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Old 10th February 2012, 01:58 PM   #2581
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Thank you for your quick reply to my question about where I can get Hornresp.
Tried to download it, but got a warning on my screen that "it could harm my computer". What did I do wrong?
You have not done anything wrong. You can download and install Hornresp with confidence!
You can always check the files with your virus scanner before installing.
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Old 10th February 2012, 02:11 PM   #2582
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Hi David,

Just saw Post #2578, and tried your new isobaric feature. It seems to work quite well, and is so easy to use. This will come in handy.

Maybe one more suggestion: how about adding a button for the number of isobaric pairs? Would that be easily possible?

Thank you so much for your continuous effort.

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Old 11th February 2012, 06:22 AM   #2583
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Hi Oliver,

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Just saw Post #2578, and tried your new isobaric feature. It seems to work quite well, and is so easy to use. This will come in handy.
Please remember, for the reasons given in Post #2540, that the Hornresp isobaric model ignores the effect of the air volume between driver diaphragms. As can be seen from the attachment to Post #2540 however, this simplification to the model makes very little difference to the overall results at bass frequencies, where the dimensions of the enclosed air volume are small compared to the wavelength.

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Maybe one more suggestion: how about adding a button for the number of isobaric pairs? Would that be easily possible?
The current functionality allows for up to nine drivers to be connected in series or parallel in an isobaric configuration. If this can be reduced to just two drivers, then perhaps it may be possible - I would need to investigate further.

Could you please confirm that multiple isobaric pairs are all that would ever be required, and that "isobaric triplets", for example, would never be needed.

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Old 11th February 2012, 01:09 PM   #2584
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@ David McBean

Hi & thanks for continually improving HR

I'ld like to suggest a couple of things that, i for one would LOVE to see included.

First of all, being able to see labels for, at least S1 - S5 that followed Instantly with the ongoing design changes, would make it Immediately apparent which sliders were about to correspond with which dimension, & then did in real time.

Also it would be useful to be able to view the Baseline Schematic for comparison. It's great that we can view the Baseline graphs for various parameters, but not unfortunately the Schematic. This could be a toggle on/off as present, & in a different colour to differentiate.

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Old 11th February 2012, 04:54 PM   #2585
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Hi David,

Post #2583: "...Could you please confirm that multiple isobaric pairs are all that would ever be required, and that "isobaric triplets", for example, would never be needed."

I cannot. While I might consider using two (cheap) drivers in an isobaric pair, I dont' think I am interested in using three (now not so cheap) or more drivers like that; but, as a general question, I cannot forsee what might come up.

As it is now, Hornresp allows for a quick look at an isobaric pair (in series and parallel connection) in any of the enclosure types. Add to that the ability to stack up any number of drivers - that's just great.

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Old 12th February 2012, 04:38 AM   #2586
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I'ld like to suggest a couple of things that, i for one would LOVE to see included.
Hi Zero D,

While I understand the reasons for your suggestions, they would require a lot of work to implement - more than I can justify for the benefit to be gained.

Sorry, its not going to happen :-).

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Old 12th February 2012, 05:01 AM   #2587
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As it is now, Hornresp allows for a quick look at an isobaric pair (in series and parallel connection) in any of the enclosure types. Add to that the ability to stack up any number of drivers - that's just great.
Hi Oliver,

I have come up with a way of permitting up to nine drivers to be specified in a series or parallel isobaric module (even though it is highly unlikely that more than two would ever be needed), while also allowing for multiple isobaric modules to be specified, as you have requested.

The new input parameters window will appear as shown below. The lower case 'p' in '9P 9S 9p' is intentional - it enables Hornresp to identify the configuration of the isobaric module (in this case, 9 drivers connected in parallel).

Because of the amount of work involved, it will take me some time to implement the necessary changes.

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Old 12th February 2012, 10:44 AM   #2588
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@ David McBean

That's a pity At least having the Baseline Schematic for comparison would be VERY useful Indeed.

I understand you're busy though, so if you aren't able to do it, or them now, hopefully you will consider doing so at some point, if it's possible that is

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Old 12th February 2012, 08:58 PM   #2589
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Hi David,

Thank you for keeping on beating on this one. I don't quite get the designation yet, but I'm sure I'll figure it out.

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Old 14th February 2012, 06:05 AM   #2590
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Is it possible that Hornresp could show electrical phase?
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