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Old 9th June 2011, 03:35 PM   #1
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Flea Watt: New Fostex dipole conical front horns

They look like FE126e's. I like the idea because I have a pair not getting used. Anybody have a clue on the dimensions or how they might sound?
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Old 9th June 2011, 05:15 PM   #2
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Flea Watt: New Fostex dipole conical front horns

They look like FE126e's. I like the idea because I have a pair not getting used. Anybody have a clue on the dimensions or how they might sound?


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any info on these conical horns
Ooh. Something about that speaker makes my spine go all tingly. I wonder what woofer is in the 828 cabinet?
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Deep breaths Cal. And repeat, I will not build more gorilla coffins, I will not build more gorilla coffins.

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I tried but couldn't find contact information on the page and my post on the blog hasn't been accepted yet so.....
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Old 10th June 2011, 05:26 PM   #7
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Smith horn is a misnomer at best. Regardless, been down the parallel wall horn 'road' with the Altec 210/211 and it's a dead end when high SQ and efficiency is desired/required. Ditto high aspect ratios, i.e. any beyond ~ 1:1.273.

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210's seem to sound best on their side and stacked. Big difference from standing
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Nice bass bins Cal. Too bad they are bigger than my living room!

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Cal Is on the board of directors of the Altec Housing Authority so he gets some perks the rest of us do not. Best regards Moray James.
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