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12-20-2018 09:30 PM
dwpjr
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Originally Posted by So Low View Post
Actually I design about a dozen enclosures for people for free every week when they send me a pm asking for help. If i didn't link you to lmgtfy somebody else would have, it's not like there's more than six programs out there. And they all suck if they are free. So get an illegal copy of bass box pro like already suggested if you want mediocre results.

I guess i should have said buy term pro enclosure software for $500 and Solid Works for $3000 then spend $180,000 on a physics degree and you can design all the boxes you want to.

Or you could ask somebody for help that already has them. Funny thing is I've helped so many people on here I guess it'd be unfair not to help you too, despite you biting my head off. Oh but wait i guess I'm not qualified enough to help.

Old Post, never mind
09-29-2017 09:10 PM
guitar maestro If you have a 32-bit OS, the one to master is Akabak. By far the best I have encountered. This coming from some one who used Bullocks Box Model Programs from the 90's, and used many other programs since then. Steep learning curve, more than ANY other program I've seen, but the models are so versatile it's freakin awesome. That reminds me, I need to install a virtual drive or something on this 64bit Win10 drive.
05-31-2016 08:13 AM
jigsizzle
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Originally Posted by Lon.. View Post
Way to be a useless dickhead ..I mean really,why are you here?You really don't seem smart and wouldn't take advice from someone dumb enough posting in this section being a **** giving useless advice..Do you even understand what this sections for?Its for helping people with boxes,not giving useless advice trying to be funny...
So you know Mr.Expert Advice,I already searched google and guess what?Quite a few things popped up but weren't all the same so being new,the smart thing to do is ask here because thats what its for..Very helpful person you are [emoji106] ..
Got damn!...

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05-31-2016 07:47 AM
The_Dealer
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Originally Posted by SPL Addict View Post
Oh ok, i doubt he will find the torrent bbp6, torres should be good enough.
Why not? I have a CLEAN copy of it that I downloaded a couple years ago.

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05-08-2015 12:35 PM
SPL Addict
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The tsk was to you. The rest was for op. Sorry for the confusion.
Oh ok, i doubt he will find the torrent bbp6, torres should be good enough.
05-08-2015 11:58 AM
southernbass
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Originally Posted by SPL Addict View Post
Is that tips for me or the OP? I know how to play with the software and understand cabin gain, but its a good start to see how the woofer will react in an enclosure. I actually just use it to see my port velocity sub displacement and anthing like bracing and such. And i mainly use bbp6 and the update make it pretty accurate, i compared to other software like torres
The tsk was to you. The rest was for op. Sorry for the confusion.
05-08-2015 11:52 AM
SPL Addict
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Originally Posted by southernbass View Post
Tsk tsk.

But Torres is a great place to start. Remember that if your using a slot port 90% of them use 3 common walls and that will drastically effect your port in the calculations.

Also, remember that on paper can be drastically different from in vehicle responses so don't be afraid to tweak your boxes after building them.

One more thing, when using winisd, don't use the "simulate cabin gain" option. Its like bass boost on an amp... Just don't do it.
Is that tips for me or the OP? I know how to play with the software and understand cabin gain, but its a good start to see how the woofer will react in an enclosure. I actually just use it to see my port velocity sub displacement and anthing like bracing and such. And i mainly use bbp6 and the update make it pretty accurate, i compared to other software like torres
05-08-2015 06:03 AM
So Low
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Originally Posted by Ryan1126 View Post

so original....
I know right? Like that hasn't been used a bajillion times already, after all that time I'm the bad guy now lol



And for people who don't mind sketchup

http://www.caraudioclassifieds.org/f...-tutorial.html
05-08-2015 05:57 AM
So Low
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Originally Posted by Lon.. View Post
Way to be a useless dickhead ..I mean really,why are you here?You really don't seem smart and wouldn't take advice from someone dumb enough posting in this section being a **** giving useless advice..Do you even understand what this sections for?Its for helping people with boxes,not giving useless advice trying to be funny...
So you know Mr.Expert Advice,I already searched google and guess what?Quite a few things popped up but weren't all the same so being new,the smart thing to do is ask here because thats what its for..Very helpful person you are ..
Actually I design about a dozen enclosures for people for free every week when they send me a pm asking for help. If i didn't link you to lmgtfy somebody else would have, it's not like there's more than six programs out there. And they all suck if they are free. So get an illegal copy of bass box pro like already suggested if you want mediocre results.

I guess i should have said buy term pro enclosure software for $500 and Solid Works for $3000 then spend $180,000 on a physics degree and you can design all the boxes you want to.

Or you could ask somebody for help that already has them. Funny thing is I've helped so many people on here I guess it'd be unfair not to help you too, despite you biting my head off. Oh but wait i guess I'm not qualified enough to help.
05-07-2015 11:55 PM
southernbass
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Originally Posted by SPL Addict View Post
Whao!!! calm down, we like to have fun here, but please alot of the time you can search it up yourself. Its the way you word them which helps you find what you looking for. Honestly if you cant even google search a program to build a box then i suggest you shouldnt even download such a program because you will be lost. I have winisd, torres which is free and i have a cracked version of bass box pro 6 with all the updates, but i will save you the trouble of any confusion and not link them to you. I hope torres works out. Happy box building
Tsk tsk.

But Torres is a great place to start. Remember that if your using a slot port 90% of them use 3 common walls and that will drastically effect your port in the calculations.

Also, remember that on paper can be drastically different from in vehicle responses so don't be afraid to tweak your boxes after building them.

One more thing, when using winisd, don't use the "simulate cabin gain" option. Its like bass boost on an amp... Just don't do it.
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