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    Some 45XX Series

    4530 cabinets with 2205-B woofer the horn is 2345 coupled to a 2425-J with a 3110 crossover.
    4520 cabinets with 2-2225-H woofers the horns are 2390 horn lens assembly
    compression driver is a 2445-J and the crossover a 3160-A. The bolts on top
    of the cabinets allow me too change horns. Other horns are a 2360 or 2395.







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    Sweet!!! How do you think those 2360's compare to the 2397? What about the single 15 scoop to the double? I've got a pair of singles I loaded w/ 2225's. Wicked punch but not enough super LF. Not really enough sq. footage for livingroom use either. Always looking to try something else. What will be next?

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    You're Room Is Ready

    You know, the padded one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie4350
    You know, the padded one.
    I hope it is a big one... he's got company.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie4350
    You know, the padded one.
    I love the padded room, great acoustics! But I think they call it dampening material.

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    Quote Originally Posted by norealtalent
    Sweet!!! How do you think those 2360's compare to the 2397? What about the single 15 scoop to the double? I've got a pair of singles I loaded w/ 2225's. Wicked punch but not enough super LF. Not really enough sq. footage for livingroom use either. Always looking to try something else. What will be next?
    Ah the woodies! I like them the best as to the 2395 or
    2360 the other ones in the 60's series to controled. Try this if you have the parts a 2397 horn with a 2329 Y adapator with 1 - 2440 or 41 and a 2420
    with a 2425 diaphram also you will need a 2327 1 inch to 2 adaptor on the one
    horn. EQ the 2420 for the rolloff. Nice one point source instead of 2 to cover the
    frequency range. The 2397 remind me of a nice tube amp soft and sweet and
    the 2395 or 2360 a good solid state amp tight and focused but sometimes
    hard with some material. The 4520's are the choice in these as they do a little
    better than 45 Hz with 2225's. My Leap and LMS program years ago showed.
    That is usable. But put in 500 watts and go back 20 feet and your pants fabric
    will move. If you have the parts try it out

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