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Old 20th April 2019, 11:17 PM   #151
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Hmm, the Xmax limited portions of the response should be a red trace Vs the normal black trace, so guessing you can't see what's Xmax limited.

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Old 24th April 2019, 07:10 AM   #152
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The picture in the attachment is what I get with the 35l BVR simulation - and maximum SPL tool. The red part (if I understand it correctly) is the Xmax limited part.

The BLH you suggest is very efficient, but I am afraid it is already too large. Something similar to Hedlund horn or the Sonido's own designs is the largest I can tolerate in my room.

I just wondered how the SFR200A would perform in the somewhat smaller Replikon-like BVR.
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