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Old 9th May 2014, 01:50 AM   #4461
tb46 is offline tb46  United States
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Hi chris661,

When in the Loudspeaker Wizard/chamber hit F9, seems to work just fine?

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Old 9th May 2014, 06:37 AM   #4462
David McBean is offline David McBean  Australia
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Unfortunately you cannot open the help when you are inside Loudspeaker Wizard. If you open the help before the wizard, you still cannot scroll the help file. So these questions end up here
Hi more10,

That's no excuse :-).

Simply export Hornresp Help as a text file using the File > Export menu command in Hornresp Help, and then open the exported file in Notepad, Word or similar.

If necessary, the font size can be increased in Notepad using Format > Font - see attachment.

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Old 9th May 2014, 06:40 AM   #4463
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I have found how to remove the stuffing, just type F9 and you see all the hidden stuff.
Excellent :-).
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Old 9th May 2014, 06:59 AM   #4464
David McBean is offline David McBean  Australia
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Hi Chris,

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When in the Loudspeaker Wizard/chamber hit F9, seems to work just fine?
Further to Oliver's comment above - after pressing F9, note that you can then double-click on the Fr1 Segment 1 slider caption to change it to Fr1 Segment 2, etc.

Extract from the Hornresp Help file:

"Absorbent filling material can be included in the horn segments of a Loudspeaker Wizard system by selecting the Chamber option and then pressing the F9 function key to show or hide the Fr1 and Tal1 slider controls. The airflow resistivity of the absorbent filling material is specified in mks rayls/m using the Fr1 slider control.

Different airflow resistivity values can be specified for each segment. Double-click on the Fr1 slider caption to select a segment. If the Fr1 slider value is changed while the F5 function key is pressed, all segments are set to the same resistivity value."

Seems pretty clear to me :-).

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Old 9th May 2014, 07:17 AM   #4465
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Seems pretty clear to me :-)
I wonder if it has Anything to do with the fact you code it
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Old 9th May 2014, 07:20 AM   #4466
David McBean is offline David McBean  Australia
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Default Hornresp Update 3460-140509

Hi Everyone,

CHANGE 1

The Combined Response tool has been renamed the Output tool, the total system output is now the default response, and the selected output option is retained until a different record is chosen.

CHANGE 2

The SPL Response chart has been renamed the Acoustical Power chart (which becomes the Acoustical Pressure chart when the Directivity Response tool is used).

CHANGE 3

The path length difference input form has been changed. The positions of the two outputs relative to the listener are now shown in a schematic diagram, rather than being described in text. A text description has been retained in the Help file. Attachment 1 shows the old form, attachment 2 shows the new form.

CHANGE 4

The problem reported by Oliver in Post #4409 has been fixed.

Kind regards,

David
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Old 9th May 2014, 07:24 AM   #4467
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I wonder if it has Anything to do with the fact you code it
I guess that could have something to do with it :-).
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Old 9th May 2014, 02:14 PM   #4468
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Hi David,

We just cannot thank you enough.

Your newest Combined Acoustical Power window is just great, no more pondering what's closer.

Nice.

Just to be sure, the attached screen capture (+ 100.0 cm) means that the Horn Mouth is 2 m from the Listener, and the Direct Radiator is 1 m from the Listener?

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Old 9th May 2014, 02:57 PM   #4469
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Hey all,

Trying to translate numbers in hornresp to an actual build.

The build im trying to achieve is something like these:

Click the image to open in full size.

What do i choose to get it right in the text file?

Click the image to open in full size.

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Old 10th May 2014, 07:02 AM   #4470
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Just to be sure, the attached screen capture (+ 100.0 cm) means that the Horn Mouth is 2 m from the Listener, and the Direct Radiator is 1 m from the Listener?
Hi Oliver,

Despite my best efforts, it seems that I always manage to leave things ambiguous :-).

In your screenprint, the three green dots show the positions of the two outputs relative to the listener. The red line shows the offset distance or path length difference between the two outputs. The dashed black lines show the paths from the two outputs to the listener.

The horn mouth is 1 metre from the listener and the direct radiator is 1 metre plus 100 cm, or 2 metres, from the listener.

Would either of the attached alternative representations perhaps be less confusing? (I think I prefer the second one).

Kind regards,

David
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