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High Frequency Large Horn Cabinet

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Author: admin
Date: 05-Sep-08

[dancetech database recompiled in 1999 - some articles listed April '99 are older]


This high frequency large horn cabinet is ideal for a modular system... If you want to get more ambitious, you can go for a modular sytem, with seperate bass, mid and treble cabs... each frequency range has it's own power amp, either a stereo amp, or 2 mono ones. The frequencies are split after the mixer, by an active cross-over (powered), which is best for systems over 500W per per cross-over(frequency).... You can tweak the active cross-over at the venue to 'tune' the sound a bit more...

This cabinet requires a passive cross-over inside to split between the horn and the bullet tweeter..... Check with the supplier for appropriate cross-overs and wiring when you purchase the driver units.

LOUDSPEAKERS HF FLARE WITH 1 OR 2 DRIVERS
BULLET TWEETER
PERFORMANCE From 1.2KHz to 20KHz of smooth clean mid and treble
Sensitivity of 100db for 1 Watt at 1 metre
CONSTRUCTION Fairly simple.
fairly simple this one
MATERIALS 2/3rds of a sheet of 18mm / 3/4" 8' X 4' board (2438 X 1219)


CLICK TO VIEW & DOWNLOAD THE PLANS


[plans will print out to an A4 page]

CLICK TO GO TO CONSTRUCTION TIPS PAGE


(very important to read this !!)


Good luck & happy building!














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'High Frequency Large Horn Cabinet'


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Name:  Mike Jacob
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Activity:  Hobby-ist
Date:  30-Dec-99

I am making cabinets for my guitar playing kids (14, 10, 10, & 9) to use in their band. These look like good plans. Could they be used directly hooked up to guitar amplifier heads? I have downloaded all the plans which you have put on the site. Can you recommend which ones to use for the guitars?

Thanks.

Mike Jacob

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Name:  Simon
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Date:  30-Dec-99

I tried to send comments about the 1x15" scoop bin, but was unable to I'll add it to this. It is truly a great design, but I am interested in building an 18" version, can anyone give me advice on any changes that would need to be made to the cabinet design? I am planning to use the Celestion BX18 600w 30-300hz speakers, wise choice?

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Name:  Simon
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Date:  30-Dec-99

Could I make a similar cab using a compression driver and relative horn?

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Name:  john raul
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Date:  03-Sep-06

how can i get a cerwin vega el36 designs?

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Date:  02-Apr-12

verry good

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Name:  gdsjsjsj
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Date:  24-Sep-14

I don't think I can finish it.

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Name:  guitar amps cabinets
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Date:  24-Sep-14

Think that to make a better cabinet is difficult.
Have all the cabinet got the same size like this.
I think I will have a try to make one myself.
It will be terrible work.
But I like it.

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