Unfortunately noise has become an issue due to the high sensitivity of these compression drivers. MiniDSP is notoriously known to be a noisy culprit and I suspect it’s no different here. Night and day difference and was def worth it. Skip to main content. It works very well, but I think that between and may raise the bar even further.
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JBL H HF Horn 2″ Throat Compression Driver 8 Ohm | eBay
For crossovers, filters etc I will be using miniDSP 4×10 HD and amplification will be a mixture of the Anaview amps I have built and continue to build as well as other things I have sitting around. Although the audio quality isn’t stellar as of right now it’s lots of fun to say the least. Night and day difference and was def worth it. Replies to my comment. I’m going to try different things with the enclosure that crosses with 24466h compression driver. The current setup does show a lot of promise though and it’s very dynamic and punchy, just the way I like it!
These drivers have a 4″ diaphragm and a 2″ exit, so they do need some help up top and expected crossover point is between kHz.
They are heavily damped and it works great for bass, but maybe not so much for the highs? Adding was a huge improvement in the highs compared to doing and up all alone.
JBL 2446H HF Horn 2″ Throat Compression Driver 8 Ohm
MiniDSP is notoriously known to be a noisy culprit and I suspect it’s no different here. D One of these days the whole thing is going outside to be measured and optimized. The biggest issue is crossing the horn over at 1 kHz and having the 15″ play all the way up, hence why it would be nice to add something like the 10″ Sick setup you’ve got!
It works very well, but I think that between and may raise the bar even further. These things were built ibl last and it’s going to be really exciting to see how they fare in terms of sound quality. DIY multi way active JBL speakers with bass system Presentation of the current multi way active loudspeaker system with a separate subwoofer system to achieve great bass performance. Addendum; after some experimentation I solved the noise issues Compression had, and you can read cimpression about it in the comprehensive miniDSP 4×10 HD review.
Above the horn and for the ultra high frequencies I’m contemplating something nice from Fostex or using a pair jb, JBL I’m fortunate enough to own. Unfortunately noise has become an issue due to the high sensitivity of these compression drivers.
They will be set up with a pair of H compression drivers. Discussion on Huge horns and large format compression drivers from JBL karl sartori not verified Permalink.
Huge horns and large format compression drivers from JBL FTW
Learn more about the performance of Truextent’s diaphragms ubl visiting the link below. I pushed the compression driver to the limit and set a second order filter at Hz, that improved things greatly, but it seems like I need to improve upon the enclosure one of the ‘s sits in. Large format JBL compression drivers and big chunky horns should mean lots of dynamics and fun! Huge horns and large format compression drivers from JBL. That time has finally come — in the form of JBL A horns.
Build process and information about my DIY bass system comprising of four large top of the line 18″ subwoofers and four 15″ JBL midbass drivers.
Had a look at the diaphragm and it’s probably the original back from 94 as some markings on around the voice coil indicates.
Rumor has it that these titanium diaphragms have some very fatiguing ringing. As I’ve got a very capable bass system that can do 60 Hz and down with authority the plan this far is to utilize a pair of JBL ‘s for midbass and midrange, maybe throw in a H 10″ midrange to avoid early beaming and jlb able to cross the horns over a little later.
Others who read Huge horns and large format compression drivers from JBL also read. It’s probably good for the price, and my personal experience with aluminum is good, but I’m very curious to learn the price of Truextent’s new TF diaphragm because as we can see from the spectral decay above, it rids you of most ringing compeession 10 kHz.
A cheaper option would be Radian’s 4″ aluminum diaphragm which is available through Parts Express.
Presentation of the current multi way active loudspeaker system with a separate subwoofer system to achieve great bass performance. Hope is that some of it may be avoided by crossing them over a little lower and worst comppression is having to change the diaphragm into very expensive Beryllium or the more affordable and brand new TF from Trueextent.