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  1. AND, wouldn't this work? https://www.ebay.com/itm/11-x-17-ABS-2-Bolt-On-Long-Throw-Horn-90-x-40-For-Many-2-Exit-Driver-/331676072699 Not a slotted design. Less distortion for a hifi application, no? Seems like the same dimensions as the mid horn Crites uses...
  2. I really appreciate all that. The thing is this: I love the sound of the speaker and would essentially try to find the same thing with elliptical wood horns. So that seems like a shame. I wonder if someone could make me a custom motorboard with the cutouts I need. Wouldn't that do it? Or does anyone make wood tractrix horns to custom dimensions? Does anyone work on speaker boxes in NYC? These are HUGE and I am not handy. So there's that, too ; ) It seems like Fastlanes elliptrac 400's are close in size. A custom motorboard would solve that issue... Brian
  3. Hi All, A very untechnical new member here. But, I love this stuff. I have a Crites Cornscala b's and love them. After listening for two years, I changed over to Alk's ES 5800 crossovers and switched the mid driver to a DCM50. Absolutely incredible changes. I also added Isoacoustic feet which made a change just as big as the crossovers. If you haven't tried that, what they do to the bass is astounding. Anyway, as we all hear, the mid horn is a week spot in this design. Is there anything out there that is elliptical that is a drop in without having to cut up Bob's motorboard? I'd love a wooden tractrix horn. Seems like no one makes one that replaces what Bob uses with the same dimensions. Also, I see that people like the MAHL lenses for the tweeters. Is there a drop in lens of this type that will fit a cornscala b? I'd hate to carve these up, and I'm committed to the boxes. Just want to max the midrange and treble. I live in Brooklyn. I wonder if anyone near the city works on/builds motorboards nearby, too? That could be another solution. Thanks for any help you can give the newbie. Brian
  4. Loving my Cornscala B's. But, of course, who can leave well enough alone. Hopefully there are some ; ) I'm not feeling compelled to change my crossovers, but I am curious. Has anyone kept their cornscala b's stock but just dropped in a new set of fancy crossovers and had great results? It seems that crossover changes usually result in having to add new horns or a woofer. I'd change speakers, but I don't desire to carve up my cabinet. Thoughts on this? Many thanks! Brian
  5. Hi, I have a pair of Bob Crites Cornscala speakers. It's his newest "B" model. Which ALK crossover would work best? Or is there another maker that you'd prefer? Mine has the 120 tweeter and the md405 mid driver. I'm looking to be able to adjust the tweeter and the mids to suit my room... Thoughts? I really want to make sure my crossover works with the stock drivers this speaker comes with. Many thanks from the newbie.
  6. Hi, I have a pair of Bob Crites Cornscala speakers. It's his newest "B" model. Which ALK crossover would work best? Or is there another maker that you'd prefer? Mine has the 120 tweeter and the md405 mid driver. I'm looking to be able to adjust the tweeter and the mids to suit my room... Thoughts? I really want to make sure my crossover works with the stock drivers this speaker comes with. Many thanks from the newbie.
  7. Hi, I live in NYC and need to get my new Crites Cornscala cane grills installed. Does anyone know a place to do this? Many thanks! Brian
  8. Hi, I live in NYC and need to get my new Crites Cornscala cane grills installed. Does anyone know a place to do this? Many thanks! Brian
  9. Have a nice set? I'm ready. Thanks! You can email at fisher5150@gmail.com Brian
  10. Hi, I'd love these but live in New York. Any chance to ship? Thanks. You can email at fisher5150@gmail.com Thanks! Brian
  11. I'm interested, but I live in New York. Thoughts? Brian
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