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Axeman · 21 · 1940

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Found a picture of LARGE MOUTH BASS as an example of using
long-forgotten math recouped to apply to a horn-loaded bass
loudspeaker.

 LMB on the left (3-parts connected) and one of the main speakers (TWIN PEAKS).
Passive cross-over between "Heads" (Horn-loaded tweeter and twin midrange)
and electrnic cross-over between heads and "Bass Bin", therefore separate amplifier
for the heads and the bins. The Large Mouth Bass also needs a separate amp.
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I like beer.
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Who doesn't like beer?
Ale or lager?
Light or Dork?
Imported or Domestic?
Microbrewery or corporate giant?
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warm English style.
Cold German style.
Insipid American style.

Can.
Bottle.
Glass.
Stein.
Your average bucket.

With food.
Without food.
as chaser.
For medicinal purposes only.

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I just like beer...the way it was meant to be enjoyed...in large quantities....all else is folly.
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In large quantities everything becomes folly including the actual enjoyment of the beer.
I think wine is feeling neglected in this thread.
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