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Old 5th October 2010, 11:54 PM   #1
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Default Phase plug design for high-directivity horn

Hi everyone,

I'm looking for hints and tips on designing a horn/plug combination for a cone driver (5 inch). It should have high bandwidth (no need for a tweeter or a separate midrange, 500Hz - 15kHz would be perfect) and high directivity (angles less than 50).

It is possible, the Funktion One Resolution 1 shows that, but I can't find any information on designing a horn/plug combo as they did. I only know that the plug is connected to the pole plate and the compression chamber is as small as possible.

Does anyone have more information on designing plugs like these?

Bye,

Bastian
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