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Old 15th January 2013, 03:51 AM   #21
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Audio Nirvana stamped frame Super 8 in a pipe and on-axis - off axis things will drop
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Pioneer "BOFU" vs Fostex 206EN on-axis
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"BOFU" vs Super 8 on - axis
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FE206EN vs Super 8 on-axis
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Alpha 6A is a tough and low distortion driver - Art's setup should play loud

Alpha 6 on a conical horn - other trace is an alnico JBL LE5 on Bruce Edgar's rectangular tractrix horn

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Old 15th January 2013, 07:47 AM   #22
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The BG Neo10 planar will cover this range. Run two in parallel and you'll get that kind of efficiency too.

Stick them side by side for the equivalent of a 10" driver, or vertically for better horizontal dispersion.
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plenty of 8" drivers do that (fostex, lowther, audionirvana, seas) , not sure if there are other constraints implied here.
Yes, but off axis will be a nightmare.
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