I guess I’m gonna want to hear this thing Sign up for a new account in our community. But the extended frequency response of the HF makes it a clear choice! Al, the off axis looks exceptional. This driver looks like a winner unless I have done something wrong!
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Register a new account. I will probably not do this until tomorrow.
The difference would normally go to the woofer. Sign In Sign Up. I sure hope the driver lives up to the promise. Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community. This Eliptrac horn may be lro good candidate for 2 way afterall.
Yes, this is a wide range driver. I beleive it woud be a huge ‘upgrade’ to be able to go 2 way with the Khorn So far the Faital pro has me drooling, I am hopeful the distortion figure is acceptable at hz. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites.
Faital Pro Hf200 2″ 140w Exit Neodymium Titanium Compression Horn Driver 16-ohm
I think the levels are accurate to 0. I will be doing distortion tests later, but here some frequency response testing. I hope that doesn’t sound silly.
To say that another way. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. When you post “30 degrees” But the extended frequency response of the HF makes it a clear choice! Here’s the frequency response.
It will be good for 2-way operation only of the distortion at and below Hz is low enough. I plan to run harmonic distortion tests with a signal into the driver at Hz 12 dB below the level it takes to generate dB SPL at Hz. Did anyone ever test a TAD for this type of performance?.
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The HF plot was direct off a computer screen dump. Sign in Already have an account? It will require that I use ear-plugs and my wife will be home soon and will not tolerate that sort of noise for long! It’s 30 Deg off center of the horn mouth.
The nice thing for me is that I don’t need it to go anywhere near Hz as you guys do. It looks good all the way up and looks usable below Hz. I think it looks like the one to beat if you are wanting to go 2-way though.
Here’s a driver that I think has potential. That was with Hz and Hz tones.
So this isn’t a coaxial Posted January 26, I’m drooling at the possibilities as well. That driver seems promising from the outset Al.