VituixCad Simulations with Ideal Drivers

fluid

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2009-01-24 2:20 pm
What happens when you have an asymmetric facets?
You get asymmetric diffraction
Is it a cost cutting measure, or something else? And can it be simulated in VituixCad?
I doubt it is a cost cutting measure as the whole cabinet is angled and not cheap to make, probably to look different.

You could try to simulate a baffle with no edge radius and then another with an edge radius and a baffle just big enough for the driver as Jim did, then combine the response text files manually to the half that fits the diffraction profile.
 
Jim and others,

What happens when you have an asymmetric facets?

eg. SB Acoustics Rinjani or Ara cabinets?

Is it a cost cutting measure, or something else? And can it be simulated in VituixCad?
I don't have much to add to what Fluid said. To know if it could be simulated in VituixCad we would have to compare Vcad sims to either mock-up measured data, as i did, or to BEM simulations. However, I have my doubts.