Horns generally have more than 2 frequency divisions, mostly eight-inch bass + horn treble, low frequency and high frequency estimates can be guaranteed, will the mid-frequency frequency response be greatly attenuated? Will the structure of the horn be too directional and have a blind spot for listening? In addition to the structure of the horn tweeter, what is the difference between the pronunciation unit and the ordinary dome tweeter? How does the sense of hearing compare to the ribbon tweeter?
Traditional horn speakers generally use compression to drive the tweeter, and the woofer is short-stroke and large-caliber. In the current 8-inch two-way horn speakers, the tweeter is generally changed to a dome unit. Contrary to what the subject imagined, the horn speakers happen to have insufficient extension at both high and low ends and prominent mid-range frequencies: the role of the horn is to "squeeze", the cooperating woofer has a large caliber but short stroke, and the sound is loose but not enough to dive. The horn speaker has concentrated energy, the tube amplifier has a strong tone, and has a special charm when paired with it. However, using it in a small space is a test of the user. If it is not a suitable communication environment (user group, or experienced dealer) ), not very recommended.