Dayton Titanic 10 inch sub

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  1. Tyler

    Tyler Stunt Coordinator

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    Is the Dayton Titanic 10" sub any good for Home Theater in a small room ?
    The driver will be used in a 2.1 cubic foot enclosure and tuned to 25Hz.
    With about 250 watts rms into 4ohms driving it.
    Would this sound good for home theater.
    Has anyone hear used the Dayton Titanic 10" sub before.
    If so were you happy with the sound ?
     
  2. Anthony F.

    Anthony F. Stunt Coordinator

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    I haven't used the 10", but the larger 12" with success. The folks at Parts Express seem to like the 10" even better than the 12". There's a forum on the Parts Express site that can give you LOTS of information, and a "box builder" that can give you specs on the size of the box and ports for your application. With that amount of amplification in a "small" room, I think you'll be able to put together a really good system. Good luck!
     
  3. Tyler

    Tyler Stunt Coordinator

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    Thanks [​IMG]
    This sub will be for my friend
    I'm building a Shiva sub this summer
     

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