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Hornloading Vifa P21WO-20-08 ????
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Old 3rd February 2005, 06:36 PM   #1
Circlomanen is offline Circlomanen  Sweden
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Default Hornloading Vifa P21WO-20-08 ????

I would like to get some decent bass out of my Vifas, so Im thinking about putting them in a backloaded horn.... Anyone having any ideas about size, mouthsize,throatsize and backchamber??? What is important to get good solid bass without resonances,peaks or any of the unwanted nasties???
We live in a horizontal world, why use vertical topologies???
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Old 18th July 2008, 07:33 PM   #2
jimstewart is offline jimstewart  United States
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yeah decent bass huh.....2.3 cuft tuned to 35hz.....done. no horn needed.
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