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Old 17th October 2010, 06:46 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by Ivo View Post
Fair enough, but my curiosity is how a large Oris-style horn with a coaxial could be made to work.
Do you mean in comparison to a large LeCleach (e.g. Azurahorn)?
As posted earlier, I prefer the sound of the shorter, faster opening in the 0.8 T LeCleach; it lets the highs out better.
At least I know it works well w/ Tannoys, and Mid-bass horns underneath.
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