Originally Posted by GPM
OK, so you're saying you answered your own Qs?
Not necessarily. I only verified that the enclosure I was trying to model is highly likely a type of tapped transmission line. Although it looked similar to a horn all designs I could find for a horn were for single or at most two drivers in an enclosure. The paths of most horn designs were also much longer than what I was trying to mimic.
Also, this is for an enclosure in a vehicle environment and this thread was mostly geared toward HT. Despite that I noticed that alot of horns were designed anechoic?
For reference I was trying to model this enclosure (my previous enclosure)
to accomodate six 12 inch subwoofers. The previous enclosure was designed for six 8 inch subwoofers and the designer is now on hiatus for personal reasons.
The enclosure I had used a parallel plane for woofer mounting as opposed to an angled plane most horns use to start the throat I believe. Also, most path lengths I have seen for horns are much longer compared to my previous enclosure.
If anyone feels they may have some insight on how I can model this type of enclosure for six 12 inch subwoofers as opposed to six 8 inch subwoofers that would be truly appreciated.
I can model most any enclosure in sketchup and I can build them as well with no problems. I just can't figure out hornresp enough at this point to know if a tapped horn is what my previous enclosure was (I doubt it) or how to model a transmission line.