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Is it possible to cover the whole spectrum, high spl, low distortion with a 2-way?
Is it possible to cover the whole spectrum, high spl, low distortion with a 2-way?
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Old Today, 12:28 AM   #5301
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Thank you so much for this! My monitor died so I can’t reply in the fashion that I’d like or run horn resp. I’m currently shopping for a new screen.

So thanks for you input, it is needed desperately lol. The people on Martin Kong’s forum can’t get over the freq curve of the woofer and how it’s like 6db higher in the midrange lol I tell them it’s not the average driver but it doesn’t sink in and they my enclosure is not right. They did help me edge along to trying new ideas which got me here so...

I think you think the 18h+ is crossing to the Axi, it’s crossing to 15m

Also, your graphs have step and impulse response? I’ve been trying to figure out the difference for a long time? Care to explain?

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Old Today, 02:16 AM   #5302
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Sorry for the typos, my phone post are the worst. Martin King is the name I meant to type.

If anyone else wants to try and design a TL for the 18 in horn resp, go for it. 30hz 115db 15xmax well damped are the minimum requirements, if you can improve on that, so be it.

If you could do an impulse/step sim for my first TL design, that’d be awesome
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Old Today, 04:02 AM   #5303
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mathematically, the step response is the integral of the impulse response.
Intuitively, though, think of a step as a driver cone going instantaneously from center to maximum excursion and staying there. But you can't hold the cone at maximum excursion unless response is flat down to DC. So in a wideband system, the step response is (or should be) a sharp initial rise followed by a slow decay, i.e. triangular, the slower the decay the lower the bass response extends.

Common wisdom is impulse response shows mainly HF response and presence of delayed reflections. (In the TL, you see the reflections from the ends of the transmission line.) Step response shows the bass response.

Using both TD15M and TD18H+? then its not a 2-way!
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Old Today, 04:32 AM   #5304
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Thank you for explaining, first time I’ve found a laymen’s definition. The 18h+ is the subwoofer so it can be argue both ways! From 30hz to 100hz is initial starting point for crossover.

A few pages back I posted a design with 3D model. Can you run this design in your programs please? This design is much more a classic TL and much more dampened...maybe the results can provide useful information about what even more damping does to the response. This design is still more efficient than a sealed box....if it leads to better sound quality then I’d resort to a design more like it.

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The names are silly btw....its all just a Horn to me......
Technically, they're all just 1/4 WL TLs, the names are just for us to have a clue what type is being referred to.

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