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post #31 of 33
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Use the winISD beta that can be found on their Facebook page.
Beta is too rudimentary, it only considers Fs, Vas and Qts. It's OK for a quick estimate of box size, but that's all. For accurate results use Alpha Pro.

The version linked from their Facebook page is actually the "Alpha Pro" version, which is the latest one. Here is the link:

http://www.linearteam.org/download/winisd-07x.exe

The version number is 0.7.0.900 (latest one as of today, Sept. 28, 2013). So far, it's unchanged since Nov. 24, 2011.
post #32 of 33
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Originally Posted by andyc56 View Post

The version linked from their Facebook page is actually the "Alpha Pro" version, which is the latest one. Here is the link:

http://www.linearteam.org/download/winisd-07x.exe

The version number is 0.7.0.900 (latest one as of today, Sept. 28, 2013). So far, it's unchanged since Nov. 24, 2011.
Yeah what he said!! Oopsie. smile.gif
post #33 of 33
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Originally Posted by Martycool007 View Post

I will try and down load winISD alpha pro sometime this afternoon.

As far as the crossing over, I would like to get some advice on that issue. I want to have some nice mid-bass that is strong, and accurate. Something that when fully integrated actively, would combine with my Sierra-1's to make a nice 3-way that will have exceptionally good SQ from 60hz on up to 20khz. I am hoping that by adding a new mid-bass driver, such as the 2226, I can make these bookshelf Sierra-1's sound as good as the Sierra Towers.

I am open to any suggestions for a 12" driver! But would using a JBL 2225 not be better than any 12", outside of the AE TD12?

I can get the 2225's for $130 to $140 each, and am assuming that no 12" in that price range can touch the 2225. Is that not the case?

Also, what are the pro's & con's of a 12" versus a 15"?

No, thats a good deal on those drivers. Bigger subs means the box will be wider and presumably larger volume but not necessarily....

I was just commenting that the 15 will never see more than 30Watts if paired with a speaker of 87db sensitivity. In that application distortion is non-existent.
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