Originally Posted by Done Deal DR
What's with all the hostility?
I think bond misunderstood the point I was trying to make.
Originally Posted by Louis Bartay
Let it go....agree to disagree. There is always a point counter point ...as some what I have read I wondered about (square horns dispersion IS equal IMHO
) I think so too...
Again, this is the second time I stated it for the record, but I too think that a horn that has a dispersion pattern of "90 by 90" degrees will not benefit from being turned on it's side, but to reiterate something you said on the previous page and given you're calling it a " a square horn," above--It doesn't necessarily mean that the dispersion pattern is equal and in fact all of the Klipsch THX, Reference and Synergy line use 'square horns" whose dispersion pattern is 90 by 60 degrees and that is what I was trying to clear up...To put it another way ALL Klipsch THX, Reference and Synergy speakers use "square horns" and NONE have a "90 x 90" degree dispersion pattern
. I hope this helps clear things up and if not I gave it my best shot.
EDIT: Btw, Louis, I took your advice without even knowing it and had a few ales and enjoyed music and a movie on my Klipsch Library Home Theater....I'll do the same this evening. Cheers!Edited by Zen Traveler - 6/30/13 at 1:27pm