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Old 30th November 2003, 01:01 PM   #11
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Hey, thats where they went

They are JBL 4312 Studio monitors. Great speaker in their day. There are still a lot of them in use. A lot of major recording studios used them for many years.

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Old 30th November 2003, 01:05 PM   #12
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nah.. its not the ones then... lol

what SPL will I get with two 8 inch Venoms in a horn, in a van? running off about 70watts each... lol any guesses? lol
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Old 30th November 2003, 01:11 PM   #13
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Wow, I did not really think that a little innocent test would generate such a lot of responses from my fellow members.

My avatar is a close-up of a glowing tube (skinnyBoy is right on ). It's one of the EL509 from my OTL amp.

I am using 2 Philips 150B3 15"LCD & the picture is not really that dark my monitor (or is it panel ?)

It's 10:05pm here in Miri, Sarawak (aka small little town in Malaysia on the island of Borneo). Same time zone as that of Perth (lived there 10 years) but 3 hours behind Sydney.

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Old 30th November 2003, 01:15 PM   #14
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With an EBP of 78.14 it looks like a driver for a vented enclosure only. I don't think it would work well in a horn.

A bass horn in the van

Where do you find room for the girls
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Old 30th November 2003, 01:21 PM   #16
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With an EBP of 78.14 it looks like a driver for a vented enclosure only. I don't think it would work well in a horn.

A bass horn in the van

Where do you find room for the girls

Girls... whats girls.... there was no room for girls before we put the horns in there anyway.... theres only 3 seats in the back, and they are taken up by amps and stuff.. lol
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Old 30th November 2003, 01:24 PM   #17
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With an EBP of 78.14 it looks like a driver for a vented enclosure only. I don't think it would work well in a horn.

EBP is a 'rule of thumb' from AES articles. it is used for checking bandwidth possible in horn.

in this case,bandwidth is very narrow-30-100hz. EBP means nothing in this case.

More important are- Re,Sd,CMs,RMs,BL.

One cannot guess how it will react until modeled.Mcbeans hornresp is proven to be rather a accurate model.

so mikee12345 says...
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