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Old 16th March 2004, 04:50 AM   #1
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Default How to use WinISD Software

I just downloaded the WinISD software to calculate plots and enclosure volumes/dimension, however I do not know how to use it. I get bits and pieces, but I am fairly new to this and could use some advice on how to read the plots and graphs. (ie. what do all these numbers mean) and what type of numbers should I be aiming for?

Just for some sort of reference point, could you use the Boston Acoustics 8.5LF 2 ohm as an example. I have this sub, but not what I plan to use for home, so I figured it might be easier to start with something I have.

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To start off, go to NEW in the menu. WinISD will take you to its extensive driver database. Pick your driver, and choose the type of enclosure (sealed, vented, and bandpass are available). Read the Help files that show you all the features and a thing or two about speaker design.

Ask some specific questions and maybe we can help.
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