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Remember Me? Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 15 of Steve Gonzales. I want some suggestions for a horn that will be suitable for an hz crossover point. I've looked at the JBL Pro site and it shows a "wave guide" horn. Idea's anyone?. I looked at the tech sheets on this driver and am drooling over the possibilities as one of the finest midrange drivers on the planet.
I sold my 's and put the money into these amongst other neat toys JBL. I have NO idea how to calculate the flair of a horn to work with a compression driver and I do hope someone out there is willing to help. Talk to ya later, Steve G.
Hey there I modified some 's for a 1. The pix are long gone from my website so I need to look for them though.
Getting Hz is going to be a real problem due to horn length. The JBL horn as used in the DMS1 monitor is the best choice although it's a 1K horn and it's footprint will closely match the L94's in that cabinet. I'm under the impression that typically the and its siblings are all used above hz. I might be wrong though. You might see if you can get Zilch or Widget interested in assisting in the determination of this question.
You'd do this by sawing through the throat at the point where it is 1. That equates out to a distance of 8. There's no reason I can think of why not to do this, given that you are adding a tweeter overtop of this setup. JBL sells a 1 to 1. Earl, I was thinking of taking a 1. Just off the top of my head, I believe that this would give me the length that I need to support the hz crossover.
I'll have a look at the other threads and see if it can safely play down that far. Thank you for answering the wave length question for me, I did'nt know that formula. Thanks to subwoof too. I remember seeing the original pictures of that horn mod. Why not look at some of the JBL PTwave guides, cheap and made to measure and Zilch has been exploring applications and crossovers.
Far more recent technology and tested by JBL with such drivers as I recall. Suggest you hook up with Zilch and copy in on the Intel. JBL use in hz for passive network, hz in active crossover.
I have no clue yet as to the part number or source for the deeper back caps. That's Project May territory We're still waiting for receipt of additional 's before we test all of the drivers together. The spec sheets for and are not available outside JBL, apparently, so we have to develop this information ourselves. To use them on PT Waveguides, which are constant directivity, you'd likely be abandoning the L94 lens.
I'm not familiar with the , but several forum members have used them in their projects. I'd have serious reservations about reducing an exit diameter with an adapter.
Maybe go the other way and adapt up to the 2" stubby H93 horn instead? You really need some test gear. There's no way to reasonably accomplish anything by random action with this stuff, I have learned, and anything you DO accomplish is suspect otherwise Originally Posted by Zilch. Originally Posted by Steve Gonzales. Originally Posted by Mr. Better Response? Do you mean flatter in the mid band as Steve would be using these in modified Ls with the Cat Eye, or do you mean more extension up top as needed for your two-ways?
Hi, Earl, Do you agree that an L94 lens would not be appropriately applied in front of a constant directivity horn? Last Jump to page:. Replies: Last Post: , AM. Replies: 8 Last Post: , AM. Mobile JBL almost ready By johnaec in forum General Audio Discussion. Replies: 5 Last Post: , PM. All times are GMT The time now is PM. All rights reserved. Extra Tabs by vBulletin Hispano.
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Compresion driver shoot out. I want to offer a few options in the high end system designs i create. I will do this over the weekend my shop and post my thoughts of this comparison. Both companies have thier product readily available for me to use in my systems www. Last edited by soundmanshorty : at PM. Mistick Krewe. Sounds like a fun comparison.
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