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On 3/1/2020 at 6:51 PM, Marvel said:


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Triple post, my bad

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On 3/3/2020 at 5:05 PM, MicroMara said:

The difference between men and boys is only the size and price of their toys


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You forgot to mention the QUANTITY of their toys!!

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On 3/2/2020 at 4:59 PM, Chris A said:

Just let the midrange/tweeter horns stick out in front and dial their delays back.  You'd then have a coaxial D'Appolito fully horn loaded pair of stereo loudspeakers.





If mounted vertically, the owner might could add a 3 ft extension all around to make a splayed 9 ft. horn that goes down to 31 Hz. like DaveA's Super MWM. No subwoofer needed for music.

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On 3/4/2020 at 8:39 AM, No.4 said:

I’m not sure how high these will crossover, but, I have heils on my mind so.. How about splitting the two halves apart 6” or so and installing a AMT stack assembly in between the two halves with wings extending out from there. The di-pole effect would undoubtedly suffer, but maybe it could be absorbed.


just a thought.

Nice thought, but it's physically impossible to get an MWM to play up to 1 Khz.  without PEQing the crap out of it. You would need a midbass horn on top, like the one Klipsch made with a 12" driver. or a used Peavey mid horn, like I have that's flat from 300-1,200 Hz. That would be an incredible 3-way setup.

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