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Old 28th March 2012, 05:58 AM   #1
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Default 200Hz horn...way big?

OK...here's what I got..I measured out a Pioneer 6/9 TS-6943 . For Fs I got 63 Hz, a 89 Db at 4Ohm...The measured Qts I got was 1.0379....I attribute the poor Qes to a X Max oriented driver. So if I box it up Q is going to go higher...I figure, "why not horn load it to get the Db up?
So I have a go ahead with my horn...she won't see just how big till one's done "Akkk didn't tell me it was this big"!!
So I have 1.25M high, .8333... wide, both sides also at .8333...narrowing down to 4.662 by 7" at the throat.

Any ideas?? Am I on the right track here..I'm clear to build!!

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