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Old 3rd June 2018, 09:49 AM   #11
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David - how does one select that option to show the axial frequency response?
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David - how does one select that option to show the axial frequency response?
Hi freddi,

Calculate the standard power response then select Tools > Directivity > Response, and specify the desired off-axis angle. The default value is zero, which gives the on-axis pressure response. There are five directivity tools that you can play with - have fun :-).

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thanks - does that also work for vented cabinets? Regarding front loaded horns, must there be just one segment in the model for the directivity function to work?
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The directivity tools work for the individual outputs of a vented cabinet (i.e. the direct radiator output and the port output) but not for the combined output. A front loaded horn must have only one segment for the directivity tools to work.
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thanks David for the reply and your time - that's great
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