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Old 8th February 2014, 06:39 PM   #4151
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4 of those with about 3000rms each should be killer!
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Old 9th February 2014, 01:34 PM   #4152
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Hi All,

Has everyone left the planet......

(or information overload?)


p.s. Busy doing my PA / weekend warrior / Portable TH / what have you version. First results sucks (completely my fault), next much better (thanks to the THAM12 example, Hornresp and some members on this forum), now going for version 3, most likely a single fold 42Hz which could just about handle a band (kick and 5-string bass.) It will fit on the back seat of any car, easy to handle and corner installed. Just one will go 135 dB, flat to about 180 Hz (+/- 3 dB).

Main issue was XVAR!!!! (the models AND real world show high XMAX)

The single fold looks promising (8 mm XMAX @ 400 watts)
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Old 9th February 2014, 02:14 PM   #4153
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hi frans pls post pictures .
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Old 5th May 2014, 10:58 PM   #4154
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Originally Posted by Don Snyder View Post
Sawdust, at last!

Thanks to William Cowan's encouragement and David McBean's Hornresp, and Tom Danley's all-too-rare hints (c'mon Tom, just one more hint).


P.S. Check out the view, ain't San Diego great!
Don, I'm in San Diego too and have a couple of tapped horns here.
Hopefully soon I'll have my Synergy horns finished in my car too.

Also, not sure if you knew this, but there's a prosound vendor in San Diego that has SH-50s for rent. They're quite affordable; something like $40 per day.
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