Introducing SPL Chart

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Re: Introducing SPL Chart

#16 Post by BrentEvans » Tue Dec 30, 2008 9:56 am

Fair enough. Here's an idea though; would it be feasible to make an "Insert Chart" link on the post page which pops up a GUI with selection boxes for the various parameters and then inserts the proper code into the post? It would ease usability and give an all-in-one reference point for which cabs are in the system.

Great job on the program though, what a fantastic iidea for an audio board!
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Re: Introducing SPL Chart

#17 Post by Chris_Allen » Thu Jan 01, 2009 7:15 am

BrentEvans wrote:Fair enough. Here's an idea though; would it be feasible to make an "Insert Chart" link on the post page which pops up a GUI with selection boxes for the various parameters and then inserts the proper code into the post? It would ease usability and give an all-in-one reference point for which cabs are in the system.
I can insert the SPL tags in the posting page, but as for the a GUI that does it all for you, that would be a lot of work.
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Re: Introducing SPL Chart

#18 Post by BrentEvans » Thu Jan 01, 2009 2:56 pm

No problem, of course. Inserting the SPL tags would be great. Even just a quick-reference link would work pretty well too, and maybe not so much coding as a form.
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Re: Introducing SPL Chart

#19 Post by wallywally » Fri Jan 23, 2009 9:02 pm

Hey Chris can you stick this so it doesn't get culled.
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Re: Introducing SPL Chart

#20 Post by Chris_Allen » Sat Jan 24, 2009 3:44 am

...no problem... 8)

I'm going to add some more cabs today including the piezo array.
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Re: Introducing SPL Chart

#21 Post by Chris_Allen » Mon Feb 02, 2009 2:09 pm

I've added three wedges: the W10, W8 and JBL 915M.
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Re: Introducing SPL Chart

#22 Post by BrentEvans » Wed Feb 11, 2009 4:33 pm

Chris,

Could you add in the Soundbridge 4112? The plot is at http://www.soundbridge.com/pdfs/4000pdf/4112ht.pdf.

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Re: Introducing SPL Chart

#23 Post by Chris_Allen » Thu Feb 12, 2009 4:48 pm

Here you go:

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[spl]sb4112ht,DR250&dbmin=60&dbmax=110[/spl]
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Re: Introducing SPL Chart

#24 Post by BrentEvans » Thu Feb 12, 2009 8:08 pm

Thanks! So there is no Hijack, i'll move my further question to another thread.
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Re: Introducing SPL Chart

#25 Post by anomalous » Tue Feb 24, 2009 4:09 pm

Hey Chris,

any chance of some T39's? i know there is at least one (T39W14D2010) but what else is available? different widths with a given driver, in a range of drivers, would be supremely useful to all of us trying to figure what to build :)

if you are looking for new features - maybe add a parameter for multiple cabs. X2T39, X4T39... etc...

I'd have never found this thread if you hadn't drawn my attention to it - maybe it should go in the SPL Charts forum, which is where people wanting this info go to look for it first.

cheers, and awesome work! - I hope you dont get overwhelmed by requests for responses and mods ;)

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Re: Introducing SPL Chart

#26 Post by Chris_Allen » Wed Feb 25, 2009 2:32 am

anomalous wrote:if you are looking for new features - maybe add a parameter for multiple cabs. X2T39, X4T39... etc...
Unfortunately, I have been informed by Bill that calculating multiple cabs together is not as straight forward as it appears. I still have a few charts to sample, especially ones with multiple cabs. I might look into the mutliple options to see how it turns out.
maybe it should go in the SPL Charts forum, which is where people wanting this info go to look for it first.
Once the list of charts is more comprehensive and the ability to list the cabs from the tool is available, I probably will.

T39? this is what is available:

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[spl]T39W30D12,T39W20D10,T39W18D2010,T39W14D2010&dbmin=80&dbmax=115&fmin=20&fmax=200[/spl]
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Re: Introducing SPL Chart

#27 Post by Harley » Mon Mar 02, 2009 2:31 am


This compares a T48-24 with a T48-36 3015LF Loaded
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Re: Introducing SPL Chart

#28 Post by Chris_Allen » Sun Mar 15, 2009 2:29 pm

SLA and TLAH

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[spl]SLA,TLAH&dbmin=70&dbmax=105[/spl]
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Re: Introducing SPL Chart

#29 Post by Mikey » Fri Apr 03, 2009 7:30 pm

In that chart, I couldn't help but notice that, in a 24" T48, it shows a 3012LF beats a 3015LF.
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Re: Introducing SPL Chart

#30 Post by Tom Smit » Mon Apr 06, 2009 1:04 pm

Mikey wrote:In that chart, I couldn't help but notice that, in a 24" T48, it shows a 3012LF beats a 3015LF.
Yes, but only from 48-55hz and 93-100hz



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