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Dayton Audio D1075T 75W Horn Driver with 70V Transformer
can this pa be turned down to 8 or 4 ohms
i want to us this in a car audio set up and see how it works
Unfortunately this is only available or usable for 70v or 16 ohm applications. If you are looking for a high efficiency phenolic horn driver I would recommend the Selenium D250-X.
Date published: 2013-06-25
How does this compare with the EV 1828?
Hi, My church has a arrangment of four EV units with blown drivers. I am looking at the Dayton D1075 as a cheaper replacement. If I place four in series should I have the same performance? Thoughts..... suggestions? Thanks.
They should be fairly close in comparison, but I cannot say they'd be identical. This Dayton driver will be slightly more sensitive (louder with the same amount of input power), but the frequency response doesn't extend quite as high as the EV you mention. Depending upon exactly what kind of source material you're playing through the horns, the difference could be inconsequential. Given the significant savings you'd realize with the Daytons, I'd suggest giving them a try. If you find that they're just not doing the trick, we'd be happy to give you a full refund which you could apply to the purchase of the EV drivers or something else.
Date published: 2011-10-17
What is involved in converting a D1075T into a 16 ohm Leslie driver?
Is there simply a setting for 16 ohm? Or, does a part need to be removed or rewired. Thanks.
There is a position on the dial switch for 16 ohm bypass which circumvents the 70v transformer. I apologize that the picture we have on the website is outdated, and does not make this clear.
Date published: 2014-06-06