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Dayton Audio D1075T 75W PA Speaker Horn Driver with 70V Transformer
do i use only a 75watt amplifier with an 8ohm load or can i use any amplifier with the d1075t driver
Any amplifier can power this horn as long as it is set to the 16 ohm bypass, it does not have to be 75 watt.
Date published: 2015-07-14
Am seeing references to a "16 ohm bypass" on the transformer. As a replacement horn driver for a modified Leslie - the original amp is not being used - can this be set to 8 ohms? .
Unfortunately no, this driver is only available with a 16 ohm diaphragm, there is no 8 ohm setting.
Date published: 2015-07-06
Is it possible to connect the output from a home stereo amplifier to this driver provided the transformer is set to the 16 ohm bypass?
Yes. You will need to make sure a high pass filter is enabled or in place as to not damage the driver from low frequencies.
Date published: 2015-06-29
What is the positive wire white or black?
The positive wire is white.
Date published: 2015-04-30
I have a 160-watt Amplifier. The exits (70-volt and 100-volt) also (4 ohms and 8 ohms) I want two Horne drive compatible with the device
A pair of these drivers will work fine either with the 70v or 8 ohm output, as long as the drivers are wired in parallel. If you use the 8 ohm output you will have to set the transformer to the 16 ohm bypass on the drivers.
Date published: 2015-02-17
How would this be mounted in a vintage Leslie speaker? Do you have a bracket to mount it with?
It uses the standard 1 3/8" threads for horn drivers.
Date published: 2015-02-02