So with what seems like every other thread in the diy section being either a sub or a sub horn thread I, being the very impressionable person that I am, also wanted to fit in and reap the benefits of horn loading a sub and corner loading a horn.
I should first give a MAJOR shout out to
. His patience and helpfulness have been paramount in the possibility of this project.
Here is a layout of the horn design.
Here is a cutlist of the horn.
These posted are original designs done by
My horn had to be modified slightly, (thankfully without any noticeable changes in performance). The original plans call for 84 inches in height. I only have 83 inches from floor to ceiling.
Originally I planned to take 1 inch from the driver enclosure to meet the 83 inch maximum, but then I remembered my geometry skills and came to the realization that it was too tall from corner to corner(from bottom right to top left corner) to be stood up once brought inside.
After shortening the horn 2.5 inches (1 inch from the driver enclosure, and 1.5 inches from the mouth. We end up with a horn that is 81.5 inches in height and 83 1/16 inches from corner to corner, which can now be allowed to be stood up in proper orientation in the corner with minimal damage to the ceiling.
Here is the frequency response graph.
As well as impedance and phase graphs.