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Old 22nd September 2012, 12:43 AM   #1
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Default speaker box volume calculator rec.?

Is there a simple and free box volume calculator for a closed box single driver design that anyone can recommend? I found one the other day but somehow lost it before I wrote down what it was (unrelated system crash). I had tried several which didn't work before this one. Thanks much in advance.
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Old 22nd September 2012, 03:53 AM   #2
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WinIsd is one of the best ones that is used alot.

LinearTeam

It will do closed or ported designs.

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If you have microsoft excell, then I'd highly recommend unibox. UniBox - Unified Box Model for Loudspeaker Design - Kristian Ougaard

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Old 22nd September 2012, 04:54 PM   #4
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Gerald, the LinearTeam Winisd program works perfect. I love that you can change the box volume (Q) and instantly see the effect on the frequency response.

I'm designing a "soundbar" for under my 42 inch HD TV, that will have 2- 6 inch nomex cone Peerless woofers aimed out the sides (closed box actively EQ to be flat to 30HZ, and five 3 inch Peerless drivers across the front doing the Polk acoustic hologram thing with a stereo feed. I may add a few 3/4 inch dome tweeters too, for a better off axis response above 6kHZ. If it works out, I'll post details eventually. Thanks Very Much.
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Cool !!!

Keep us posted on your results.

Here are a few more programs that may be of use too you as well,

Home of the Edge

Tolvan Data

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R&D-Team - Products

AxiDriver



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