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Old 7th April 2012, 02:08 PM   #1
hum4god is offline hum4god  United States
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Default Midbass Horns Exhilaration III inspired by Jeffrey Jackson

Hi

I have finally decided to part w/ my Midbass Horns . unfortunately they are just too big for my room .

when i asked Jeffrey Jackson for some help to build a Midbass Horn he offered to provide his calculations of the Exhilaration III for a small fee.
i spent all summer building them and they turned out great .
they are very big and massive , all Horn Walls are 1.5" thick Birch Ply . Finished with some clear Lacquer . i used cardas speaker connectors .
they are designed for 15" drivers and i had good results w/ GPA Altec 515G drivers which i also consider selling . freq. response is usable from 60-500hz .

dimensions are 25x32 mouth opening . length from throat to mouth is 45" , back chamber is 19x19 and 12" deep. so total length is 57" .

these Horns are awesome. as expected , they have the punch only mid bass horns have , efficiency is better then 100db , they are very fast and dynamic , and there are no mid bass Horns commercially available . so if you always wanted to try a pair and don't feel like spending all your summer building ( summers in WI are short ) , this is your chance .

these horns are big and heavy and i would prefer if someone could pick them up . i am located in wisconsin . i do consider shipping them but that would probably be very expensive . i could strap the horns to two pallets if you can arrange a shipper or try to find a shipping company if you are seriously committed .
shipping weight is approx. 120# for one horn without packing driver and pallet .

asking price is $1999 plus shipping

as always paypal adds fees , usps MO is preferred. if you pick up its cash .

some information here:

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i have more things for sale : a pair of 350hz spherical horns , a pair of 350hz conical horns , and some compression drivers . see my other ads .

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I would love to hear these one day. To bad they are way out of my price range. Good luck with the sale.
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