I have tried almost all possible combinations due to certain limitations in the present install: TA: 0-336cm - not too much for a sub in a trunk (sound is comming through two old holes in the backshelf).Put your sub on like a 6th order slope and the mid on a 4th order and measure again. See if there's a difference between 50-500 hz.
TDA is exceptional tool and it worth buying. Besides it is all the time Boeing upgraded and you might be able to use the same license for different program modifications.Yeah mine did too. I was pretty bummed. I even tried uninstalling, re-downloading, and reinstalling but it still recognizes my computer and says demo expired.
TDA is exceptional tool and it worth buying. Besides it is all the time Boeing upgraded and you might be able to use the same license for different program modifications.
Yeah, savings will be forgotten soon, but this program will serve you a long time ahead.Worth buying for how much? Saw the pricing in pounds and got frightened and left. Hehe. Is there a Diyma student diy'er discount?
Great curve! What is the scale range on the X-axis?
I suspect APL would be the right tool there no? Since you'll need many many many points. Or what else did you have in mind?My next little project with the TDA will be determination of the car transfer function, for which I intend to use AFR function. Interesting to exchange some experience with those who tried it before. APL Worshop could be the alternative solution for this, maybe little bit more complicated, but also more precise.
What do you think guys?
Probably the default 30ms.Great curve! What is the scale range on the X-axis?
I was not able to get so clean response with my passive front and the subwoofer playing from the trunk through two 17cm holes in the back shelf (sedan). It means that the whole trunk plays as a ported enclosure with uncontrolled ports, similar to unpredicted bandpass.