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Old 28th August 2012, 02:24 AM   #41
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A mass loaded horn? You'll get more LF extension & a flatter alignment at the price of greater cone deflection an octave above Fb.
Yes to that as long as the cone deflection does not exceed Xmech at normal listening levels.
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Old 28th August 2012, 10:55 AM   #42
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Xmech is the mechanical limit of travel, either by limitation of suspension, or when the VC belts into the back plate. If you exceed it, you've broken the driver.
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I agree Scott, I mentioned Xmech because you said that below Fb, cone deflection will be more; so I assumed that the 1.6mm Xmax rating of the 168Sigmas will anyway be exceeded.
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