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Old 16th May 2017, 05:12 PM   #1
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Thank you to Kimmo Saunisto for this wonderfull software, very very gratefull.
it is very complete and powerfull, but you need to know well loudspeaker design.
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Old 20th May 2017, 07:38 PM   #2
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Yeah it is especially powerful software in aspect of DSP crossover designs due to latest upgrades - Kimmo did great effort with this. You can simulate every digital filter and drivers arrangments you can imagine and drivers database is also impressive. Highly recommended!
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Old 4th June 2017, 12:03 PM   #3
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Thanks guys! Hopefully I can keep this software alive and add some new features in the future, though new ideas and motivation are slowly decreasing. Maybe because it's already so perfect
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Old 4th June 2017, 12:08 PM   #4
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My thanks as well, the software is truly excellent. If I may suggest a feature, ability to add the simulated enclosure and baffle step effects to the overall frequency response graph would be very nice.
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Old 4th June 2017, 12:27 PM   #5
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Thanks guys! Hopefully I can keep this software alive and add some new features in the future, though new ideas and motivation are slowly decreasing. Maybe because it's already so perfect
-Kimmo
oh noooooo, ideas and motivation don't must be slowly and decreasing
your ideas and your software are huyge for me!
and yes, propably this maybe because the software is perfect, but perfectible!!!
so, go on guy in the road to perfection!
your software is realy full and has more option than other.
maybe an easier filter component placing with a pspice infinite elements matrix should be fine.
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If I may suggest a feature, ability to add the simulated enclosure and baffle step effects to the overall frequency response graph would be very nice.
Simulate box & driver with Enclosure tool, export Total SPL, start Diffraction tool, design box and locate driver, select previously exported Total SPL to Half space response text box, check Full space, export and feed polar responses to main program with Directivity and Feed speaker checked. Abracadabra!

It's not direct but doable.
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Old 4th June 2017, 12:51 PM   #7
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I just wanted to say thanks
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Old 4th June 2017, 01:14 PM   #8
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Simulate box & driver with Enclosure tool, export Total SPL, start Diffraction tool, design box and locate driver, select previously exported Total SPL to Half space response text box, check Full space, export and feed polar responses to main program with Directivity and Feed speaker checked. Abracadabra!

It's not direct but doable.
Got it, thanks
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Old 4th June 2017, 03:04 PM   #9
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maybe an easier filter component placing with a pspice infinite elements matrix should be fine.
Ladder with drag&drop, predefined blocks, fixed positions and automatic wiring is very fast to create and modify, but has some obvious restrictions. Personally I don't need more complex blocks and freedom to create transfer functions needed for a good speaker. More than four drivers would be useful to make line arrays without indirect tricks. Programming challenge would be the strongest (maybe only) motivation for changing schematic to infinite matrix as long as program is freeware.

Free form schema has no topology restrictions, but changes are usually painfully slow and difficult to make. Fortunately other programs are available if lack of free form schema is an issue.
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Old 4th June 2017, 03:21 PM   #10
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+1 thank you

I'm about t start a 'proper' crossover design for the fist time, and vituixcad looks to be insanely powerful and useful... Not that know how to really use it yet!
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