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Old 22nd February 2007, 12:31 PM   #1
Jaime is offline Jaime  Uruguay
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Default Resonance in rear horns

Hi all :
In rear horns we have a resonance in the mouth of the horn. The frequency is depending of the length of the horn. A 2.70m length horn have a resonance at 127 Hz.

How I can attenuate it?
The back mouth is more problematic?

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Old 2nd March 2007, 10:10 PM   #2
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Interesting questions.

How do you know about the resonance? Is it the result of transducer excitement from the throat? Is is excited by an external source at the mouth?

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