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Old 30th April 2013, 02:59 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by GM View Post
Wiring's a bit tacky looking, but a beautiful horn!

Thanks This was just a test before playing with Lowthers. I never really put a finish on them because they were not intended to stay long. 2 years later, they are still in my living room, and I am still debating if I should build a BLH with Lowther PM5A or DX4, or go with a corner design with the GPA 604-8H-III. Since funding is limited for now, I am still reading and trying to find new implementations with Lowthers and GPAs.

I find my current BLH with the Fe207E are lacking in the upper range. I was always tempted to add ESS Heil AMTs but since this is not my final speakers, I never got them.made the move.
surfing the 2nd harmonic ... @@@@
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Old 24th March 2014, 08:30 PM   #22
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BLH with the Fostex 207E

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Very nice! Bạn diy rất đẹp!
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