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Hedlund Horn / Coaxial ??
Hedlund Horn / Coaxial ??
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Old 29th December 2006, 10:31 PM   #1
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Default Hedlund Horn / Coaxial ??

People speak well of it and I like that it gets its large size in height and not taking up a lot of floor space as my small home might accommodate it. I was reading (diyparadise I think) that measured reponse for bass was to about 50HZ...pretty good for a horn.

I'm usually seeing this associated with something like a 4 - 8" full range driver. Has anyone ever tried a 12" coaxial driver with these? Obviously the design would need to be widened to accommodate the driver and I'm thinking that the depth of the sound box might need to be changed as well. Any reason(s) why this wouldn't work? or wouldn't work well?
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