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JBL E140 Horn designs
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Old 19th November 2004, 06:47 AM   #1
Cosmic Debris is offline Cosmic Debris  United Kingdom
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Question JBL E140 Horn designs

Looking for a decent horn design cabinet to fit my JBL E140's (8ohm). My local venue closed for refurbishment and I bought the PA (the old, full range, Shermann audio cabs are crap! Anyway this has left me with 16 bass drivers!!! 32 audax midrange and various tweeters. I also have 4 PPX 900 and 2 PPX450 amps and active crossovers. I want to build a suitable, transportable rigg for reggae/dance music. So far I'm considering the "HD15" design from speakerplans.com but any suggestions would be greatfully recieved... Oh... Jus one more thing (for now) any advice on limiting signals below 40/50hz so that I don't blow them up! Next question will concern the midrange and tweeters... (watch this space!!!).
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