first MDF tractrix horns finished, learn how to make them

Discussion in 'Hi-Fi and General Audio' started by angeloitacare, Nov 20, 2007.

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    Stunning. Fabulous work, I wish I was as creative.
     
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    Nice!!! :MILD:
    So are they 100% completed & if so, how do good do they sound?
     
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    hi Andy

    i will test them in the next couple of days.
     
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    Good work Angelo.
     
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    awesome

    fantastic work , are they to be made available unfinished to the public ?

    what is the low cut off point too please ?


    i'm blown away they look great congrats , angelo.

    regards

    darryl.
     
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    hello darryl

    these have 49cm diameter. lowest cutoff recomended is 400hz.

    Angelo
     
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