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G-horn phase

What's the phase of the G-horn, 90? I have a BW 18db/oct HPF which gives me a flat curve in room, which would make me believe that it's a phase of 90 at the end of the vent, but I'm just guessing. I'm adding some sealed subs in the mix, so I want to make things as easy as possible from the start.
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This is the first version. I dont know what exactly changed in the newest revision.

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This is the first version. I dont know what exactly changed in the newest revision.
That makes sense. I had to apply some eq at 63hz where there is a phase shift. It's crossing over to the mains there too.
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