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zuki 16th March 2007 03:25 AM

is there a site to go and not download prgm ?
 
where parameters can be plugged in and a enclosure is recommended.

fs 20hz
qts 0.8520
qes 1.0464
qms4.5875
vas227L
efficiency 85db
sd 0.0676m
re 3.2
dual 4 ohm

GM 16th March 2007 06:08 AM

http://www.kbapps.com/audio/speakerd...rs/Default.htm

zuki 16th March 2007 03:59 PM


thank you.



when i click the link , the work filter says.

The page cannot be displayed

GM 16th March 2007 04:32 PM

Greets!

You're welcome!

Well, then apparently you're not supposed to use your work computer for anything but work related net access because the various links works fine for me at home.

GM

zuki 16th March 2007 04:37 PM

so i am not allowed to know what box will work for a driver

:bawling:

each time i click on a link, a page will pop up and say. copyrighted software penalties for use by companies can cost us. blah blah blah blah.

so when i try to google around the pop up, it goes to page can't be displayed

i just need enclosure size. i can handle the rest.

for example. if woofer will achieve it finest/worlds best it can do performance in a ________size box.

once i know,,,, i can build the box.

thank you

richie00boy 16th March 2007 05:00 PM

It will have to be a sealed box as Qts is quite high. I will run a few different sizes through my program at the weekend.

zuki 16th March 2007 05:02 PM

:)

GM 16th March 2007 05:13 PM

Re: is there a site to go and not download prgm ?
 
Greets!

Apparently KBapps doesn't want other companies to use their site for potential profit.

Anyway, the driver's specs limits you to OB, sealed, or TL for best performance and 'best' is a variable depending on what you're using it for, space available, etc.. For instance, a sealed cab with a Qtc = Qts requires ~1164.435 L (~41.121634 ft^3) net, so do you have this much budget, space for such a large cab?

Even if you do, it's not going to be a high SQ alignment, so a TL makes more sense to me, but then I'm not you or live where you do, etc.. Not that it will be particularly small at ~141.6" long x ~10.56" square once folded up (~258.6461 L/9.134 ft^3 net).

GM


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