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Old 14th April 2005, 08:04 PM   #11
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Thanx PM... i rember passing by that bookmark... they look to be yet another maker of cool-looking horns

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Hi!

Thanks, I already read the infos on the Klang-form akustik's site and also the dialog of Till Roemhild on the:

http://www.audiomap.de/forum/index.p...id/19186/page/

My question is:

Am I undersand theirs BLH method well?:
-the BIG pressure chamber behind the driver is tuned to the driver Fs. So Fc=Fs=55Hz ( The horn will amplify only the frequencies under the Fs and there will be no interferency between the horn's and the driver's direct radiations.)
-the Horn mouth tuned to 35 Hz = 4500cm2
-the horn lenght tuned to 45Hz = 1.2 m (?)
,but 1.2m=71Hz (!) and 1.91m would be the correct lenght for 45Hz. Are They sum up the pressure chamber lenght with the horn lenght to get the 1.9m?

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Am I undersand theirs BLH method well?:
-the BIG pressure chamber behind the driver is tuned to the driver Fs. So Fc=Fs=55Hz ( The horn will amplify only the frequencies under the Fs and there will be no interferency between the horn's and the driver's direct radiations.)
-the Horn mouth tuned to 35 Hz = 4500cm2
-the horn lenght tuned to 45Hz = 1.2 m (?)
It is much more complex than that....

as an example.... for free space loading, the horn would need a diameter of 1566 mm to reach 35 hz Sitting on the floor you could divide the area in half.

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Old 17th April 2005, 11:54 AM   #15
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Yes,offcourse, but what about the short horn line lenght?

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Yes,offcourse, but what about the short horn line lenght?
Ideally a horn should be at least a 1/4 wavelength long at its cutoff... short-horns have a lot of reflections and perhaps are better called wave-guides.

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