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I gave up with WinISD and went Bass Box Pro. It doesn't have hiissy fits about T/S it THINKS are wrong and produces the results expected
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Well, realistically you are going to have to do what the rest of have done. 

Go through the help file included in the program and then work through (from the begining of the thread) some of the examples given by various DIYers. I would even suggest taking notes that you can refer to. This is a powerful program that will save you from many false starts. It is worth the time & effort.

For TL designs, there is other software that may be more appropriate. Again, use the search fucntion and work through some of the threads. There is no magic 100-word summary.

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And if you take the time to realise why it thinks some of your TS are wrong, you will realise what the most important TS figures are and why the rest of them are secondary and derived from the primary set. Which in turn helps you get a feel for a driver by looking at its data.
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hi everyone this is the link to the parameters in hornresp. I am trying to build a super scoop for 18sounds 21lw1400. My question how do I incorparate the specs to the box design. Sorry i forgot i am also new to hornresp. http://img_0216%281%29.jpg - IMG_0216(1).jpg
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ANG 2.0xPi                   SD 1662
Eg 2.83                      Cms 9.77e-05
                             Mmd 291.74
Cir 1.00                     Re 5.00
S1 1013.69                   BL 34.81
S2 81743.75                  Rms 6.24
HYP 587.68                   Le 2.85
F12 24.02                    Nd 1
T 0.36
AT 1.62


VRC 107.14           VTC 10944.93
LRC 51.47            ATC 1662
I had to type the specs in because the link didn't come up.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote mobiele eenheid Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 August 2019 at 8:29pm
You have created a front loaded horn of roughly 10.000 liter internal volume, externally that will be at least 12.000 liter. As opposed to a regular super scooper that´s just shy of 600 liter external. Besides that, the scoop is a rear loaded horn, so it doesn´t have a Vrc and Lrc, just Vtc and Atc.

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Ok so what am I doing wrong, I select rear loaded horn design. Then I put the T/S info in then I hit design to speaker specs
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Quote I select rear loaded horn design. Then I put the T/S info in then I hit design to speaker specs
And Hornresp calculated the optimal horn for you, without considering size restrictions.

If you play around with the inputs you can take size and a lot of other factors in consideration, that HR simply won't. S1 is ball park OK, could be a bit smaller. S2 around 4000 cm^2 is a good start. L12 about 200 cm. Instead of a hyperbolic, you could look at parallel (PAR), although you can approximate a hyperbolic flare when you build the actual scoop.

If you simulate a rear loaded horn you leave Vrc and/or Lrc at 0,00.

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