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Mal Brown

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Re: B&C 14" coax for wedges ?
« Reply #30 on: May 20, 2021, 12:30:20 PM »

Thanks Art. 
From that I think I can interpret that my Renkus Trap 40's are 40 only from the horn.  The front firing 15 is radiating more broadly as it is just doing what 15" cones do...

I've mixed on those boxes in splay array a long time and they seem to be almost seamless as I wander the field.  That is I don't hear the 15's interacting -which tells me I have a lot to learn...  big news there ;-)
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Re: B&C 14" coax for wedges ?
« Reply #31 on: May 21, 2021, 01:32:03 PM »

Thanks Art. 
From that I think I can interpret that my Renkus Trap 40's are 40 only from the horn.  The front firing 15 is radiating more broadly as it is just doing what 15" cones do...

I've mixed on those boxes in splay array a long time and they seem to be almost seamless as I wander the field.  That is I don't hear the 15's interacting -which tells me I have a lot to learn...  big news there ;-)
The side by side arc location of the 15" reduce horizontal dispersion at a frequency below the "beaming" any 15" will exhibit, as well as the "pattern flip" of the "too thin" 40 degree horn.
You could probably find polar charts for singles and multiples of your RH cabinets to get a visual idea of what you hear.

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