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Old 10th February 2004, 11:45 AM   #1
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Default BMS H4591 midrange driver

Hi all

Have anyone here used or heard the BMS H4591 2" midrange driver?
Planning to maybe make a midrange horn used from 300Hz to 1600Hz .
Cone drivers have a tendency to sound a bit "soft" to my ears.
1" TAD driver covers from 1600 Hz and up.
Thoughts?

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