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Eminence BH410 1" Exponential Horn 1-3/8"-18 TPI

Brand:|Model: BH410|Part # 290-549
Compact exponentially flared horn for general HF duties. Excellent for bass guitar rigs!
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Part # 290-549
  • Exponential flare for smooth, linear response
  • Ideal for bass guitar cabinets
  • Mounts on standard 1-3/8"-18 TPI screw-on drivers

Product Details

Eminence BH410 1" Exponential Horn 1-3/8"-18 TPI

Compact exponentially flared horn for general HF duties. Excellent for bass guitar rigs! Unique flange shape permits extremely close driver spacing while maintaining excellent dispersion characteristics. Recommended for crossover points 1 kHz and higher. Rugged plastic construction. Standard 1-3/8"-18 TPI screw-on mounting.

Specifications: • Overall dimensions: 5.59" W x 5.59" H x 4.38" D • Cutout dimensions: 3.56" W x 3.56" H.

Product Specifications
  • Mounting Type1-3/8"-18 TPI
  • Entry / Throat Diameter1"
  • ConstructionABS
Eminence BH410 1" Exponential Horn 1-3/8"-18 TPI
  • BrandEminence Speaker
  • ModelBH410
  • Part Number290-549
  • UPC876358001477
  • Product CategoryHorns & Waveguides
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (3 Reviews)
  • Weight0.35 lbs.
  • California Prop 65

    Warning: California residents only. Please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Eminence BH410 1" Exponential Horn 1-3/8"-18 TPI
Eminence BH410 1" Exponential Horn 1-3/8"-18 TPI is rated 4.3333 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Tired of blowing HF'sI bought these to put in my 4x10 and 8x10 bass cabs. I rent backline and the new basses with their 18 volt pre-amps are quite brutal on HF. I had popped fuses, fried L-pads and blown HF drivers coming back in from rentals. I put these in the cabs and used an Eminence 2002S-8 driver to boost HF output from the cabinets. I went in and put 100 watt L-pads and the HF output is VERY present. I knew I'd need the additional L-pad capacity because the attenuator would be turned down further than before. I was correct. HF hiss is more pronounced at idle, but there is no lack of HF anymore.The horn looks very good in place of the factory horns andthe dispersion is fine on medium size & larger stages.You will have to modify the horn lens or the box itself to get this into the factory enclosure. I chose to remove about 1/4" from the horn lens's reinforcing ribs. all the cabs I have are carpeted so they seal well.Now if I can just figure out how to keep players from plugging their active basses into the passive "in" on the amp............................hmmmmmm.
Date published: 2011-11-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best sounding hornI have two other pairs of horns that don't sound as open and clear as these with my drivers.I was not even hoping they would sound better, I thought they would just look better for my application. I was suprised they sounded the best.
Date published: 2009-10-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good SoundExcellent sounding horn. It's 60x60, but I'd like it a bit wider, something like 90x90 would rule.....
Date published: 2009-07-16
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Eminence BH410 1" Exponential Horn 1-3/8"-18 TPI

What is the dispersion pattern for this horn?

Asked by: Trumpet
This horn is 60 x 60.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-02-10

The curved flange is sized to fit what sized speaker, it looks like a good fit for somewhere between 6.5 and 12 inches.

If you held it up to a speakers O.D. which size would it fit best?
Asked by: Nixter
This is curved to fit very close to a 10 inch driver.
Answered by: Chrisf
Date published: 2011-03-01
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