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Old 18th December 2007, 11:18 PM   #31
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....... and three times as much truckload ........

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Charles
Yeah I've always wondered that myself, but it's not entirely true. Horns might give you fewer drivers per ft^3 of space, but in terms of SPL per ft^3 of space you probably come out smaller with horns.

I've heard a bass horn with 2 18" JBL drivers dominate 4 2x18" sealed Yorkville enclosures. The horn was marginally larger than the four Yorkville enclosures.

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