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|9th January 2003, 02:27 AM||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Location: London, Ontario
i finished 2 diy sub's this summer..
i used winisd/sub parameters as a helper in choosing the enclosures....
the thing is winisd gives somewhat an idea as to what the frequency response on the sub's may be in a given enclosure..
but it doesn't go further..
my question is are there any programs that take additional parameters relating to input to output, such crossover frequency/slope, and octave bass boosts.. and then gives a rough idea of frequency response...
|9th January 2003, 03:06 AM||#2|
Join Date: Sep 2001
I believe the winISD team is currently working on more features, perhaps a representative of the team could comment
My vacation started last month and I thought I'd finally get some spare time for developing my programs. I had planned some pretty cool stuff for my two pet projects, but I got caught up with more important things. Continuing, when modeling crossovers and speakers you need driver measurements of its SPL and impedance in its finalised enclosure -- bit of information here.
Some freeware tools:
Not freeware, but these two might interest you:
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