Re: PSD-Lite Beta 2

There is a new version posted, although I haven't had a chance to play with it yet myself. When I added the "Box Model" module I had forgotten that I had made a special "Select Drivers" module for PSD_Lite. This different version had the T-S parameter entry boxes removed because the previous Beta version didn't need that information. Big Duh!--no way to enter T-S parameters for the woofer or midrange.

So that's fixed and the data entry for the splice frequency is fixed.

I'm curious whether anyone finds the box model for the midrange useful. You can specify your midrange box and it will calculate the effect of the enclosure on the response. Usually the midrange box is big enough that the enclosure size doesn't matter, but I thought there might be some designs where the midrange box size really does matter. Plus, if I add in the Baffle module you can make the box "open", and the code will calculate the modeled dipole response. Plus, the lower midrange box size would almost certainly be important in a 4-way version of this code ;)

There is a new version posted, although I haven't had a chance to play with it yet myself. When I added the "Box Model" module I had forgotten that I had made a special "Select Drivers" module for PSD_Lite. This different version had the T-S parameter entry boxes removed because the previous Beta version didn't need that information. Big Duh!--no way to enter T-S parameters for the woofer or midrange.

So that's fixed and the data entry for the splice frequency is fixed.

I'm curious whether anyone finds the box model for the midrange useful. You can specify your midrange box and it will calculate the effect of the enclosure on the response. Usually the midrange box is big enough that the enclosure size doesn't matter, but I thought there might be some designs where the midrange box size really does matter. Plus, if I add in the Baffle module you can make the box "open", and the code will calculate the modeled dipole response. Plus, the lower midrange box size would almost certainly be important in a 4-way version of this code ;)

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