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Old 10th November 2019, 07:42 PM   #11
PCSoldaat is offline PCSoldaat  Netherlands
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Originally Posted by Petter Persson View Post
Double click on Le to activate lossy Le. It changes The frequency respons quite some... Estimate if it requires remodeling.

Ignore post 8, I ment shorten L12, and lengthen L23 to about 120 and 210 cm.
Thank you very much Petter. You are very helpfull.

I read about the 'lossy le' thing, but still don't really understand what it is about. I have experienced it can screw up pretty much...
I read that you should use lossy le when Le>Re. So, in my case I should not use it...?

When I try to respect the lossy le thing my enclosure has to grow a little bit. Side effect is that I reach xmax at lower power.

But OK, after a 100 parameters, I think I can handle 101 too. Will play some more and try some more speakers.
Thanks again Petter.
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