Hah! No problem Steve. It's all good info being exchanged.
I'm kind of convinced that the 2435 only works well on the Array horn.
I have yet to try the 2450SL on the PTH1010 (I'll be trying the 476Be as that is all I have on hand at present).
The array horn is really close to a 2344...
Hello 4313BI'm kind of convinced that the 2435 only works well on the Array horn.
I am pretty happy with it on the PTH1010. Shame you can't get them anymore. Takes a couple of notch filters and you have to cross them high so great for a 3 way not so good as a two way. That was always the problem with any of the PT waveguides, high crossover point. Granted not as good as the Array but still quite listen-able.
Hello PosThe array horn is really close to a 2344...
Yes it is you can drop them right in the same baffle cut out.
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Have either of you played around with terminating the sides using a round over (~ 2.6 inches for 1300 Hz for example)?
I'm not sure of the exact reason JBL did away with the 100 x 100 guides. Probably not enough call for them in SR.
The big horn could be a simple conical or radial, and its geometry would not be really critical: the "throat" (the PT waveguide) would handle the critical part, and the rest of the big horn would only serve to maintain directivity lower.
While not really germane to where the thread has gone, the 2425 drivers where used with a PAS 15" to create the coax that was the core of the Urei "B" series studio monitors. So I'd say they can be fully suitable for HiFi uses.
30Hz Bass Horns/K151, Custom Midbass/D130, 280Hz Round Tractrix/2440, Fostex T925a: Full range horn loaded bliss.
The 2425 was used in the DD55000 Everest along with an E145 variant and a 2405.
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