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Old 25th January 2003, 01:40 AM   #51
km is offline km
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hi.

i would hate to see your face when/if you make actual measurements of the design.

we designed several such systems in bass-box and winisd , when we measured the simulated systems they were far from the simulated response (sensitivity was way lower and f3 wasnt even close either)

in my mind these programs cant calculate bandpass subs (4th order or 6th order)

anybody else had similar experience?

rgds k madsen - www.cadaudio.dk
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