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Hi Guys
I am about to start building a couple of speakers using 2 x 10” Volt BM2500.4 mid base drivers .
1 x Volt VM752 midrange dome and not 100% made my mind up on the tweeter . But it will most likely be the Fountek NeoPro 10i or maybe the Fountek NeoPro 5i .
I have been reading a lot about transmission line speakers and was wondering if the two mid base drivers would be worth putting in to a transmission line cabinet . I think it’s worth doing just get the best reproduction out of these speakers. But your thoughts would be grateful and appreciated.
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Adrian
 

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Model them in Hornresp.net.
 

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Advantages from my experience: with some drivers, you can tune a transmission line lower (while still being flat) than you could a ported box, sometimes by more than half an octave, and you can also design a box with lower group delay, approaching that of a closed box but with the frequency response of a ported Tutuapp 9Apps Showbox box.
 

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Advantages from my experience: with some drivers, you can tune a transmission line lower (while still being flat) than you could a ported box, sometimes by more than half an octave, and you can also design a box with lower group delay, approaching that of a closed box but with the frequency response of a ported box.
Thanks for your reply, very informative and explained very well.
Winlsd l have used a lot and have no problem with. Hornsrep l am not so confident with and finding it hard to calculate two drivers in the one T Line properly.
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