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Simmetry in speaker model
PostPosted: Mon Nov 22, 2004 12:33 pm Reply with quote
Toni
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I have to create a new speaker. Its directivity response below 2kHz is simmetric, but above 2kHz there is no symmetry anymore since the horn begins to act.


Is there any way to *uncheck* symmetry attribute for the above mentioned freq bands. If not, what should I do.

Re: Simmetry in speaker model
PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2004 11:08 pm Reply with quote
Jim Mobley
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Hi Toni,


A loudspeaker is either symmetrical or it isn't, there's no half way. You'll have to uncheck symmetry.


Best regards,


Jim Mobley

Sr. Application Engineer

Renkus-Heinz, Inc.

19201 Cook St.

Foothill Ranch, CA 92610

TEL: 949-588-9997

FAX: 949-588-9514

www.renkus-heinz.com

mailto:jim@renkus-heinz.com






>I have to create a new speaker. Its directivity response below 2kHz is simmetric, but above 2kHz there is no symmetry anymore since the horn begins to act.

>Is there any way to *uncheck* symmetry attribute for the above mentioned freq bands. If not, what should I do.


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