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Old 10th March 2010, 12:12 PM   #1
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Default New webbased box calculator

Hey,

I thought the web needed a new webcalculator .
So I have started a project her : pro.SpeakerBuilder.dk

Its not finished yet, but i would really like some feedback so far.
I have tested it in Internet Explorer and Google Chrome.

I also made the Duelund calculator for getting target curves on the Synkron filter :
http://pro.speakerbuilder.dk/synkron/ but that's another project.

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Very cool!
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Its not finished yet, but i would really like some feedback so far.
I have tested it in Internet Explorer and Google Chrome.
Greets!

Seems to work fine in Mozilla Firefox 3.6. WRT the program itself, it's of severely limited use to my way of thinking without the effects of the driver's inductance and for those folks with a high output impedance system, an impedance plot also. Either a calculated or at least -3 dB line on the response plot would be nice too.

Will just anyone be able to upload driver specs similar as can be done with WinISD?

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OK, how does it work? I can't make it do anything.

Help takes me to a forum (in Danish?) and preferences is an empty page.

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I had no issues with Safari 4. Thank you very much!

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OK, my bad. IS 10T Error. The execution buttons could be a bit less like a text entry box,

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Good point, I'm so used to clicking on stuff to see where it takes me that I didn't give it a thought.

Speaking of which, when a link in buried in a post's text, the color contrast isn't enough for be to readily spot them, so is there perchance a forum 'fix' for me that I'm missing?

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Hey,

Thank you for the response. I will change the bottons. Youre right they should pop more out (!?! bad english)

About thiele/small... im still thinking. there will be a login so that you can save your calculations, link to them and so. And of course create your own drivers (eg self meassured).

The time difference to the us does that i will properbly see this thread again in 10 hours... im going to sleep

Again thanks for the input.
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Speaking of which, when a link in buried in a post's text, the color contrast isn't enough for be to readily spot them, so is there perchance a forum 'fix' for me that I'm missing?
I had the same issue... i set my browser to always underline links.

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Thank you for the response. I will change the bottons. Youre right they should pop more out (!?! bad english)
You're welcome!

Close: 'pop out more'.

Anyway, sounds like an ambitious project, looking forward to what you wind up with.

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