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|29th November 2013, 03:50 PM||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2013
Location: Denver, CO
Aurasound NS3-194 speakers in a synergy horn?
I have a case of Aurasound NS3-194-16a speakers, and I'd like to use them for various experiments.
I've seen quite a few implementations of the synergy/unity horns here, and wondered if I could use that driver for either of those applications.
I understand from the number of threads regarding these technologies that there's no 'hard and fast rule' for the designs as the details are protected by patent, but I wouldn't mind trying something using foam core board for prototyping, like xrk971's project.
I suppose with those drivers the bandwidth would be limited, but it certainly sounds like the design of either would improve the driver's performance a little.
Please let me know if this is worth considering, and if so, is there a particular thread I should follow to get started?
Thanks in advance for your help!
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