I’ll look into listing the whole package on eBay after I get a sense of what my shipping expense might be. In all probability your mid box could use some taming if the system is a bit shouty so you are on the right tack. I may be able to get a ballpark idea with a sign wave generator and my outboard RTA. Extra Tabs by vBulletin Hispano. It is the case that some of that old gear can be made to sound very very good indeed.
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Does anyone have experience with this? However the response jhl were done with a driver, which could be responsible for much of the rolloff because it quits at 15K. I havent tweaked the crossover points in a long time, but jhl recollection is that 2. Would there be an HF advantage to swapping the to a horn? Just my 2 cents worth of opinion But unlike the ‘s, I havent been able to find any info on what the frequency response for the is supposed to be.
Sign in Already have an account? Nice and easy to implement a single 12″ whether you use it in a horn or normal it will do the job for you and is W rated so its pretty bombproof. I’m not entirely sure that 2 x 10 is the way to go here.
Thats still high enough to not stress the HF driver in PA use but takes better advantage of the horns’ abilities. You might want to give us some more info re your crossover situation, amps etcthere are folks here with way more knowledge than me that will chime in with the real down and dirty. The 15s were definitely reconed, I had it done in the early 90s by a qualified tech. I was planning to put the ‘s with the ‘s on top and get everything in a single mid-high cabinet, however I dont want to put a lot of effort into making my mids sound nice up front, only to find that the highs are not really cutting it.
Still like the too, it can take a pounding all night long, even surviving a dropped mic that slammed it into the phase plug once or twice, something that would have cracked a diaphragm. In each case you are running a deal higher than the optimal band for each driver in a hi fi sense I would be looking at or less for your 15’s and bring your HF down to or even I’ve got two pairs of EVMB’s in ported front loaded cabinets on the bottom, crossed at hz, so I dont really need the low frequency response of a driver like the From a volunteer fireman’s perspective, outdoors is always the preferred method for burning cabinets.
Hi Kevincheers for the details. The cabs themselves are knockoffs and made of particle board, covered with formica with a glass top. If I go lower, its hard to tell the difference in the room, but closer to the speaker stacks the high mids 1.
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The is a very good horn for home use. I have more headroom in my bass cabinets, so this lets me push the midrange drivers harder in their band. These were originally installed as a center cluster in a roller arena here around or so.
They are HUGE 22461 home stereo, and would be nearly impossible to ship intact. Would you suggest listing the parts package on eBay as a set?
JBL D16R2470 Diaphragm 2461, 2470
The potential for damaging your found money is high. About 20 years ago I moved the bass drivers out of scoops and into front loaded, ported cabinets, which made a huge improvement in the low end response, with only a minor loss of volume.
My Rane does have EQ setting for CD horns, but I’d have to pull it and open the case to change it, which would be a PIA, so hopefully its not really necessary for the s.
Posted April 10, One of the reasons that I want to stick with 10s for the mids, is that 24611 ones I’ve seen that are made to be midrange drivers tend to be reasonably flat until K or so. Or is there another horn that would hbl better suited as the main HF horn in a smallish watt per side system that will sound good close to the front and still be able to project into a medium size room on occasion?
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Looking into this some more, it appears that JBL made the switch from radials to bi-radials sometime in the 80s, presumably to reduce HF beaming. Advertise on the most comprehensive and widely viewed musicians’ website.
At the time, the consensus seemed to be that factory sounded better, whether or not it was worth the 3x premium was subjective.