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SynTripP: 2-way 2-part Virtual Single Point Source Horn
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Old 14th March 2019, 01:48 AM   #761
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.. I've used the 18 sound HD1480T HF Compression driver.
Finally I found someone using©AdamFelix 18 sound HD1480T.
What can you say about this driver?..
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Old 14th March 2019, 08:24 AM   #762
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Thanks Art!
If I want the loudspeaker to go lower than 82 hz, would that be possible with different 10 inch drivers? If yes, what parameters should I be looking for? The link you posted had some broken links, so I don’t know if I missed something important.
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Old 14th March 2019, 09:37 AM   #763
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@ Flash, I haven't done any measurements of the 18 sounds in the syntripps yet. To my wooden ears they sound smooth in the syntripps. Maybe little EQ may be necessary in the upper frequencies. Distortions were low even at very high levels (crossed at 920Hz). I used only -6dB for them in the DSP setting and calibrated thier volume on the Volume knob of the amp. I didn't want to rip the people heads of. Very high spl. I think more than -12 dB are necessary to level them to the mids. Beware! They are heavy. Propper mounting is requried.

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Old 14th March 2019, 12:34 PM   #764
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@ Flash, I haven't done any measurements of the 18 sounds in the syntripps yet.
Thanks Christian. Have you compared hd1480t with others, may be subjectively?
Measurement below 1k and above 10k are interesting also. If and when
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Thanks Art!
If I want the loudspeaker to go lower than 82 hz, would that be possible with different 10 inch drivers? If yes, what parameters should I be looking for?
If you want your Fb loudspeaker to go lower than 82 Hz, the tuning(Fb) would also need to be lowered. Fb should be equal to or above Fs for maximum sensitivity.
Horn loading generally requires high Bl (motor strength) and high output requires high Xmax. Easy lifting requires light weight, neodymium magnets provide light weight and high Bl.
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Old 14th March 2019, 06:53 PM   #766
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Art,
How thick is the TAP if I use 1" exit driver? Anyway it's for home use. Thanks,
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Old 14th March 2019, 07:19 PM   #767
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How thick is the TAP if I use 1" exit driver?
No idea what you mean by "TAP".

Post #41 contains plans, Post #61 has the completed parts lists and assembly instructions, Post #100 has photos of the bass reflex port details, Post #115 has the throat port detail. Posts #128,138, & 568 have injection port and cone filler details.
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Old 19th March 2019, 02:49 AM   #769
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@welterys thanks so much for sharing what looks like an amazing project. I'm another SoCal Burning Man enthusiast, and am planning to use this as the basis for a system to bring to playa this year, and our local San Diego Youtopia festival in October.

We're rather lazy woodworkers and don't have a CNC router, so we're going to do this on our big laser, using only right angles for most construction and making joiners on 3D printers.

We'll probably do the drawings in Solidworks, and will share the files with anyone interested in personal projects if it all works out.

One question; did you finish assessing the DE90TN?

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Old 21st March 2019, 11:37 AM   #770
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Yes, I've been watching for the DE90TN implimented with his horn as well.
Sounds like an overall winner when completed.
I myself can't vision how the DE90TN is housed and attached.
I'll be watching Art, thanks so much.
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