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Old 16th February 2007, 01:24 AM   #1
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Default How to model various speakers with AJ-Horn?

I'm new to AJ-Horn

how does one best model:

(1) Series bandpass & series bandpass-horn?

(2) Open baffles?

(3) Mutual load such as scoop & "tapped-style" horn where driver is located "at" both throat and mouth?

(4) Rear-load cases like BIB where driver is moved down from a tapered pipe-horn's beginning? - (a sim with At=Sd and no driver offset looked better compared to MJK's sheet result imo than trying to taper the pipe and move driver)

(I feel 'semi-comfortable' with stubby horn port reflex...)

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