I have been getting some questions about the AE drivers, and why there is no dimensional info on them.
It's because the info is a pain to get too, as it is not listed with the driver parameters themselves. I went back and added in the easy to find models info. I'll post a picture here, and add a zip file. You can either copy paste from the zip, or manually input them from the pic.
If anyone has the remaining missing parameters please feel free to post them here.
Soho54 want to thank you for understanding, not everyone has a post graduate degree.
Definitely appreciate finding your program and tutorials, once I get over this hump I'll check
out some more of your tutorials. Thanks again.
really i want learn backloaded horn enclosure design with eazy horn software..
You probably don't. Rear loaded horns suffer from an inescapable response dip in the midbass region, where the front and rear waves meet 180 degrees out of phase. That's why rear loaders are so rare, mainly being used with high sensitivity low Qes short xmax drivers, like Fostex, by SET amp owners willing to sacrifice flat response for that sensitivity.
I have become obsessed with the full range speakers 10cm or small enclosure. I constantly work with them
this is my test station
audio control eqx concert edition
12v 30a psu.....
player is pc with creative audgy2 limited edition 32bit sound card...
Hertz hv130 (with revers horn ) and hertz ht 28 tweeter.....
full range speaker in the red enclosure with hasehiro base backloaded horn but re-calculate for my driver....
and hivi b4n on the floor
and on the table focal 5vs kit.. ( i dont like it.. because very shiny and talk.... )
I have become obsessed with the full range speakers 10cm. I constantly work with them
To each their own. Full rangers have the benefit of not using a crossover, but at the cost of high frequency extension and dispersion, and the midbass response dip when used in a rear loaded horn. Rule #1 of speaker design is that there's no such thing as a free lunch, and full rangers are no exception.