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Unfolding A Khorn.
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Old 2nd September 2013, 06:10 AM   #31
peteleoni is offline peteleoni  United States
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You know the more I look into this I'm thinking there will have be a third coming, because the second was just a vacation and he decided to sell speakers in Hope Arkansas for a while. PWK, You just can't beat that guy. There may be a way to improve the drivers perhaps the horn shape, but hell no on the design. The guy was just a genius all the way around.
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Old 2nd September 2013, 07:11 PM   #32
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Originally Posted by peteleoni View Post
Am I wrong here or could the simplified k horn, less the corner baffle and counting top and bottom be cut from 12 pieces of plywood most of them rectangles?
The speaker baffle would be a single piece, so 11 parts less the corner baffle.
A few less parts than the Khorn.

If you are not opposed to filler material, the original plan is not so difficult to hack out :^).

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