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12-04-17 01:24 PM
MaxwelsLilDemon
Re: WinISD Pro Tutorial and Download (A detailed guide on how to use WinISD Pro)

I loaded the parameters perfectly with your guide (very comprehensive thanks) created a project for 2 qxw6 woofers, 125W rms each on a sealed box, everything was good until I noticed the "Signal" section was calculating for 1W and 1ohm, I changed it for 250W and 16 ohm as thats the woofers impedance and rms consumption in series. But now the excursion and port velocity are way out of hand, my woofers would obliterate themselves unless I seal them in an unrealistical 3L (0,1 cubic feet) enclosure... what can I do? Did I misinterpret the meaning of signal, should I leave it on its default value? Thanks for helping this noob
06-28-17 12:56 PM
mhtplsh
Re: WinISD Pro Tutorial and Download (A detailed guide on how to use WinISD Pro)

Congratulations for such a nice guide.
05-10-16 05:46 PM
GPM
Re: WinISD Pro Tutorial and Download (A detailed guide on how to use WinISD Pro)

1st order.

GM
05-10-16 05:08 PM
CZ Eddie
Re: WinISD Pro Tutorial and Download (A detailed guide on how to use WinISD Pro)

If I'm using a simple capacitor as a high pass filter for a small full-range 4ohm driver, what High Pass filter option do I select in WinISD?
I'm using a 940uF capacitor to act as a rumble filter so my tiny driver doesn't hit x-max.

Butterworth?
First order?
Q = 0?
10-26-15 08:04 AM
daddieo
Re: WinISD Pro Tutorial and Download (A detailed guide on how to use WinISD Pro)

Thanks Kelvartis, got it to work
10-23-15 02:21 PM
GPM
Re: WinISD Pro Tutorial and Download (A detailed guide on how to use WinISD Pro)

Hmm, the old alpha version was 'right click' on the chart, but the latest 0.7.0.900 requires clicking the 'wrench' option, then choosing 'plot window'.

GM
10-15-15 12:52 AM
Kelvartis
Re: WinISD Pro Tutorial and Download (A detailed guide on how to use WinISD Pro)

Double check over everything you can think of.

Right click and select options and ensure you're graph under spl is set to realistic size.. 70-130 hz?

panic.
10-13-15 06:13 PM
daddieo
Re: WinISD Pro Tutorial and Download (A detailed guide on how to use WinISD Pro)

I am trying to model a SI HT18 d4 and when I have the SPL graph up and start to set signal source settings like system input power the readings go off the chart. I plan on using an inuke 3000 with 2 ohm load to 2 subs. I am trying to compare various sizes and closed vs. ported but just can't get it right. I read through this post as well as the winisd help files but I'm still doing something wrong but can't figure out what it is.
Any help will be highly appreciated especially if it comes before I'm completely bald.
02-16-15 07:32 PM
goonstopher
Re: WinISD Pro Tutorial and Download (A detailed guide on how to use WinISD Pro)

No matter what I do I can't see any driver I create load and use them for projects...

In the non pro version I can but for this I can only use what they provide.

Any ideas?
07-20-13 06:39 PM
robbo266317
Re: WinISD Pro Tutorial and Download (A detailed guide on how to use WinISD Pro)

Simply click on the Driver Database icon and load the file you need to edit.

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