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Old 4th November 2009, 03:09 PM   #41
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Sooo.... do anyone know of any 2" throat wooden midhorns under 1000 usd a pair?
Greg Roberts makes some nice 2" horns at a good price.
Fc260 Wooden Horn

A lot of guys on the Klipsch forum have bought his horns and are very happy with them.
His user name on the Klipsch forum is greg928gts.

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Greg Roberts makes some nice 2" horns at a good price.
Fc260 Wooden Horn

A lot of guys on the Klipsch forum have bought his horns and are very happy with them.
His user name on the Klipsch forum is greg928gts.

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Very interessting! Do you know the width and height? And aprox. dispersion?
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Very interessting! Do you know the width and height? And aprox. dispersion?
I make an Edgar-Style wooden horn with a known tractrix flare/expansion, with a Fc of 260 and a recommended crossover point of 400Hz. The mouth of the horn is 23" wide by 9-3/4" tall, and the depth is about 15", not including the driver. I include motorboards for mounting standard 4-bolt drivers like the BMS 4592 ND-MID, which works very well with this horn.

There are not too many midrange drivers that can be comfortably crossed down at 400Hz, but the BMS 4592 does it with ease. In fact, ALK is working on an extreme slope crossover that will have a 300Hz crossover point for use with the V-Trac horns and BMS drivers in modified Klipsch Khorns.

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V-Trac upgrade midrange horns for Khorns - Page 1 - V-Trac Midrange Horn Upgrade For Klipsch Khorns

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