Glitch Program Excited to see an enclosure spec program developer that seemed to know more about box design than the equations. But was sadly disappointed when I tried to enter some T/S par. for a few drivers I had. Anytime I try to enter ANY parameters it fails to save and displays an error message. FIX THIS ISSUE DEV!
cant be used for real life design It does not give the group delay graph. This is the most important graph . Being able toadjust box volumes without knowing what the group delay is doing is pointless. You will end up with terrible sounding box. Also for band pass boxes it does not suggest the optimum volumes. For bandpass the volumes are critical . Once again group delay is the only way to see misalignment.
What options button? Where the he'll is the options button? This is completely useless if I can't add drivers to its database! I even tried installing it on multiple devices! I was so excited! What a letdown 😣
What a time waster. Doesnt make proper calcs, uses the previously loaded drivers t/s params unless you enter menu a particular way. Contacted dev and gave him two explicit emails but got one lame reply and nothing is changed after a month. Vents are calculated wrong and the response curves are wacky. No option for group delay, for rectangular vents, no option for displacement of port volume. Q is mathematically entered as 7.07 instead of .707, 12.0 rather than 1.2 etc. Box dimensions? Poor program dont waste your time. I
Unreliable All too often it won't load driver database, crashes upon opening & periodically can't save drivers. When it does work, it's really close to bass box pro. Can't do multiple drivers in single enclosure. Would be a 5 star if above issues were fixed.
tax calculation This app may prove to be indispensable (particularly since my Windoze Frankenstein is out of commission. Nonetheless, I found the tax of 0.49¢ abusive for a purchase of under $2.50 (no country or state I know of would levy such a tax). A warning for anyone considering purchasing.
Options menu working again, so that you can create new drivers, enclosures, compare frequency responses.