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    So, I was really bummed that I was unable to use MAC for designing speakers. I had an epiphany, so I spent the last two hours in storage and came up with my 1999 model Dell Laptop that had not been turned on in about 10 years and it fired right up.

    Are the Mathcad sheets still the golden-rule for ML-TQWP's?

    Kind of like me, old, slow, but still works (kind of).

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    Re: 2002 Martin J King Mathcad Sheets.....

    Martin's sheets still seem to be the standard. Still $25 AFAIK.
    I was so much older then, I'm younger than that now.
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      Re: 2002 Martin J King Mathcad Sheets.....

      Are you able to dual boot or run something like VirtualPC on your Mac?
      Don't listen to me - I have not sold any $150,000 speakers.

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        Re: 2002 Martin J King Mathcad Sheets.....

        Virtualbox is a free virtualization program. You can run it on OSX and then install Windows XP or 7 as a virtual machine. Tho that requires that you have a copy of Windows XP or 7 or whatever, but it is definitely an option as then you can use all of the great Windows based DIY tools.

        Originally posted by johnnyrichards View Post
        Are you able to dual boot or run something like VirtualPC on your Mac?

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          Re: 2002 Martin J King Mathcad Sheets.....

          Martin has made some significant improvements and additions to his worksheets, and if $25 doesn't bust your wallet, I'd highly recommend you pay for the updates.
          Paul

          Originally posted by tc View Post
          So, I was really bummed that I was unable to use MAC for designing speakers. I had an epiphany, so I spent the last two hours in storage and came up with my 1999 model Dell Laptop that had not been turned on in about 10 years and it fired right up.

          Are the Mathcad sheets still the golden-rule for ML-TQWP's?

          Kind of like me, old, slow, but still works (kind of).

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