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sebDIY 10th October 2012 02:16 AM

How to sim this?
 
Hi, I don't think this cabinet can be sim with hornresp (same space for horn and rear vent)

So is it possible with Akabak? Is someone has an exemple script? Thank.

http://s10.postimage.org/az17wwzfb/bnbvnj.jpg

Don Hills 10th October 2012 05:29 AM

Where are the drivers mounted? On the two angled "horn" walls? If so, it's easy to model in AkAbak. Do you have a fully dimensioned drawing and driver specs?

Edit:
I don't think it will perform particularly well, though.

sebDIY 10th October 2012 03:18 PM

Yes the drivers are in the two angled horn walls, it's an EAW like design EAW: SB1002

I don't have any specs, it's just to sim it and see how it can perform.

weltersys 10th October 2012 04:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sebDIY (Post 3196515)
Yes the drivers are in the two angled horn walls, it's an EAW like design EAW: SB1002

I don't have any specs, it's just to sim it and see how it can perform.

They perform like the SB1002 specs say, rising upper bass due to the "V" loading", LF output similar to any bass reflex of similar volume using the same cone. The "V" loading affords a smaller frontal area than a usual 2 x18" BR.

Since the port loads in to the "V", you can't get an exact match in Hornresp, but the Hornresp br/horn model is "close enough for rock and roll".

Art


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