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Old 21st February 2010, 07:42 AM   #981
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Has anyone requested the ability to enter mms, or reverse calculate mmd from mms? That particular spec is rarely published. And although I don't have a big problem with it it would be nice to be able to enter Cms in m/newton as it would be easier to read.
Hi Dan,

Thanks for your thoughts.

If Mmd is unknown, simply double-click on the Mmd input box in edit mode and follow the prompts to enter Sd, Cms and fs values. Mms data figures given by speaker manufacturers are sometimes inaccurate, and do not apply to compression drivers in any event.

Sorry, but Cms is going to stay as m/newton, and continue to be expressed using engineering notation :-). This is the generally-accepted metric standard unit for mechanical compliance, and is the one quoted on most specification sheets. You are just going to have to learn to live with exponents :-).

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Old 21st February 2010, 07:51 AM   #982
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What Hornresp does is add all the piston diameter from all the drivers into one.
Hi Mark,

Just to clarify - it is the piston areas of all the drivers that are added, not the piston diameters :-).

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Old 21st February 2010, 05:06 PM   #983
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I know that it can be done in AkaBak for sure. That is one evil powerful program.
Good to know, thanks! Indeed, with what has unfortunately become a very short attention span, trying to learn it has become a very frustrating chore that I currently don't have the luxury of time for.

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Old 22nd February 2010, 05:37 AM   #984
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Default Hornresp Version 26.20

Hi Everyone,

Hornresp Version 26.20 has just been released. Changes are:

1. When the Esc key is pressed from the Input Parameters window, the user is given the opportunity to save any record changes before exiting edit mode.

2. When a Loudspeaker Wizard parameter value is decreased by clicking the left arrow on the slider scroll bar, results are immediately updated as the value reduces from 0.10 to 0.00. The arrow no longer has to be clicked a second time for this to happen.

3. Up to four sets of Loudspeaker Wizard slider control settings can be temporarily stored and recalled. (Note that it is not necessary to display and click the memory buttons - the designated function keys can be used instead).

My thanks to brsanko, Oliver (tb46) and FlipC for highlighting the issues leading to the above changes.

A number of other code refinements have also been made to hopefully ensure that the slider controls operate correctly under all conditions.

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Old 22nd February 2010, 05:44 AM   #985
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And although I don't have a big problem with it it would be nice to be able to enter Cms in m/newton as it would be easier to read
To enter for instance 50m/N, you can press '50E-6', which Hornresp reads without problem.

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Cant tell you how much paper the "memory" function will save me.
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Old 22nd February 2010, 09:12 PM   #989
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This may or may not have been asked before but... will there ever be a driver database facility in HR? So instead of having to find various bits of paper with TS params I can just select a driver from a list.
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Old 22nd February 2010, 10:19 PM   #990
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In the Horn Loudspeaker Wizard, the arrow keys won't operate the drop down menus as in the previous version. Bug?
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