How to Design Your Own Subwoofer with Subwoofer Design Toolbox By Mfr
If you want to build your own subwoofer for your car or home, you might be wondering how to choose the right box size, port dimensions, enclosure shape and woofer selection. You could spend hours browsing online forums and websites, or you could use a simple but powerful program that does all the calculations for you: Subwoofer Design Toolbox By Mfr.
Subwoofer Design Toolbox By Mfr is a Windows software that lets you design sealed, ported and bandpass boxes for your subwoofer. It also includes \"free-air\" modeling for auto sound applications. You just need to enter your driver parameters, enclosure type and box volume. The program will recommend a port frequency or you can choose your own. For bandpass designs, the program will automatically optimize the port frequency as you adjust the ported fraction of box volume.
The program also helps you design the port shape and size, whether it's round, rectangle or slot. It uses the more accurate divided chamber method for multiple ports. It also helps you design the enclosure dimensions, whether it's rectangular or wedge-shaped. You can calculate box volume from box dimensions, or you can calculate any dimension by entering the box volume you want and the other dimensions. The program will also generate a printable cutting template for the enclosure pieces you'll need.
One of the best features of Subwoofer Design Toolbox By Mfr is that it lets you compare frequency responses of different box designs on a single graph. You can also see the effect of operating your sub in a wide range of vehicle sizes with the Car Response feature. You can print out frequency response graphs in color or with symbols for better readability.
If you're not sure which woofer to choose for your subwoofer, the program also has a woofer selection tool that lets you quickly compare woofers without having to design a box for each of them. The program rates \"how low the bass will go\" compared to other drivers with the Sealed and Ported Bass Response Figure of Merit. It also shows you the estimated box requirements for each driver and recommends when a port should be used.
Subwoofer Design Toolbox By Mfr is ideal for beginners and pros alike. It has context-sensitive design hints and recommended values to assist you along the way. It also supports metric users and runs on Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 and 11. For less than the price of a set of premium patch cables, you can design your own high quality subwoofer the easy way and save money!
If you want to learn more about Subwoofer Design Toolbox By Mfr, visit their website at http://www.mfr-eng.com/toolbox.htm. You can also check out their YouTube subwoofer design tutorials at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ2Q6w0y0gZyOYlY9XxZx9A. 29c81ba772