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Is it possible to cover the whole spectrum, high spl, low distortion with a 2-way?
Is it possible to cover the whole spectrum, high spl, low distortion with a 2-way?
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Old Yesterday, 06:18 PM   #4951
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@docali - thanks. I would also prefer an elliptic, and I think the polars would be smoother with a more rounded transition between V-H.

@camplo - keep in mind some of the polar roughness is from a non ideal round over (it ended up a hex, after meshing to reduce model size). There is also the issue of determining the radius of the round over. It's still a visual add on for now. In the previous round Jericho I tried a few different radius round overs before "2b" was presented. The stretch presented some CAD problems with sweeping the roundover along the mouth perimeter and then trying to form the mouth-free space boundary.

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@docali - thanks. I would also prefer an elliptic, and I think the polars would be smoother with a more rounded transition between V-H.

@camplo - keep in mind some of the polar roughness is from a non ideal round over (it ended up a hex, after meshing to reduce model size). There is also the issue of determining the radius of the round over. It's still a visual add on for now. In the previous round Jericho I tried a few different radius round overs before "2b" was presented. The stretch presented some CAD problems with sweeping the roundover along the mouth perimeter and then trying to form the mouth-free space boundary.
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