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Old 23rd January 2005, 06:17 AM   #31
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What can I say? Its the horn Ive dreamed of for half my life!

Slightly similar to - Gjerstadt horn?
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Old 23rd January 2005, 09:59 AM   #32
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That organ note is just below what the horn can manage, but I've started on a new project called bass cannon and when that one is finished the organ pipe of yours should fit nicely

Hi akb1212, it was a funny story about the horn, but the cut and paste technology of today did not quite follow the story board of the 7 Hz story. I have not tried out the theory myself yet, but I have read a lot about infrabass science and military use of infrabass so I would like to think that it works In china they split a mob with 7 Hz tones and made almost everyone let go of something.... I'm going to try this theory before summer when I'm finished with the basscannon.

The horn does not play 7 Hz very well, 9 Hz is the absolute limit, and it is intended to use down to 16 Hz (-3dB point) when you power it up. I guess we'll try that out on February 13. with the Crown Itech 6000
It would have been fun if you brought your Basstech 7 cabinets to the event also, cause I really want to see and listen to them.

Hi MikeE!

It is quite a dream for me too
I started drawing large horns eleven years ago, and the first really big ones was the Gjerstad horns (2004), and then followed the 6090 Monster (still need some bracing).

The 6090 Monster may look similar to the Gjerstad horn from a distance or on a picture. Unlike the P-Audio BM18LF the PHL Audio 6090 is a really good horn driver. The Gjerstad horns have larger dispersion in the horisontal plane than the 6090 Monsters 40 degrees. Mainly because of the smaller dispersion, but also because of the power handling, and different throat the 6090 Monster is almost ten dB louder than the Gjerstad horn.
And because of the extended length of 1,8 meter it also goes lower.
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Old 23rd January 2005, 10:53 AM   #33
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Default 6 meter basshorn Monster

The Basshorn with Goto SG146BL Driver
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Walter,

Just gotta love the looks of that horn
probably sounds good too.
Is this your horn?
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Nice woodwork Walter:)

Is it a fullrange compression driver you are using?

Please bring in some specs;)
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Hallo Jan

if you wanz more information contact me email

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