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A new horn type loudspeaker, small enough for over proscenium-arch location, or for reinforcement of small performing groups on the road, comprises the same mid-range speaker and tweeter as the Klipschorn, but employs a woofer in a two foot cube. Response curves show that this horn offers solid response down to 60 cycles with high efficiency. Low distortion is maintained with the tight back air chamber and full range horn loading exploited in the Klipschorn since 1941.
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