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  • #46
    Sorry, Response Modeler.
    Wolf
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    • #47
      Jeff Bagby's Response Modeler (Excel based) is available at http://audio.claub.net/software/jbabgy/jbagby.html and VituixCAD can also do it.

      There are two threads on Diyaudio.com that might be useful. Introduction to designing crossovers without measurement which is a sticky there. And So you want to design your own speaker from scratch! (Which I just saw is also now a sticky)

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      • #48
        Originally posted by tktran View Post
        Apparently a 3.3” midrange is coming from Scan-Speak.

        D8404/552000

        was at Troel’s website before shortly taken down?

        You know you’re an influencer when you get early access/samples and everyone gets excited.

        bye bye wallet.
        I have been looking at some designs on his site the last few days.

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        • #49
          Originally posted by Wolf View Post
          Sorry, Response Modeler.
          Wolf
          OK I'm familiar and have worked with PCD ;-)

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          • #50
            Paul Carmody has an excellent write up on how to do simulated measurements: https://sites.google.com/site/undefi...d-measurements
            "Everything is nothing without a high sound quality." (Sure Electronics)

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            • #51
              Any love for the pro-audio mids? For some reason I'm more drawn to those. Not that I've built anything recently, my only project is a back-burner project, but pro-audio mids just seem more robust and with good measurements. I am particularly drawn to mids from 18 Sound, B&C, and Beyma.

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              • #52
                guitar maestro ,of all those 8's / 10's you were testing ,which one would you recommend and why ?
                donc

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                • #53
                  I only tested harmonic distortion, which I know is not the be-all-end-all. The Beyma 10MC700Nd came out as my favorite (note I didn't say "best") IMO, based on my testing & needs and it had the price tag to match. There is a ferrite version that appears to have similar performance for a whole lot less (10MCB700), and I was informed that the B&C 10NW76 has even less distortion than the Beyma, but I don't have that one. But yea, it depends on what you want it to do. Want top-end extension? Then the 18 Sound 10NDA610 is the one you want. Etc, etc, etc. My needs will not necessarily match everyone else's.

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                  • donradick
                    donradick commented
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                    Dude, you know your way around measurements and specs. IIRC, the most incredible finding was that a 40 year old JBL was equal to the best 10 inch driver built today.
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