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    • I would do the same. Acoustically you'll be way ahead facing the 12' wall.  
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    •   I thought the passives sounded better, even though I didn't want them to. I asked quite a few what they thought, and there was a lot of agreement on that.   I'm tired of network talk - I have a horn question(s). 
    • Don't really understand the first sentence.    I didn't mean to infer that the drivers with the two piece phase plug design improve the power response, only that they sound better. The mass breakpoint is higher - closer to the transition point. 
    •   because none of us watching this are close enough to swoop in & rescue them? 
    • That would be hard for me to do. I've kind of settled into this sound, don't have any other networks, and sold my microphone years ago. Feel free to share what you have though - it is interesting. 
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