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.
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.
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: http://www.colomar.com/Shavano/4thorder_info.html
Was wondering how it would compare to the other programs you guys had recommended?
Every program hv it's plus points & negative points.
AJ bandpass is not interactive.
Bassbox pro shows different matching.
But if results from bass box pro fed to winspeakerz, then they r ok.
Winspeakerz gives u 9 different graphs. u select what u like.
Bassbox pro & winspeakerz r auto as well as interactive so that we can design the box as required by us.
Then we can crosscheck with other softwares.
In Subwoofer design tool box u need more experience to design bandpass box.
But the results r almost same within 2~3%.
I visited the website.
The software is a simple one.
S factor is with .1 diffrence. it is high.
The port frequency step is 5 mhz. It is too high.
If u want precise results than u hv to buy commercial version.
No lunch is free.
or else give me the speaker specs with DC resistance, Qts, Vas, Fo/Fs. & ur requirements, all at one time, i will give u the box designed along with graph.