Thinking about my Vitavox S2 “fundamentals channel” I can’t stop think about my hypostatic view about the horns. Year after year I was mucking what GOTO does when they introduces a horn for a couple octaves. Ironical now I am truing to do the same for upper bass and lower mid range.
Yes, I do feel hippocratic about it. Still, my ideas is to use S2-LF+S2-HF is because the specific limitation of the Vitavox S2 driver. If the Vitavox S2 would be able to handle properly from 500Hz and up, and with the very same diaphragm then I would not need to separate this driver into two channels. From a different prospective a single horn from 500Hz to, I would say, 12,500Hz is by it’s wide bandwidth nature is a severally compromised horn… So might be the GOTO guys are on something by breaking it up?
It would be hard to say as GOTO use their own drivers and unless I would play with them it would be hard to say anything defiantly. Also, my coming experiment with LF section of S2 will not prove anything as I look forward to the very specific results and in the very specific application. Still, what motivated GOTO or ALE to break the channels beside their desire to sell more drivers?
Romy 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