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Old 13th March 2007, 03:59 PM   #1
jhelm_waterw is offline jhelm_waterw  United States
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Hi all. Thanks for reading.

I am beginning the design of a single speaker (10" EV 10DLX)
horn for use in a PA system.
I need it to cover... say 200hz to 3.5k.

I remember, some time ago, finding a REALLY cool program
that would let you calculate the High End rolloff of a horn
as you increase the compression/efficiency of the horn.
(more efficient == less high end)

I can't find this darn program anymore !

I HAVE seen the Melush program to design any horn, but
it doesn't seem to address the specific problem of HF rolloff.

Does anyone remember the program of which I speak????

Any help would be appreciated
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Old 13th March 2007, 04:39 PM   #2
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well, there's David McBean's Hornresp

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