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Old 1st October 2011, 04:09 PM   #1751
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did you use plans?
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Old 1st October 2011, 04:11 PM   #1752
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Have you described the build? What do they sound like. Love the rough with the slick.
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Old 1st October 2011, 07:33 PM   #1753
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Imagine if the drivers in these horns were mounted in 160 Azurahorns instead of that black piece of wood. Now imagine the back of the drivers in the Azurahorns were connected to the throat of these horns, so that when you looked at them from the front, it would look just like two large circles.

Now instead of having the horn's mouth exit to the side, have it exit to the bottom instead. That way when you looked at the speaker the circle on top would be the driver in the Azurahorn and the circle on the bottom would be the mouth of your horn! I bet that would be interesting speaker, no?

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Old 1st October 2011, 08:23 PM   #1754
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Very nice bamboo boxes. You should look into magnets for the grill fastener, loosing those plastic grill sockets would push the aesthetics up a notch.

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Old 1st October 2011, 09:01 PM   #1755
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Default everyone: you continue to suck!

'cause all your builds are prettier than any of mine

Great speakers all.
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Old 1st October 2011, 09:35 PM   #1756
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Thanks to all,

head1962,
They sound good to me. I made the plans myself. I calculated and build the horns 7 years ago using calculator and information from James Melhuish’ site.
Drivers are stripped and modified EX3; CC~3 liters; throat 75cm^2; effective length 3.5m; mouth 0.8m^2; profile Hipex M=0.8;

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I have described the build, but most of it already disappeared from cyberspace.
Why not MDF?

thetubeguy1954,
You just described Azura PP horn, it was a very good idea indeed.
By the way, I am 1 hour NE of Orlando. If you would like to listen to my horns, it can be arranged
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Old 2nd October 2011, 02:50 AM   #1757
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thetubeguy1954,
You just described Azura PP horn, it was a very good idea indeed.
By the way, I am 1 hour NE of Orlando. If you would like to listen to my horns, it can be arranged

Hello Marekst!

I would love to hear your horns, but I'm disabled and take heavy-duty, narcotic painkillers which causes the very real possibility of falling asleep behind the wheel when driving long distances. If you wouldn't mind extending your offer to one more person, I could have my best friend and fellow Central Florida Audio Society Member, Mike R. give me a ride. Mike, like myself, loves horns and uses tube equipment. I use a 40W/ch, 135lb, integrated, SET amp and Mike uses an extremely moddified McIntosh Mc275 power amp with a custom designed, tube preamp called "The Sculptor".

Mike is the person who takes me to all Space Coast, and Central Florida Audio Society meeting that are too far for me to drive to safely. We a great arrangement, I pay for the gas & Mike does the driving. It's perfect for both of us. Marekst I, in turn, would also like to extend to you the opportunity to listen to my system: My Audio System. I look forward to your response and hopefully getting the opportunity of hearing your horns. Oh yeah I forgot to mention I own a pair of 160 Azurahorns I'm not using that I obtained directly from Martin Seddon when I traded a pair of Paul Butterfield completely restored & modified TAD 2001 drivers to obtain...

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Old 2nd October 2011, 12:05 PM   #1758
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Old 2nd October 2011, 05:34 PM   #1759
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By the way, I am 1 hour NE of Orlando. If you would like to listen to my horns, it can be arranged
you have these big things?

i'm very near in the lake city area.

please send pm.
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Old 3rd October 2011, 06:54 AM   #1760
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Raindog Horns finished...adding WBT terminals now ;-)
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