minimize the space required behind the screen. The high-frequency section consists of the JBL pure titanium compression driver and Bi-Radial horn. JBL published some polar diagrams for the but I found nothing for the I can only compare the “beamwidth vs frequencies” diagrams. JBL Incorporated, Balboa Boulevard, P.O. Box , Northridge, California • Bracket: Adjustable Clamp Type. • High Frequency. 44mm (/4 in.).
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I will most definitely be using a pair of ‘s with them. Zilch, can you measure that distortion differences? I realize that the is much bigger and goes lower, but when used above 1.
I can only compare the “beamwidth vs frequencies” diagrams in and spec sheets, and they seem quite similar in this regard. Quite an accomplishment, even by today’s standards. Impedance Sweep Hz – 20KHz.
It should be quite straight forward as the. Ask a question – opens in a new window or tab. Here are Zilch tests: You need a driver with a 1″ threaded exit.
But, my project is a corner wedge speaker with limited back dimensions to match the soffits sicso I ‘think’ the ‘s compactness will be the right choice there. Later, a suitable Super Tweeter can always be inserted for frequencies above 6kHz. In the attached image, I overlaid the response of the with and without the crossover high pass section in line.
Regardless, my old ‘s I had with TAD ‘s sounded fabulous A looks so small under aso I bought a new from Edge to compare to my ‘s, haven’t yet but I can’t find a spec sheet for one.
Select a valid country. The seller will not accept returns for this item. I’m happy with the results The was the one used in the But look at this montage of beamwidth and directivity diagrams from and brochures. From the opening tracks, I’m relieved that the typical “honk”, so common in horns, is absent with the contour network in place. This comparison tells a different story than diagrams found in the brochures.
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I thought I’d give this thread its “annual bump”: The JBL Bi-Radial horn maintains a smooth coverage in the horizontal and vertical axis x degrees from 1kHz to In conjunction with the even-order, allpass crossover network, the JBL exhibits only micro seconds of group delay from Hz to 1. Does anyone have a spec sheet on the ? Any polar response for this horn? Harrison, New Jersey, United States. Currently I’m using the DCX to actively crossover at hz and 1.
That to me implies that the is going to maintain the HF coverage to a higher frequency. Originally Posted by UreiCollector. JBL published some polar diagrams for the but I found nothing for the Maybe it has to do with less harmonic distortion or the way the horn is designed.
Learn More – opens in a new window or tab Any international shipping and import charges are paid in part to Pitney Bowes Inc. It has a 12″ woofer and a 1″ compression driver loaded with a distinctive Bi-Radial Horn.
Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Back to eBay Home. Yes, these little diagrams does not tell a lot.
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I’ll look for all of those. Mouse over to Zoom – Click to enlarge. Crossover work I have built and tested the high pass crossover, and have found that the attenuation across the whole band is somewhat high.