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Old 28th July 2021, 04:21 PM   #12281
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Almost certainly they were sitting in front of the speaker. They would of course also be hearing the reflections off of the back wall a few feet behind the speakers. I assumed that the loudspeaker wizard is showing on axis. But I guess come to think of it the HR results must be essentially an anechoic response. Apparently the in room reflections are a major part of what people actually hear. Is there a user settable path length for the combined response?
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Old 28th July 2021, 06:18 PM   #12282
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Hi,

I'm new to Hornresp and was wondering if someone could help me to add a tuning port to a sealed box that I've created for a B&C 18NW100?

Kindly,

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Old Yesterday, 06:32 AM   #12284
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Is there a user settable path length for the combined response?
Not for H-frame or U-frame type loudspeakers. The acoustic path length is calculated automatically, and is the length of the shortest acoustic path between the two acoustic centres of the dipole system. The acoustic centres are assumed to be point sources.

Post #10453 linked below, and subsequent posts #10455 and #10456 provide further relevant information.

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Old Today, 03:05 PM   #12285
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Hi

im new here thanks to MMJ for giving this link.

i would like to learn simulating, create my own design using hornresp, yes done installed the software but i dont know how to start.

Im trying to input some details in hornresp but i dont know how to get the S1, S2, con, vrc, lrc, ap, lpt, vtc and atc.. my preferred box is 6order bp- parallel is there any formula to get the details..

please guide me about it.. thank you
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