The subject it itself is very interesting and although it not directly relates to the Experience Music Horn Installation but there was some talk about in this thread. There was conversation on the similar subject at British hifiwigwam forum
The whole thread is very much not worth to look at but from page 19 it get interesting stating from Coco comments. I generally do not participate in the internet discussions where my former brazilin defecation ‘angeloitacare’ is posting but I hope he long gone from there. It would be interesting if CV and him local British folk would play with S2 and RCA 1443/1428B and try to figure out what is the most characteristic for sound of those drivers.
CV was right in the page #21 of the above-linked thread - we juts are scratching the surface of knowledge how the RCA drivers might sound. Cogent do not use RCA but they have their own version based ups the RCA design. I do not see anybody ever talk or think about sound of Cogent RCA. They might be good or not – not one knows and not one unfortunately looks into Cogent’s RCA sound seriously. There is also community of all those cretins around the Oswald's Mill who in one way or another trumpet RCA drivers but they are the ultimate Sarah Palins of Audio and to expect anything sensible from them is like to expect from a monkey to learn a multiplication table.
So, let see where the Brits will be landing at…The Cat
"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche