AdministratorDecember 7, 2021 at 6:06 am
A couple notes. You do not have to re-calibrate your leads every time.
For this driver you do not have to worry about it, but typically you do not want to put the driver directly on a hard surface. You typically want to leave the pole able to vent. This one doesn’t have a vented pole, so it isn’t an issue. But something to think about.
You can measure the diameter yourself. Just measure from one side of the surround (outside edge) to the direct other side (inside edge). Often times this will differ from the manufacturers stated diameter. I am guessing yours is less than 6.5″ – this will throw off your data.
For WinISD with Dats, you can use just the top data QES, QMS, QTS, FS, VAS etc. just enter one at a time and allow it to auto calculate.
You are correct that you can measure xmax with a tape measure.
This driver is a sealed back end, meaning it almost always will be designed for a smaller sealed box. WHich is one of the reasons you are getting some weird info via xsim.