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Old 17th August 2011, 01:15 AM   #1
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Default EV HR9040 Horns (Australia)

1 pr EV HR9040 Constant Directivity Horns

Big horns! Bolt pattern fits the Altec 1.4 inch and EV 1.3 inch drivers.

This link is not the actual pair for sale, but should give you an idea of the size:
Electro voice HR9040 overview | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

If you look at the photostream of the above flickr link there is a diagram of dimensions, etc.

These were written up in Sound Practices years ago as an alternative to Altec 1505s.

The pair I have for sale is in good condition, but a previous owner has taken flat black spray paint to them. Would need stripping or repainting to look acceptable in a lounge room. I can provide pictures, but since it's a pick up only deal, you may as well come out and look at them first hand.

Asking $300 AUD, pick-up only in Footscray VIC.

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Old 21st August 2011, 11:27 AM   #3
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awesome horn there. Klipsch guys have loved them. I have an ev hr90 horn (smaller brother). Both horns designed by keele. CD horns like that one work well to get sound even into the deep end of a room.

Assuming 24db crossover, I think 400hz crossover point can work.

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If only you were on this side of the world. Those look awesome.
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