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Dayton 10 inch SD270-88
08/04/11 at 19:21:52
 
I'm struggling to find a reasonably priced driver to go in the WO32 that's available in the UK. Could you guys please tell me if you think this driver is suitable to go in the WO32.  

It has the following specs:-

Fs - 29.6
Qts - 0.44
Xmax - 6

Full specs can be seen on the data sheet on the website.

Thanks
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Re: Dayton 10 inch SD270-88
Reply #1 - 08/04/11 at 19:22:40
 
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Reply #2 - 08/08/11 at 13:44:41
 
That is an excellent subwoofer for the price. I have several of them in my system and have no complaints. I have not heard it in a WO32 but I would be willing to bet it will do just fine in that enclosure. Just my two cents hope it helps.


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Reply #3 - 08/12/11 at 18:47:40
 
Thanks for your input.  On order now.  I'll report on how they sound once installed
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Reply #4 - 08/18/11 at 19:34:19
 
Yes definitely let me know how it turns out. Maybe if post some pics on photobucket and leave me a link. Good luck !!!


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Reply #5 - 11/17/11 at 12:16:43
 
Ok, finally got them installed.  

They sound good.  The bass is quick and effortless to a point.  When driven beyond this point they start to fart.  Excuse my lack of technical term but this is how it sounds.  

It is easily loud enough for home use and have even used it for a house party where it sounded good as long as levels were kept in check and it was not driven beyond the fine line of sounding sweet and farting.  

As mentioned in the description of this cab, high SPLs aren't what is designed for.  With this in mind, I think the Dayton drivers seem like a good, low cost, choice.
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