Awesome 15" from Dayton

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  • 11-25-2003, 01:17 PM
    This Guy
    Awesome 15" from Dayton
    Dayton now made a 15" version of the Titanic and it specs very nicely. I ran it through my subwoofer program and it performs awesome with partsexpress's 1000 watt sub amp with parametric equalizer.

    http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/showd...D=166912&DID=7

    In a 3 cubicft sealed box with 1000 watts here's what the prgram drew.

    20hz-107
    30hz-113
    40hz-116
    50hz-117
    60hz-118
    70hz-118

    while never exceeding Xmax. Buy this, the 1000 watt amp, and make a box and you have one hell of a subwoofer for under a grand.

    Just thought I'd bring it to al you're attention.

    -Joey
  • 12-17-2003, 11:28 AM
    grampi
    How much better is this sub compared to the Dayton DVC 15? I'm thinking about using this driver in a 3 c.f. sealed enclosure using the PE 250 watt plate amp. Think it'll sound good?
  • 12-19-2003, 05:47 PM
    This Guy
    you wouldn't notice a difference
    with only 250 watts. Your money would be wasted if you bought this over the tempest of dvc. In a 3 cubic foot box you would need over a kiliowatt of power to use this driver to it's full potential. Here's a guy that used a 2.5 cubic foot sealed cabinet for his dvc and it looks like he likes it.

    http://www.partsexpress.com/projects...ts/dkhts2.html

    Also here's some ideas for the tempest.

    http://adireaudio.com/diy_audio/gall..._territory.htm

    Hope this helps.
  • 12-30-2003, 05:27 PM
    pelly3s
    The Titanics are great subs, especially for the money. I did an install with one in my friends basement using the 12" in a 2 cf sealed box running off an old 400 watt rotel amp and it sounds great, it compliments the Yamaha NS-1000's very well