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  1. pw91686
    01-21-2019 - permalink
    pw91686
    can you please respond to my PM, thanks
  2. harmonia3
    12-06-2017 - permalink
    harmonia3
    hi Patrick,
    Do you have the answer how rear back midbass work on GN with 400-500hz XO ? or have need to get right tunning eq and TA ?
  3. oabeieo
    04-12-2015 - permalink
    oabeieo
    Hi Patrick,
    Heya would you help me decide on a one inch compression driver, I will be using Esmini body's, right now they have cd1ev3 drivers on them I don't know what driver the cd1ev3 even is , I want to do a lower dash mod and get minis to mount about 5 inches higher so sound is not so far on floor, my car the lower dash is way way down there . I want better center image and I'm fine with a xo around 1k , so I was looking at the cd10nd , the bms4550 or the jbl you recommend in a thread but I can't seem to find for sale anywhere, so right now I'm liking the cd10nd the best because of power handling , flat responce, will play to 20k and will play down to 700 . I plan on using a second order slope and crossing around 1 to 2 kHz . I know you recommend a Celestine one also but I am willing to pay 200 bucks ea for them for a dam nice one. So , would you be as kind as to advise me as to witch one you would go with and why , or recommend a good one to me
  4. anson cao
    03-16-2015 - permalink
    anson cao
    hi patrick
    I am thinking build a acustic lens for my dyaudio 110 , do you have any suggestion ?
  5. JohnAltman520
    02-20-2015 - permalink
    JohnAltman520
    Hello Patrick, I was referred to you when I asked about horn enclosures in automotive applications.

    I was wondering if you could help me with deciding if a horn would be the best choice for my application and if it is I would like to pay you to design one for me if you can.
  6. Patrick Bateman
    09-22-2014 - permalink
    Patrick Bateman
    Sure! I'll post a thread in off-topic.
  7. Picassotheimpaler
    This is completely off topic from the forum, but i have a question for you. I lurk on the forum pretty regularly for inspiration and have always been into your threads and the way you go about finding an answer to whatever question you pose. Anyway, I'm pretty sure I've seen on one of them that your a programmer for a living? I'm headed in that direction myself (software eng.) and was wondering if there was any advice you have on the subject.
  8. Patrick Bateman
    06-03-2014 - permalink
    Patrick Bateman
    If you start a thread about it, I'll post a design using Hornresp
  9. Mooresound
    06-03-2014 - permalink
    Mooresound
    Thanks for the response, I read about that software.... seems like a neat tool.
  10. Patrick Bateman
    06-03-2014 - permalink
    Patrick Bateman
    'The Wicked One' sub was made before Hornresp was widely used.
    Personally, I'd consider a tapped horn or front loaded horn first.

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  • About Patrick Bateman
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    San Diego
    Interests
    Building horns and building bicycles
    Do you work in the 12 Volt industry?
    No
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    In principle it would be quite simple to waste the surplus labour of the world by building temples and pyramids, by digging holes and filling them up again, or even by producing vast quantities of goods and then setting fire to them. (Orwell)

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