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Too Tall (Curtis H. List)

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Re: More HL10 horn talk...
« Reply #50 on: October 09, 2004, 04:08:53 pm »

[quote title=Michael M wrote on Sat, 09 October 2004 14:51]
Too Tall wrote on Sat, 09 October 2004 07:25
Hi Mark,
   Al is constantly having screws back out. Mostly on all the handles (they are on T-nuts) and I believe also on the access plate. snip

Have you guys given loctite a go on the bolts? I've used it on acess panel bolts on my own horns (not labs though..) and they're staying tight as they were when I put them in Smile

I don't believe he is using anything like that.
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Re: still wondering
« Reply #51 on: October 15, 2004, 08:15:16 pm »

I completed Cowan audio's horn sub jr.;loaded with eminence delta 10's that I had laying around. This is my first listen to  a horn sub. what a difference a horn makes.It was crossed over at 80hz and powered with a microtech 1000 parallel mono to both drivers.really kiks butt considering the low power components. Forgot to mention using dbx 234xl xover for subs and a driverack 260 stereo tri amped tops;delayed to 6 milliseconds.This sub project is a warm up and intro to horn subs;lab sub also in progress. My hats off to Mr. Cowan of Cowan audio and a special thanks to all on this forum who have contributed to my ongoing priceless education.

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