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Wanted - SEOS 30 horns

ra7

Member
Paid Member
2009-02-07 6:47 am
Davis, CA
In the SEOS-24, the HF144 can be crossed as low as 500 Hz. You'd need at least 24 db/oct slope at 500 Hz though. Spec sheet here:
http://www.faitalpro.com/products/files/HF144/8/HF144_datasheet_8.pdf

Member Face was able to achieve impressive results with a cardoid woofer and SEOS-24 crossed at 450 Hz.
http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/mult...z-using-really-large-drivers.html#post4481539

I personally didn't like the imposing nature of the beast I had created with the horns and VOTT cabs. Plus I am trying to reduce the number of goodies I have. Sale ad:
http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/swap-meet/284196-drivers-horns-speakers-electronics.html

Link to SEOS-24 pictures:
http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/swap...horns-speakers-electronics-2.html#post4582406

There is a small imperfection on one of the horns as you can see in the pictures. Can be easily painted on to make it invisible. I just didn't want to mess with it.

Normally, these sell for $207 a piece new. Shipping will be about $50 in the US (what I paid). Yours for $400 shipped.
 

POOH

Member
2010-10-05 9:06 pm
Ohio
Thanks, what is the usable bandwith without EQ with the horns? I found with the little SEOS 12 some drivers work well with little to no contour and some are really out to lunch. Do you have a response measurement for the combo I can take a peek at? I am looking to use the horns with a large format driver 500-600 up to around 6K and no EQ thinking the 30 may be the ticket with a 2" driver
 

ra7

Member
Paid Member
2009-02-07 6:47 am
Davis, CA
These are constant directivity horns, so expect some HF droop. I'll try to see if I have the measured response. I should have it somewhere. I think these will be comfortable from 500 Hz all the way to 20 kHz assuming you have a steep filter at 500 Hz (24 db/oct).