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Thanks for the feedback, guys. I am going to look for a pair of these for now. Seems like a good first option to try, without building anything. I'll post in the classifieds.

If anyone knows anyone selling these, please send them my way!

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On 10/16/2020 at 11:39 AM, ClaudeJ1 said:

Yes, it's called a Quarter Pie, since I designed that and the Super MWM. The quarter pies uses roughtly the same corner space as an FH-1 and is flat to 50 Hz. instead of 90. It's only a 90-135 degree single fold but I never used it past about 300-400 Hz. Very easy build.

 

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Thinking about making a set that is van portable where the S-MWM's are not. Oh and they will go deeper.

top layout view 8' smwm.JPG

elevation 8' smwm.JPG

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ClaudeJ1,

that Q.Pie looks pretty intriguing to me so I am starting to seriously consider it or a variation of.

Questions:

What is the horn flare rate/type? Is such a fast opening profile necessary or just for ease of building?  I ask because I don't have my mid horns in the corners so the Q.Pies would be pulled out into the room, right underneath the mids, where the FH1 is now (potentially, just visualizing at this point). 

What driver/horn/crossover type did you use above the Q.Pie?

 

thanks!

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