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  1. Ok. I’ve been messing around with the Wizard and believe (????) that maybe by forming the rear of the mouth closest to the actual driver as possible will affect the “LOWER-END” of the FR more than anything else I can manipulate. Driver enclosure volume, angle of drivers facing each other, etc... It seems like the more narrow the rear section is the higher the peak in the response is toward the lower end. Is that a fair assessment on your part as well? This leads me to believe that aprox 200 Liters per driver, aprox 60 degree angle, and a formed rear section similar to my drawing in t
  2. Ok. Think I’ve got it nailed down finally. wow. Some basic mistakes on my part and some wrongful teachings by others in the past...lol. They tried though and that’s more than most so can’t really complain. Here are my results now that I’m using driver sealed volume for both drivers and leaving those other two Hornresp boxes empty (Vtc/Atc). it looks correct now! i will do all the options and post pics and parameters if you don’t mind double checking my findings once I think I’ve nailed down the designs. How do we use the feature with the AE d
  3. For this one pictures below with a 32 degree Angle (64 degree total) I’m getting way different looking results than yours. This is the cabinet I used for the data input into the above Hornresp pics. note it’s a Top down view and it’s 28” tall for interior lengths bests alex
  4. Testing pics. Too big and rotates when change size, uggh. sorry don’t know why it rotates them.
  5. Ok. I’ve gotten the Inductance truck to work, yay! So why do you have Vtc and Atc both blank in your models? i am getting a slightly different graph for some reason as well.... do you see why in these pics? I used Ricci’s data from above. I do notice the actual horn/slot chamber volume being different in these than what I was doing previously according to the diagram schematic.
  6. Ok. I see what you mentioned about the 60* and how that takes the peak out for less distortion. I will have to double check the sealed volume for that model to make sure I’m looking at the correct design. on the sealed volume note, when modeling does one put in the single cab/driver volume or entire system volume(double in this case)? I thought this was only modeling one driver of the two? If it’s modeling the total system then the voltage would also need to be doubled when checking the excursion? Thanks again! alex
  7. Ok. I tested to see if could post pics from my phone since I don’t have a hosting site. no issues with posting. Super easy thank goodness. I will get all the cab dimensions pics with dimensions and annotations for both the angled and 90 degree designs that have the maximum lengths so can shrink if necessary. I have both the smallest and largest dimensions for both types of designs that will allow the lengths of the rear parts of the drivers’ makeups, supposedly. I know I do for the AE drivers but SI I am using 13.5” mounting depth based on hearsay. The AE is from
  8. I’m not quite sure why the reply is making me quote but will proceed. thanks for the help!!! This has been driving me crazy trying to figure out!!!! i cannot use ported designs but can appreciate them none the less. can you try to modify the angle of the slot from rear to the baffle face and see if my predictions were correct? i just used the -5dB points at a high voltage and compared the two(angled interior driver baffle to 90 degree interior slot driver baffle). The angled baffle gave me the higher spl at lower frequencies by about 5Hz.. t
  9. They are both the same type of enclosure. 2 drivers per enclosure separated by a slot and each driver has its own sealed space behind it. Think of two drivers facing each other firing at each other into the same “Slot”. Basically two drivers being slot loaded. They can be perfectly parallel or angled where the drivers are closer together at the rear of the enclosure creating a wedge type of alignment which changes the compression against the drivers I’m guessing. Or the speakers can be 90 degrees to the rear baffle which would place the cones in parallel similar to how IB manifo
  10. Hi all. This is my first post here and hope this is the correct place. These cabinets are being placed into my baffle wall for HT. All drivers are already purchased but need to fine tune these cabinets with inductance features now available in Hornresp I am familiar with Hornresp and Winisd but am needing help with a cabinet for ULF and a different cabinet for Mid Bass/Bass modules. The ULF cabinet will be 2-SI 24” Mkiii drivers in a sealed cabinet Face to Face alignment. I have modeled them but am not able to use the inductance features that are now able to used so would be g
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