1970's vintage Fiamm Dixie Horn with metal housings. With setup instructions.. A friend found these Dixie horns in an old 1970's RV. Not as good as the Jubilee horns but not bad. Some of these horns sound awful. These suckers are Loud!!!! You can tell they are old by the aluminum horn housings, the new ones are all plastic. The horn setup sequence is 3 4 5 6 7. Following the notes in the song. Ports 1 and 2 aren't used in the 5 tone 12 note Dixie tune.
Assuming the shortest horn is 1 and the longest horn is 5 here is the pattern....
1(shortest horn) = port 3 /// 2 (2nd shortest horn) = Port 7 /// 3 (middle horn) = Port 4 /// 4 (2nd longest horn) = Port 6 /// 5 (longest horn) = Port 5 Hope this helps.
My compressor has 7 numbered output ports.
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