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Old 19th January 2013, 07:05 PM   #31
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What about it? I don't understand why you have provided a link to a German forum and told us to look at it?

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Old 19th January 2013, 07:14 PM   #32
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No worries Greg. Sorry I haven't been in touch myself for a couple of weeks.

Weird you've had no thread updates. Might be a server glitch somewhere.
No problemo, life is pretty hectic for most folks these days. Mine is worse than ever! At least when I had a career I could afford to pay others to do what all is eating up my quality retirement time/$$$.

Just got one from this thread. Based on what I've learned yesterday, it was a yahoo mail 'thing' and possibly hacked account, so had to re-do it a bit by deleting some website's ability to email me along with a new PW.

I'm pretty sure yahoo and/or 'customer no service' AT&T in general has been responsible for my long time spotty thread emails from some forums, but not others, so the problem may not go away completely.

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Old 19th January 2013, 07:23 PM   #33
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Now that's a good idea. Perhaps we can come up with something. There's got to be some kind of easy way of doing it & it would certainly save a whole lot of time. Talk about it in my next email?
I had accumulated several drawing programs plus the one MJK uses in MathCad and each one proved to be too time consuming to learn for how little I would use it, so mentioned it to Dave many moons ago, but I gathered he stayed busier than a one arm paper hanger, so didn't pursue it.

By now, seems like he would have done all, or near all, the variations, so it would be just a matter of copy/pasting them into one doc and changing all the dims to letters; ditto a 'notes' sheet. Or am I being too ignorant/naive?

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Old 19th January 2013, 08:35 PM   #34
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Sounds favourite to me at least. Yeah, I know what you mean. I've got half a dozen CAD programmes here, & never had time to learn how to use them. You'd think there would be a market for something simpler for when you don't need to come up with a scale schematic for a 426 Max Wedge or similar, or spend a week ploughing through a 600 page manual, but I guess that'd be too obvious / simple to occur to the big software players.

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Old 20th January 2013, 09:13 AM   #35
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Hi all!
Hi, xrk971! Hi, Scottmoose! etc,...
I very Heppy- The End with "Heppy End"!!, see TQWT-cabinet for speaker Visaton BG-20!!!!
Cheers!
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I'll believe it is the 'end' when I see it built
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Old 20th January 2013, 12:29 PM   #37
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Likewise.

I almost don't like to tell him that, going by the driver specs. on the Visaton site at any rate, this is a lame box design. I stuck it through Martin's worksheets to confirm; LF output is heavily damped; not necessarily a bad thing, but one wonders exactly why they used an ML conical horn in this case when a simple untapered stuffed TL like the one I did above (I forgot about that one too) would give almost exactly the same results with a much simpler box. Oh well.

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Scottmoose,
Yes, it is remarkable how well a straight (or folded) but stuffed mass loaded TL box can work. They tend to sound very balanced and are as easy as a BR to build. You actually took the time to sim that ML horn in MJK? If you are free I have some designs that could use the old MJk turn the crank...
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Likewise.

I almost don't like to tell him that, going by the driver specs. on the Visaton site at any rate, this is a lame box design. I stuck it through Martin's worksheets to confirm; LF output is heavily damped; not necessarily a bad thing, but one wonders exactly why they used an ML conical horn in this case when a simple untapered stuffed TL like the one I did above (I forgot about that one too) would give almost exactly the same results with a much simpler box. Oh well.
Hi Scottmoose!
I agree with you ... give this show a simple box with BG-20 Visaton.
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Old 21st January 2013, 09:01 AM   #40
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I have given you two different box designs with all of the dimensions necessary to build them.

GM has given you a box design with all of the dimensions necessary to build it.
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