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All times are GMT 22118h Results 1 to 14 of I am trying to figure out how to design horns. That is, the most cost effective?
Originally Posted by pos. When talking about motor strength, Re has to be considered toghether with BL. This page was generated in 0. So for the H it is: I got them for a tenner with all four 8″ drivers blown and as I only had limited funds at the time in went as they were known then ME’s. Originally Posted by more And then there is also the cone breakups to consider Eminence 8″ the W ones! Ok, nice to hear from you! However if you haven’t got those cabs what I’ve just written will probably be useless!
Is this a “horn” -driver? The Le parameter will also play a role in how high you can use your cone driver, as well as the phase plug you will be using if any. The crossover would have to be re-designed for a different driver, get the original re-coned. It does well up to the 3k crossover in the The L-pad is just for the tweeter, the midrange runs flat out with only a 6dB crossover. Most compression drivers have their mass break point around 3 or 4Khz, but can still be used up to 20Khz with some compensation or with horns that beam When doing a simulation yesterday, I discovered “mass rolloff”, and further googling led to http: Ahh, i do not know how to say this in english, is it called “dispersion”?
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You won’t jbll going that high with it as a midrange?? I’d 2nd the recone kit recommendation, the is an excellent sounding driver. I have the Cabaret B model. Because I’ll probably get slated for saying 2118j but For example the used in in the 8″ CMCD design has a break mass point of Hz very highand is used past 2khz in many current JBL designs together with a phase plug.
2 JBL 2118H 8 Inch Midrange Low Frequency Speaker for 4628 and Mr835 /
2118j I correct, or are there better alternatives which I can get hold of? The is also used in the larger Sythesis Systems too.
Well the smaller the driver the better the dispersion as long as the driver is clean and not in break up modes depending on how high you plan to cross it over. Never criticise another man until you’ve walked a mile in his shoes.
Which cabs are they from? Jbl used the M in a horn. Ok according to speakerplans. They had some in the tent sale a few guys managed to get them http: You can buy them from JBL, look in the driver list. Mobile JBL almost ready Once you have, call him what you like, you’re a mile away and you’ve got his shoes!
The time now is But “mass rolloff” is 2 x EPB. By johnaec in forum General Audio Discussion.
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BL alone means nothing Consider the J and H for example. Thanks – useful – suggests 211h should pay a bit more attention to whether the HF is working as it should?
If you want a horn loadable JBL 8″ go with the M used in the I have a pair of them from the tent also a nice sounding driver. Its a nice sounding driver. Extra Tabs by vBulletin Hispano. Can someone explain this?