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Old 24th July 2004, 08:57 PM   #11
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Originally posted by GM
WRT to putting curves between the horn/driver, if you mean have different flare rates at different points along the horn's expansion, such as starting off with a 50Hz flare for some distance then switching to a 100Hz, etc.; then , yes, you can do it, but unless you know what you're doing I don't recommend it. Indeed, some of the better FR backhorn designs have multiple flare rates.
GM [/B]

what makes u think i dont? :-b

haha jk, thanks for the help guys
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