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Old 2nd April 2011, 12:14 PM   #1
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Default last segment of tapped horns

How does the last segment, commonly refered to as s4-s5, "tap" to mouth affect performance? In certain designs, closest to the mouth is not always best. Very noticeable in Danley 412 and 215 models. Can anyone with experience building explain this further? I have a feeling it helps load the horn and has less boundry cancelation with the proper length. Is there a rule of thumb for proper length?
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