the form factor. The "visible area" must be part of the formula because a slim tower is better accepted even if the area is the same
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well, perhaps the vertical space might be "free", but the listening distance for output of the the 2 mouths and central driver to combine - not always
Also very true.

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That formula may be reviewed to add the form factor. The "visible area" must be part of the formula because a slim tower is better accepted even if the area is the same
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