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Old 14th January 2007, 04:46 AM   #1
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Default Who has built RCA Fan's half-horns and BLH?

just like to have some impressions and suggestions drivers which work well

does Bill's hithorn have too much "hit" to run coaxial?

has anyone here built 12" like Hawaai "half-horn" and if so what driver and dimensions for the box, vents and vent gap to rear wall?

which driver play well in the Karlson slot backhorn?

has enyone here buit somewhat smaller BLH than Bills plan at AA's high efficiency gallery using the same type vent terminus? its just a bit large for my room.

has anyone here heard Bill's IMF t-line?

Here's Bill Woods "Hawaai" with Eminence 95 0z magnet coax - only got one and xover is always changing :^)

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