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    2267h are different animal and need a lot of DSP changes settings to work with D2430K/M2 waveguide
    they need also much more power to get the best out of them
    2267h is basically 15" version of 2269g/h


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    For one thing the directivity behavior of the 2216nd is probably a better match for the M2 waveguide thanks to the geometry and material of its cone, as explained by Charles Sprinkle.

    Also, while the larger VC surface of the 2267 will surely fare better with high power levels, the special VC wire material of the 2216nd is probably at an advantage when it comes to lower levels (ie hifi or monitoring levels), thanks to its lower power compression.

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    This custom version is Pretty cool, liquid cooled with Carbon
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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post
    This custom version is Pretty cool, liquid cooled with Carbon

    do you have the link to this hybrid 2267?

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    Itís used in real horns and powered by 3xiTech 6000, 18kw 👍

    They also use a similar 2269h

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post
    Itís used in real horns and powered by 3xiTech 6000, 18kw 👍

    They also use a similar 2269h

    were did you find this, are them in Norway?

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    Hello, you can check realhorns on FB or contact andreas plodek directly there. He upgraded the 8 2267 drivers in his big 4m horn due to cone fatique in the chamber. the 2269 he is using in his custom TCB subs are still original. for an 800Hz usage i would always recommend an driver with less mms. 2267 and 2269 are really subwoofers not intended to be used to 1k. i think you will loose many details with lower sound pressure levels- Realhorns is located in germany. the do some gigs per year in germany, netherlands and belgium which i wiould really recommend if you like the sound of big horns.
    CROWN+JBL+18SOUND = Fun

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    CROWN+JBL+18SOUND = Fun

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