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Old 27th March 2005, 01:51 AM   #1
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I've got a copy of edge.exe. It asks you to input a resistance value. Should that be the Re of the driver? The nominal impedance? The impedance at the baffle step frequency? Or what?

I don't suppose there is a program out there that takes into consideration both the baffle dimensions and the distance from the back wall is there?
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there is an excel spreadsheet which makes a nice graph of varying room positions for open baffles-if thats what ur lookign for/
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