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Old 30th October 2012, 01:50 AM   #491
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Good questions. I certainly don't know.
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Good questions. I certainly don't know.
Ok he's come back with a bit more info - "yes the cells are slightly shorter on the outside banks but the throats make up the differance by being longer on the outside edges"

Does anyone out there speak 'multicellular' fluently? Pano, how are the start of the throats arranged in your horns? Cal maybe you can shed some light?

I doesn't seem 'right' to me
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I believe the cells on my horns are all the same length, but could not swear to it. I'll measure them and show you a photo of how they join together as soon as I can.
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Pictures are best. You can see the arrangement at the throat. All horns are the same length and form a radial curve at both the throat and the mouth. The waveguide takes the round exit from the driver and makes it rectangle to enter the horn.
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Thanks Cal! That's how I remember it. (I don't see that part of my horns very often.)
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poor Cal, still not enough drivers
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