A phase plug in J-horn? Hm, OK, whatever…
Dresden, what I find disconcerting is that you are talking about “design” without taking or thinking about your sonic objectives. That is all reminds me very much what the folks at diyaudio.com do. They keep talking about any imaginable subject and most of them do not even understand why they are talking about it. Those few from there who do understand what they are talking about are not able to associate whatever they do or think with any more or less rudimental listening experiences or own musical objectives, in fact they hardly even have any listening objectives at all. I have seen many of those “angry designers”, I mostly laugh on them and they do not recognize why.
I do not know what serenechaos’ problem is with understanding of what you do but I am in on a same page as he is: in my coordinate system of “how the things done” and not sure what your project is all about. You won’t to build some kind of 40Hz that you wish to be “good” but the only more or less interpretable objectives that you brought up was… let me see… Class D amp, less cost, ability to market it to pro folks, no specific sonic objectives… did I miss anything?
I do not men to be critical but if you are trying to learn to lay a musical instrument then want would be the definition of your success if you are not planning to play your musical instrument or even listen it? I feel that people need to deign playback not in accordance to the deign concepts that some morons ( like me) from internet pass out but rather to learn to recognize with themselves own listening objectives and learn how to communicate vise the objectives goals and methods.
Otherwise it becomes the diyaudio.com-level of the BS collaboration and I personally have no interest in it.Rgs, 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