Dayton 10" question.

Discussion in 'Speakers & Subwoofers' started by MikeyWeitz, Feb 15, 2005.

  1. MikeyWeitz

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    Ordered it yesterday. 1 question, which actual sub is used? I know PE ofers several 10" subs, just wondering which one is actually in their 10" 100 watter (you know the one I mean).

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    No, I meant the actual woofer/driver itself.

    That's the sub I ordered, but wondering which driver they use. I assume it is one they sell and they offer a few different drivers themselves under the Dayton label.
     
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    Whoops, sorry misunderstood...
    Don't know, haven't opened mine up!!
     
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    The driver in the Tiny Mighty isn't sold at Parts Express... It looks more similar to a quatro than anything else though.
     
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    Thanks Ray.
     
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    Max, that one is only rated to 70watts and the Dayton Sub has 100 watt amp, so that would strike me as odd if that is the one.
     
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    That one is also their "classic woofer" and not their Dayton 10" "sub-woofer." PE does distinguish between the two.
     
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    Man, I figured if ANYONE knew what was in their, it would be DorianBryant :)
     
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    I could be wrong, since I never pulled the driver out to inspect closely and get a part #. I didn't see the 10" subwoofer i was thinking of-sold out? I think it is the non-shielded version of the SD270-8-8 (this is the basic 10" Dayton subwoofer), and it sells for about $27.

    I do know it is not the Quattro driver. The Quattro's are decent drivers though and I heard a few people swapped them into their TM II. I forget who, but if you dig up some of the old Dayton sub threads, someone who slapped in an old SVS driver.
     

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