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Old 9th July 2018, 09:55 AM   #1
angelodj is offline angelodj
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Default tham15 vs standard horn (80 - 40hz)

Hello everyone, let's imagine the usual disco system:
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for a scalable system, which of these bass solutions behave better in frequencies ranging from 80 to 45 / 40hz?

suppose we use one or two 3-way horn heads per side, 80Hz cut
with the same amount of space
from 2 to 4 bass like those in the picture (ts118 or f118)
from 4 to 8 bass tapped horn type tham 12
or 2 or 4 (but also 6 saw the small footprint) tapped horn 15 as tham 15

turbosound spl:
tham15 vs standard horn (80 - 40hz)


what solution will the predestined work do better?

edit: the boxes in photos do not reach 80hz but imagine a system with res3 or tms4

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Last edited by angelodj; 9th July 2018 at 10:00 AM. Reason: frequency
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