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David McBean 21st October 2007 08:56 AM

Hornresp - New Website Address
 
Hi Everyone,

Please note that for reasons beyond my control, my website address has been changed to:

http://mywebsite.bigpond.com/dmcbean/

Also, you may be interested to know that Hornresp can now model axisymmetric Le Cléac’h flare horns - Version 17.00 refers.

The expansion profile is generated using the new improved method documented in Jean-Michel's 2007 spreadsheet. I have assumed a plane wavefront at the throat.

Press L when the horn segment 1 length parameter has the focus to select "Lec" for Le Cléac’h flare.

Kind regards,

David McBean

GM 21st October 2007 03:47 PM

Cool! Thanks for the continuing efforts!

JinMTVT 21st October 2007 06:28 PM

I also want to thank you for your software wich is a jewel to some in this community with its features and performance

( even if i do not yet understand half of it,
a beginner like me has been able to simulate alot of different systems to help take decisions ... )

very nice work :)

David McBean 22nd October 2007 06:58 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by GM
Cool! Thanks for the continuing efforts!

Quote:

Originally posted by JinMTVT
I also want to thank you for your software wich is a jewel to some in this community with its features and performance

very nice work :)

Thanks GM and JinMTVT, your comments are much appreciated.

Kind regards,

David

iUSERTLO72p 22nd October 2007 01:21 PM

Anybody
 
Hi, Anybody willing to write a basic how to on Hornresp? From what I've read about horns from The Single Driver website, I havn't understood much. Maybe this should be in the appropriate Forum, but a horn sub would be nice.:D

Cheers

iUSERTLO72p:)

GM 22nd October 2007 02:44 PM

There's a wiki, scroll down to bass horn: http://www.diyaudio.com/wiki/index.php?page=Loudspeaker

iUSERTLO72p 22nd October 2007 11:17 PM

Thankyou
 
Hope I can learn more.:D

iUSERTLO72p:)

footstony 26th October 2007 03:25 AM

Wow thanks David,

I had a quick go with the Le Cléac’h flare looks fantastic.

Thank you for your program. I don't build much but it's one of the best toys I've ever had. A previous version (12?) runs well on my old windows 95 laptop(!) I will try the new version.

Australians love speakers!

Regards Philip

David McBean 26th October 2007 04:08 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by footstony
Wow thanks David,

I had a quick go with the Le Cléac’h flare looks fantastic.

Thank you for your program. I don't build much but it's one of the best toys I've ever had. A previous version (12?) runs well on my old windows 95 laptop(!) I will try the new version.

Australians love speakers!

Regards Philip


Hi Philip,

Many thanks for your kind words. Hornresp Version 17.00 should run on your Windows 95 laptop, no problems. You are right about Aussies being keen on loudspeakers - two notable names that immediately spring to mind are A. N. Thiele and Richard H. Small :-).

Incidentally, I have corrected three minor errors I found in the initial release of Version 17. You might want to check that you are using Product Number 1700-071025 (or later).

Enjoy...

Kind regards,

David

jamikl 26th October 2007 06:17 AM

Thanks for the great programme David, and for keeping on with it. I appreciate the acvice about the newer version of 17.
jamikl


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