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organorgan Posts: 5,022
edited January 2004 in 2 Channel Audio
Just wondering where you got those bass horns. Do they make smaller versions for 10 or 8" drivers?

Do they give you that "horn sound"? It's hard to explain it but I'm hooked. You know, the way they "excite" the air in your room.

Thanks

Maurice
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  • WardswebWardsweb Posts: 871
    edited January 2004
    They are Bassmaxx B1 that I picked up from Rhino Acoustics in Houston, Texas. You can visit their website at http://bassmaxx.com

    I did see a prototype of a new horn that uses a trick little 10" at the Lone Star Bottleheads meeting I attended last weekend in Terrell Texas. You can see a picture of it on my website under the pictures for the Terrell meet: Lone Star Bottleheads Website
    Living room: Clearaudio Champion II turntable, EAR 834P phono pre, Auralic Altair DAC/server, PS Audio Quintessence power, DIY 6H30 Class A Linestage, ASL AQ1006 845 DT MKII mono block amplifers, DIY Altec/JBL speakers, DIY Baltic birch rack
    Sun room: DIY Nelson Pass B1 w/Korg NuTube pre, Technics SL-1700 turntable, DIY Anaview d-class mono block amplfiers, JBL C50 Olympus speakers with custom Smith horns, Mapleshade Samson rack
    Den: Onkyo TX-NR929 receiver, Oppo BDP-103 player, Behringer EP 4000 sub amp, Electrovoice DX-38 active, DIY EL-34 horn amp, Behringer NU6000 bass amp, Klipsch Jubilee speakers, Martin Logan Cinema center, JBL SAT2 surrounds, Danley DTS-10 sub
    Dining room: Pro-Ject RPM 1 turntable, Shanling CD-T1500 SACD, Sumo Athena pre, SST Ampzilla 2000 amps, Quad 2905 speakers
  • organorgan Posts: 5,022
    edited January 2004
    Thanks for the links. Great pics and gear from the Bottlehead page. Those things are way too big. My parents will kill me if I ever get one. I'll look around the net to find DIY pages on smaller bass horns. I think I'll try to build one this summer using an 8" driver and an outboard active x-over. Thanks.

    Maurice
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