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    Check out these horns!

    Wood, MF/HF - 'different! http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...MakeTrack=true (not mine)

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    they look like big scorpions

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    They are "Organic."

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    Unless my eyes deceive me, the bent section signifigantly reduces in ID as it nears the throat, so no gain in effective length.....what's the point???:dont-know

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    Quote Originally Posted by moldyoldy
    .....what's the point???
    "Organic Scorpions Design" - psychoacoustic fulfillment by design. ___________ Peter

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    Quote Originally Posted by moldyoldy View Post
    Unless my eyes deceive me, the bent section signifigantly reduces in ID as it nears the throat, so no gain in effective length.....what's the point???:dont-know
    Well, if used with a big horn-loaded LF system, the drivers are more likely to be in the same theoretical plane... But I agree - I don't see exactly what the extra length is for, since it doesn't really appear to expand much.

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