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jason str

2 x 24" THT's in Las Vegas

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For those looking to save some cash but still enjoy clean horn loaded bass.

 

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No photos?

 

I remember there was a single for sale a few years ago and it looked iffy. Not sure if it's the same one

 

Might call him later to see if he can part with a single... 702-236-6510

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5 hours ago, Schu said:

No photos?

 

I remember there was a single for sale a few years ago and it looked iffy. Not sure if it's the same one

 

Might call him later to see if he can part with a single... 702-236-6510

PM me, I might be able to use the other single

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Cool... I only would need one.

Messaged him... waiting to hear.

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Talking to this guy...

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Can anyone let me know how this would work behind a projector screen.  Will it cause the screen to waive in the wind? 

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Jason or anyone else in the know.  What are the dimensions of the mouth /opening?  I know it is 24" wide, bit how long is the opening? 

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16” tall opening by however wide the enclosure is made.  They are 36” tall by 36” deep and can be made 18” to 36” wide using a 15” driver.  12” drivers can be used in a 15” to 30” wide enclosure.  Enclosures under 18” wide are recommended to use 12” drivers and anything 18” wide and over a 15” driver is recommended.  

Straight from BFM plans...

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Response is flatter and sensitivity higher the wider you go.

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1 hour ago, tigerwoodKhorns said:

Jason or anyone else in the know.  What are the dimensions of the mouth /opening?  I know it is 24" wide, bit how long is the opening? 

 

14" x 23" on a 24" wide cabinet

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2 hours ago, Woofers and Tweeters said:

Hi Jason. Glad to see you back. 

 

Never left, just taking it easy.:emotion-21:

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3 hours ago, tigerwoodKhorns said:

Can anyone let me know how this would work behind a projector screen.  Will it cause the screen to waive in the wind? 

 

No problems and not under normal conditions.

 

Horns are not air pushers like normal DR types but will move stuff under high spl.

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Posted (edited)

Jason’s right, 14” id, I didn’t subtract wood thickness from plans.

 

haven’t built a pair, yet...

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He said 36x36x24

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Did you guys pull the trigger?

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$ 500 is less than it would cost to build one out of BB, it would be silly not to purchase.

 

 

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He wants 1500...

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3 hours ago, jason str said:

$ 500 is less than it would cost to build one out of BB, it would be silly not to purchase.

 

 

 

The guy raised his price after we contacted him.  Not sure I want to do business with him.

 

What does one of these weigh in Birch?  I need to raise it about 5 feet off of the ground to put it behind my TV.

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