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    Line array Horn setup?

    Is this possible? I was just browsing and had an idea. A line array of compression drivers.

    http://www.parts-express.com/pe/show...number=260-097

    those drivers...







    with these horns...



    http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/pshow...=264-315&DID=7

    The setup crossed over correctly will play down to 600hz.

    Any input on this idea?





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    Re: Line array Horn setup?

    That horn flare is so small and narrow it (looks like a bull horn) would be tough to get them to image properly. Don't expect much from the $10 compression driver either.

    You need horns flared like the Image Dynamics and USD Waveguides if they are for your front soundstage. Horns are tricky to setup and get aligned but once you dial them in they are superior to domes and cones and incredibly efficient and have extremely low distortion.



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