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Old 3rd December 2019, 12:14 AM   #231
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In general, the shorter the diffraction slot, the less likely it is that typical diffraction side effects will manifest themselves.
The opening of the slot in your PAS horns isn't very narrow, which is also a good thing.

The fact that Bjorn Omholt sold his (highly regarded) Klipsch K402s, because he preferred the Bi-Radials, contradicts the prevalent misconceptions wrt diffraction horns.
I've been having a lot of fun with bi-radials for the past couple years, here's how I make them: How to Make a New Wave Biradial Horn

About a month ago I figured out how to make them asymmetrical, my latest project is an example of that : Celilo : A Small, Affordable Two-Way Unity Horn
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