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Old 19th December 2020, 03:34 AM   #241
Ro808 is offline Ro808  Netherlands
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600-700 Hz ???

The driver doesn't sound strained at all, at least not in the clip.
Taking into account the (likely) less than ideal transition from the exit through the adapter to the horn throat, the actual result is even more astonishing.

I'm afraid I shall have to order a pair

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Old 16th February 2021, 11:23 AM   #242
Audio Elite is offline Audio Elite  South Africa
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Shite, had a no-buyer's remorse and had to order also a pair Faital HF108

Lets see what works best in Yuichi. Ketone Faitals based on the hf1440, are smooth criminals, I don't feel any pull to try another brand yet even though I liked the smallest BMS 4526HE (w. 4524 diaphragms) in hORNS Mummy. Airy sound without sibilant ss's and velour like smooth mids that are Aloe Vera to the ears, yes please.
Hi Legis, did you use the HF108 or 108R?

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Old 31st March 2021, 07:54 PM   #243
newpaton2 is offline newpaton2  Argentina
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WOw! Those sound great. I think I have to get myself a pair of the HF108 and try out different waveguid-horn combos.
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Old 22nd April 2021, 08:17 PM   #244
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Hello Legis.
This is the project that I was following from beginning. Thank you for sharing.
I'd like to build something like that (maybe in V configuration) and have a dilemma which driver to use in 800+hz.
I really like the sound on your video with Faital HF1440, it's seems that it got more body then HF108, but you prefer HF108 over it.
I want to use 4x10" JBL2251J - they are usable from 125-150hz and up and crossover them in 800-900hz.
For bass duty I can use 2x18 or 4 x15 below and above them. Those JBLs mids have a beautiful tone and realistic sound, and it's seems that they have same cones (but 10") as your Fanes.
For drivers my choice is:
18 Sound ND1460A $270
Faital HF108(R), $137
Faital HF1440 - expensive!
RCF ND950
Any advice on horn and drivers from real experience will be appreciated.
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Old 22nd April 2021, 08:36 PM   #245
ErnieM is online now ErnieM  United States
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This one looks nice and the price is right.
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Also check the TLHP website for HF1440 prices.

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Old 22nd April 2021, 09:15 PM   #246
grec is offline grec  United States
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Looks like TLHP have the lowest price for European drivers!
Kartesian got too much marketing, I'll leave them aside.
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