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FSHZ:42 26th March 2008 05:27 AM

What's the best bandpass design calculator
Looking for the best and most accurate bandpass design calculator! Anyone know of one?


CarlosT 26th March 2008 12:46 PM

Here's some free stuff...

FSHZ:42 26th March 2008 04:44 PM

Thanks CarlosT, I'm just wondering how accurate that program might be!

CarlosT 26th March 2008 05:20 PM

It's pretty can't ave the files but I think it works OK. You'd have to compare it to some other program like WinISD or something...

GM 28th March 2008 04:49 AM

LspCad is quite accurate, but not particularly cheap.


FSHZ:42 28th March 2008 05:56 AM

What about the Harris Tech BassBox 6 Pro? Would this be compatable to the LspCad?

palesha 31st March 2008 06:59 PM

I think the easiest is winspeakerz.
But u hv to pay 4 it.

GM 1st April 2008 02:49 AM

My knowledge of BB6 pro is limited to dimly recalling some folks posting on the old Basslist of not being very pleased with it overall, but that was a lifetime ago in software years, so can't comment beyond being very pleased with Lspcad's accuracy.


palesha 1st April 2008 03:18 AM

I hv bassbox pro, winspeakerz, subwoofer design toolbox & ajbandpss.
There is very little difference in designing.
But i found winspeakerz to work easily. U can interact with it very easily. I am using others to just crosscheck.

FSHZ:42 1st April 2008 03:40 AM

Thanks guys for the info. I am trying to design a bandpass enclosure, for a 10" woofer, that would be suitable for hi-fi audio. I saw a fourth order band pass calculator on this site:
Was wondering how it would compare to the other programs you guys had recommended?

Once again, Thanks for the Help!

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