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Old 24th October 2013, 02:09 PM   #461
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Yeah, something like that.

I'll try and work it out someday though. I'm not convinced that the frequency response of the damping is quite right either. But like I say, it's within normal tolerances of a design.
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Old 28th October 2013, 08:12 PM   #462
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First update of 2013!

Having thought about this for a while I have come up with a way to allow the driver to be 'dragged' along the length of the transmission line. This allows for quick modelling of off-set drivers.

I have had to remove the Tapped Horn feature to allow this, but judging from the amount of people that were asking for off-set drivers to be made easier this is a welcome exchange of features!

I have somewhat rushed this out as I am going away and as such there is currently no way of telling how much the driver is offset (other than visually). I will update this a little in the next version.

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Old 29th October 2013, 02:02 PM   #463
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update done, works like a charm
thanks a lot
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Old 29th October 2013, 02:06 PM   #464
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update done, works like a charm
thanks a lot
J.
Glad it works well for you.
I've added a box to the geometry window so you can manually edit the driver position with a text input. I have a couple of other tweaks to make before I upload this update though.
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Old 1st November 2013, 04:10 PM   #465
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Another update v3.6.3.0

Transmission Line v3.6.3.0 | Leonard Audio

- added a driver position edit box
- updated the tab order on all forms
- added filters (accessible from Window -> Filter)

I have also started work on the website so its a bit more useful. There is an installation guide and I'm intending to do a bit of an FAQ / user guide soonish.

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Old 3rd November 2013, 09:08 PM   #466
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Now you can simulate , just for example, an old fashioned BR box, those "Beranek style" with just a square hole as vent - and actually learn what a huge difference does make the driver / port position (relative to each other) on the front baffle. Optimizing for minimal stuffing is a breeze. Delightful.
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Old 3rd November 2013, 09:37 PM   #467
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Now you can simulate , just for example, an old fashioned BR box, those "Beranek style" with just a square hole as vent - and actually learn what a huge difference does make the driver / port position (relative to each other) on the front baffle. Optimizing for minimal stuffing is a breeze. Delightful.
Ah cool, I haven't really looked into moving BR ports. Will be interesting to look into it.

I must say, I'm really glad I've persisted with getting the driver to be able to move, it does make modelling stuff much easier
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Old 10th November 2013, 11:50 PM   #468
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Heyya!
This time is to report an issue. I'm running this soft on Win7; well, the new super cool feature "driver position" is working nicely, but only if you use the mouse to drag it around. If you try to set a precise position, using the driver- position- edit- tab, it moves the unit, but your model doesn't changes , not even if you hit the "update model" tab. Why so?
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Have the same issue here. Also there are times when after many changes to a model it will stop calculating the Vb.
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Old 11th November 2013, 01:41 PM   #470
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Thanks for the heads up Mosquito. I'm getting the same problem here too. I'll look into it.

Greebster, what is Vb? Box volume? Do you mean the label doesn't update, that it disappears or that you think it is wrong? Could you give me an example.
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