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Old 1st February 2013, 05:13 PM   #121
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The construction of a multicell horn
Yes, many of the drivers of yesteryear were higher impedance. Nice score at that price. They originally came on the Pioneer MH300 horn and probably others. Too bad they were missing.
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Old 2nd February 2013, 04:43 AM   #122
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I now have the first round of 10 photos and will be posting them back into the thread later today. A big thanks to our hero who saved these photos for us!
LOL I'm not a hero. Here's what happened. We had a bad storm here. Utility poles were down for over a week. I needed my diyaudio fix, so I made a mug of coffee and drove to the local McDonalds. Being on a main road they had power AND internet. I didn't even have to go in, I sat in the truck and downloaded thread after thread. I could down load 4-5 hours of reading for the night in the time it took to drink my coffee.
I would spend the nights listening to the battery operated system I learned to build here and read the threads I downloaded.
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Well done & thank you to Darkstar52

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LOL I'm not a hero.....I needed my diyaudio fix
DIYAudio is up there up there with caffeine & nicotine! I wonder if you can get DIYAudio patches?

Pano, these build pix might help me with another little project.......
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Old 2nd February 2013, 07:42 AM   #124
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I wonder if you can get DIYAudio patches?

I have them. I put them on my ears
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Old 2nd February 2013, 11:50 AM   #125
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Thanks DarkStar. Great story.
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Old 6th February 2013, 06:33 PM   #126
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I would really appreciate a copy of the spreadsheet for making the template for the horn. The job was outstanding and I would be glad if mine turn out 1/2 as well. Please send a PM to me and I will respond right away. This forum never ceases to amaze me at the members creativity and enthusiasm in all things audio. Happy listening. Regards Nick
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Hi there. Did you ever get the spreadsheet for to horn profile? I would love to get a copy if I could. Could you please send me one if you have it. Please and thanks. Nick (audiowackjob@gmail.com)
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Here's a measure of the 1803. I won't give the waveguide yet. The measures seem off. Let me check them and repost later.
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Thanks Cal. What do you know another Canuck speakeraholic. Thanks so much. Ill look for your further posts but for now I'm going to plot this. Thanks buddy. Ciao for now.
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Hi there. Did you ever get the spreadsheet for to horn profile? I would love to get a copy if I could. Could you please send me one if you have it. Please and thanks. Nick (audiowackjob@gmail.com)
I got your PM Nick. Sorry I do not have the spreadsheet. I sent all the pictures I have to Pano for reposting.
Thank you Pano.
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