Actual Internal dimensions of MLTL

ttan98

Member
2006-04-04 11:24 am
Melb
After using MK's worksheet sheets to calculate(*) the dimensions of the cabinet for a spec. driver, that's fine.

The question is whether I need to make the cabinet size a little bigger or smaller if I put in damping in the cabinet. Does the s/w already take that into consideration already? I suspect the s/w already does that. Also is stuffing density=0.48 adequate or excessive?

Please confirm anyone.

Thanks.

* I include stuffing density of 0.48 into calculation.
 
ttan98 said:
After using MK's worksheet sheets to calculate(*) the dimensions of the cabinet for a spec. driver, that's fine.

The question is whether I need to make the cabinet size a little bigger or smaller if I put in damping in the cabinet. Does the s/w already take that into consideration already? I suspect the s/w already does that. Also is stuffing density=0.48 adequate or excessive?

* I include stuffing density of 0.48 into calculation.

The dimensions in the software are physical dimensions and do not need adjusting to include or exclude stuffing. I recommend making the enclosure to the dimensions modeled.

A stuffing density of 0.48 lb/ft^3 is well within the range of reasonable values for a ML TL design.

Hope that helps,