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Originally posted by SnailSpace SnailSpace wrote:

I don’t know what dispersion pattern & 90x40& stereo imaging mean/relate to? You have to treat me like I’ve just hatched out of an egg, thanks!

The dispersion pattern of HF horns is the horizontal and vertical coverage in degrees. Stereo imaging is how accurately a stereo signal is reproduced by a pair of speakers. If you intend just to plonk a load of boxes in one spot, then you don't need to worry about stereo. A single stack will be in mono, so the HF and MF sections can be driven by just a single amp channel each. So the minimum number of amp channels required for an active 3 way mono system is 3, for an active 3 way stereo system is 5 ( bass frequencies are omnidirectional, so they don't need to be run in stereo).
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I will be using as both 2 stacks and 1 stack.

What would happen if I had x2 horizontal 1 above the other? (I’m not questioning you just if I know why you don’t do something it makes more sense!)

I have seen when I look at other Sound systems rows of horizontal horns I presume this is because they have more output below to balance? Or that they like more high? 
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Snaispace get a copy of the old Yamaha sound  reinforcement book.. 
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I’ll take a look Thanks
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Originally posted by SnailSpace SnailSpace wrote:

I’ll take a look Thanks

You'll will learn a lot from from it especially coverage and dispersion etc. It's a  handy little 'bible' I think I got it it 25 years ago I'm sure they update it a bit but a lot of useful information. Second hand hand on eBay won't cost many pence. 
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Still quite expensive on eBay in uk as only copies are in US. It’s nice to have a hard copy as it’s easy but I’ve searched and found it on GoogleDrive as a PDF https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9Ka-yX8YG6KVEJVNjVpNFVOY0k/view?resourcekey=0-ZVVgTWKylltbOwRVrbU_NA
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Nice, some of the questions you been asking are well explained in it. It will give you a good grounding. 

Amazon UK have it for £16


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