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Old 16th December 2010, 07:09 AM   #1511
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Could we at least get the auto/manual toggle buttons on the first page so we don't have to switch pages back and forth every time the wizard is to be used?
Hi David_Web,

I would prefer not to have the S2 and S4 sliders of a four-segment tapped horn on the first page of the Loudspeaker Wizard, and I don't want to separate the toggle buttons away from the sliders.

When I get a chance I will see what can be done to address your concerns though - possibly by saving the auto / manual settings as part of the permanent record (provided that this does not lead to other problems). This is what you were requesting earlier, I believe.

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Old 16th December 2010, 07:29 AM   #1512
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Hi Thawach,

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i want to know it can work fine.
That is really something for you to decide, although +/- 3dB should be okay, I expect.

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i see the the F horn on this pic. i'll try to sim and use the OD option. is it all right.
Assuming that I have interpreted the drawing correctly, I think I would probably simulate the design as a horn with a vented rear chamber, rather than as an offset driver horn.

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Old 16th December 2010, 08:58 AM   #1513
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thanks a lot david for this answer. at first i worry about transient respond. my model i want the short horn because this it's difficult to get flat respond freq. david i design again. it has problem a little. ok 1 watt is near to flat. but when i sim the high spl. it make me surprise that when i sim over than 70 watts. i see the voice coil is xceed. the woffer only has the x max 3 mm. but when i see the spec from manufacture. they has the handing power 200-300 watts. i'm surprise really. but does not matter. i 'll use this model. david most of people in thailand can't use this program. they know this is the best software. they would like to use for Pa. sorry they didn't know how to? yesterday i told on thai website. david reply to me is the best. ok david i'll use this software to sim the model and helps people who still have difficult life in thailand to make money for their life.

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Old 16th December 2010, 05:36 PM   #1514
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David, is there any chance you possibly expand capabilities of Hornresp to make it a simulation tool for "Deep Frame Dipole" speakers ?

my new "baby" :

AMT sub - using dynamic woofer


What would be needed is a possibility to simulate a *distributed speakers arrangement* in pipes - and possibly add dipole behavior as you already do with compound horns.

Pipes of course should be free in shape (within the limits you already provide for horns, but at least conical and cylindrical) and multiple placement of chassis should be possible everywhere along the pipe depth.
The mores speakers you can allow to be placed in the DFD pipe the better (two will do fine for a starter)...



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Old 18th December 2010, 06:33 AM   #1515
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most of people in thailand can't use this program.
Hi Thawach,

The P.Audio System Company in Thailand has been known to use Hornresp :-).

Good luck with your design.

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Old 18th December 2010, 06:52 AM   #1516
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David, is there any chance you possibly expand capabilities of Hornresp to make it a simulation tool for "Deep Frame Dipole" speakers ?
Hi Michael,

It's highly unlikely. Maybe AkAbak could be used instead?

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Old 18th December 2010, 07:04 AM   #1517
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I vote for manual over automatic as a default.
Hi Oliver,

You can rest easy - the default will remain as "manual", no matter what else might change :-).

Otherwise, the original manual values of S2 and S3 / S4 on main input screen would be not be copied into the Wizard.

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Old 18th December 2010, 02:27 PM   #1518
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Default Manual v. Automatic

Hi David,

That is exactly what was happening to me before, I would make changes in the input window, e.g.: to S1 or S5, and when I entered the Wizard there would an automatic adjustment to S2 or S4. I like it better this way.

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Old 18th December 2010, 03:54 PM   #1519
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Hi Michael,

It's highly unlikely. Maybe AkAbak could be used instead?

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Old 18th December 2010, 04:01 PM   #1520
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I vote for the way it tis.

Kinda like it. It has become intuitive.

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