I need a guinea pig for a rear loaded horn


Buck

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I need someone to build a rear loaded horn design that I do. I have no idea how it'll sound, exactly. I'll be aiming for a certain sound and see if I can achieve that. The best situation would be if you have a vehicle with a trunk and a sub with a low Qms. Let me know if you're interested. The design will be free.
 

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I need someone to build a rear loaded horn design that I do. I have no idea how it'll sound, exactly. I'll be aiming for a certain sound and see if I can achieve that. The best situation would be if you have a vehicle with a trunk and a sub with a low Qms. Let me know if you're interested. The design will be free.
are you on fb? theres a group with lots of good info called high order quarter wave society
 

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are you on fb? theres a group with lots of good info called high order quarter wave society
Nope, not on facebook. I've got the math for it, just want to see if the way I want to do it is correct. There's good sites on the internet to find the actual equations. Applying them like I want for the what people typically want out of an enclosure is the challenging part.
 

deafboncemarquis

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Nope, not on facebook. I've got the math for it, just want to see if the way I want to do it is correct. There's good sites on the internet to find the actual equations. Applying them like I want for the what people typically want out of an enclosure is the challenging part.
not doubting you one bit bro! are you simulating them on hornesp?
 

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not doubting you one bit bro! are you simulating them on hornesp?
Nope. There's a very specific way I want to do them. I mean all a horn is is an expanding t-line, basically. There's a different dynamic to it somewhat, but fundamentally that's what it is.
 

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You live in Florida and could be out building a box year round. Why not just drop 50$ in materials and slap this together yourself?
 

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You live in Florida and could be out building a box year round. Why not just drop 50$ in materials and slap this together yourself?
I don't have anything to put it in, nor a woofer to use for it.
 

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