The CD (Constant Directivity) Horn block includes a filter that compensates for the inherent 6 dB per octave, high-frequency roll-off in the frequency response of a CD Horn loudspeaker.
|Input node||Connection point for wiring input to the CD Horn filter block|
|Output node||Connection point for wiring the CD Horn filter output to another block|
(Hover over the thumbnail below to view the properties dialog box.)
|Graphical representation of filter. Use the brown handle to adjust the filter's frequency. Use View options to change graph content.|
|View options||Selecting Magnitude (selected by default) displays the magnitude of the frequency response. Selecting Phase (deselected by default) displays the phase response.|
|Frequency control||Displays the current frequency of the filter. Change the frequency by moving the slider or editing the frequency value in the edit box.|
|Bypass||Selecting this checkbox bypasses the filter (routes audio around the filter), which effectively turns the block into a wire.|