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Old 1st June 2011, 11:36 AM   #11
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What the Wallin jig does the Dayton Woofer Tester does better and faster, especially with the version 2 of the software.
I now have a dual boot macbook so I can use both Windows and OS X software I really have to get that fuzzmeasure...
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Old 1st June 2011, 12:36 PM   #12
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There is also Claudio's tutorial (I haven't used it but he helped Jay with the Unofficial Speaker Workshop manual (Claudio was the person who uploaded to esnips I think). Esnips didn't originally require you to install software to download it. http://www.claudionegro.com/download...rial%20ENG.zip

I have a copy of the 2nd edition of the Unofficial Speaker workshop manual. It is 18MB so I think it is well past the limit that I can attach (and it does have a copyright message at the begining so I shouldn't anyway).

I've PM'ed Jay (the author) to see whether I would be able to upload it somewhere where it can be downloaded without any hassle (I think I have 100MB of web space with my ISP account). I gave some input to Jay for the 2nd edition Calling for help- starting Speaker Workshop Manual 2nd Edition

Also the thread I started when I was having problems I think has some good info in it as well (from other people ) problems with acoustic measurements

I actually now do my measurements in holmimpulse export and import into speaker workshop to do the crossover modelling. Holmimpulse seems to give me more consistent results for impulse measurements that I was able to get with SW.

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Old 1st June 2011, 02:42 PM   #13
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I Got the OK from Jay (Thanks Jay!) so I've uploaded the unofficial speaker workshop 2.0 manual to my Webspace:

http://home.exetel.com.au/wintermute.../sw_manual.zip

I might make a proper page of it a bit later.

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Old 1st June 2011, 04:02 PM   #14
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Hi Tony,
yes I placed on esnips Jay's tutorial, otherwise my HP would run out of space. I wasn't knowing of the new requirement for downloading from esnipes.
May I place the link on my HP to your webspace for downloading the file?

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Dayton Woofer Tester
If you are going to get a woofer tester i'd recommend the original.

woofertester.com

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Of course Claudio! no problem at all I should also have suggested that people have a browse around you site too! I would have posted a link to the downloads page rather than the file direct but couldn't see the url (assume you are using frames or php or something) http://www.claudionegro.com

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Old 7th June 2011, 07:14 AM   #17
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What is the actual cost of the above mentioned set up guys ?

If I already have a Mac computer that is ?

are softwares hard to use once installed ?

Can you get a free copy to try this ?

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