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DrWoofer.com 8th August 2007 11:57 PM

Tapped and Hornresp help!
 
I can't figure out where S1,S2,S3,S4 and CON1,CON2,CON3 are located in a tapped horn design.

Can you provide a tapped horn schematic with these parameters on it?

djk 9th August 2007 10:58 AM

http://img47.imageshack.us/img47/696...ppa15lfwq4.jpg

DrWoofer.com 9th August 2007 03:06 PM

I have this but doesn't look like real world tapped horns.

Any real schematic or pic saying which point is what???

djk 10th August 2007 02:45 AM

I downloaded v16.3 last night.
I opened up ‘help’.
I entered the data from the Kappa15LF example.
I ran it, and got the same data.
I started poking around and changing from 1Pi to 2Pi, changing Rg, and other parameters just to see how it behaved.

It worked just fine for me, I suggest you follow the same method.

Charlie Goetz 25th April 2008 05:41 PM

Dr. Woofer,

Did you ever get your question answered? The driver specs are easy to get, but where are the Ss and Cons derived? Is there a baseline that everyone starts with? Are these numbers lengths in mm?
I see there are plenty of screen shots with #s plugged in, but is everyone copying this info from everyone else and then modifying the numbers to get various results?
I also assume that certain info must be input for the TH wizard to become available, because I cant get the wizard to enable?

Charlie

buggsson 25th April 2008 08:31 PM

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I also assume that certain info must be input for the TH wizard to become available, because I cant get the wizard to enable?
That is correct, I have the same problem. I did manage to open up the TH-wizard once, but that was then, now I am back at square one again.

Charlie Goetz 25th April 2008 11:33 PM

I'm glad I'm not alone. I've looked the through a lot of the posts but many of the answers to questions seem to be a bit cryptic or short. Can any other newbies (or seasoned pros) who have cracked the code help us out?

I'll fall on the sword and say I don't know what I'm doing. But even the experts started from scratch. Help

David McBean 26th April 2008 07:21 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Charlie Goetz
I'm glad I'm not alone. I've looked the through a lot of the posts but many of the answers to questions seem to be a bit cryptic or short. Can any other newbies (or seasoned pros) who have cracked the code help us out?

I'll fall on the sword and say I don't know what I'm doing. But even the experts started from scratch. Help

Hi Charlie,

Reading through the Hornresp Help file is probably the best place to start - it's only 17 pages :-). All the features available in the program are covered there. If after carefully reading through the Help file there is still something that doesn't make sense, I would be happy to try to clarify it for you.

Make sure that you are using the latest release - Product Number 1910-080423 refers. Simply run the program and press the F1 function key to open the Help file.

Kind regards,

David

Charlie Goetz 26th April 2008 03:10 PM

Thank you for the kind reply David. I'll continue to do my research and let you know if I need help.

Thank you,
Charlie

Rademakers 28th April 2008 07:33 PM

http://www.diyaudio.com/wiki/index.p...=Hornresp+Help

That should do it.

Regards Johan


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