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    WinISD Pro Tutorial By Andrew Vaserfirer What is WinISD? WinISD is a freeware program that allows one to use driver specifications to model how this driver will act in a specific alignment [sealed, ported, passive radiator etc..)] given a certain volume and/or port size. Differing drivers...
  2. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    diy sub for my bro - big update** Hi All, Just modeled three subs, all 30litre box with a 3db gain at 38hz. Thing is the tang band 8" is modelling very well. Just from looking at the grpahs it looks the best to me, how can this be the case when compared with the adire dpl12 or the mivoc aw...
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    WinISD Pro Files To down load a file, click on the file and click on "Save". From the menu, select the "C" drive (provided you have not moved any of your WinISD folders), select "Program Files", select "Linearteam", select "WinISD", and then select "Drivers". Click on "Save". Creative...
  4. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    I'm running Vista and can't access the winISD help menu. I've had to do some trial and error, but I think I've got most of it down now except the following: (1) choosing from among the different types of vented enclosures. Rather, which one should I choose when designing a standard LLT...
  5. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    I'm very new to the idea of DIY subs/speakers, but am interested in executing my 1st build in the near future. I came across this sub for $100 new (compared to $350 in stores), so I thought it would be worth looking at in Win-ISD. But, the parameters don't seem consistent when I go to create...
  6. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    I was wondering how I would go about adding the 30hz high pass filter from my Behringer EP1500 amp into winisd. I know that you go th the EQ/filter tab but Im not sure which option to set. For the filter type I know I pick high pass but Im not sure about the subtype (Im guessing it should be...
  7. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Hello! It's my first post in this forum. I have read most thread in the first 5 or 6 index pages. It looks like I finally found a place where overkill is just normal! :bigsmile: I just installed WinISD on some PC at work (because I'm on a Mac at home and at my day job). I wanted to share...
  8. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Hello, I'm using the software above and I have found the volume of the box that I'm designing. Please advice me on what to do from here? The driver I'm using was created by Dayton and I'm also using an amplifier from Dayton. Not sure if you would like me to post the details of the driver or...
  9. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    WinISD Pro Tutorial By Andrew Vaserfirer What is WinISD? WinISD is a freeware program that allows one to use driver specifications to model how this driver will act in a specific alignment [sealed, ported, passive radiator etc..)] given a certain volume and/or port size. Differing drivers...
  10. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    I have tried for a couple years to get winisd to work. No matter what I do it gives me an error. Yes I put in only the perameters that Steve Callas recommends and it still errors out. Is there a tutorial out there with step by step instructions? Thanks.
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