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Gog and Magog horn loudspeaker design
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Old 27th December 2001, 11:22 PM   #1
Malcolm Jenkins is offline Malcolm Jenkins
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Join Date: Dec 2001
Location: Aldershot, England.
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Hi, I have designed and built a pair of horn loaded speakers that use a
novel construction appriach.
The mid/base driver is bifurcated and uses circular cross-section
exponential horns.
Details of my design are presented in an application for pc use and I am
well advanced in its production.
If you are interested in receiving a beta copy as an email attachment (8
files each 900 kBytes (check ISP allows this size file as an attachment)
then email me and I will include you on the list for transmission later
next week.
There is no charge.
I'd be interested to hsve your views on these speakers.
Please make the subject on your email request 'Request for Horn LS Gog and Magog app'
Regards, Malcolm Jenkins. Aldershot, England.
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Old 30th December 2001, 11:06 PM   #2
surf,sun&sound is offline surf,sun&sound  Australia
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Location: Sydney, Australia
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To all the speakers DIY'ers,

You need to have a look at this app. Even if you are not into horns, this is one very nice piece of work.

Malcolm has put a lot of effort into this tuturial, so E-mail him for a copy.

Surf, Sun & Sound
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