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Dayton Audio DC200-8 8" Classic Woofer
Would these be appropriate replacement woofers in a pair of Acoustic Research 18b speakers? I believe the internal volume is around .34 cubic inches and the crossover around 2400 hz or so. (I no longer have the originals, so refoaming is not an option.)
The GRS option you asked about would be a better choice.
Date published: 2014-10-17
I am looking to upgrade an older set of 2 way speakers that the foam surround has rotted. Boxes are roughly 0.6^3 ft and are currently ported. Looking for an economical upgrade, will these work ok? Also is the DC28F-8 a good match for these?
Yes and yes. The volume is a bit on the small side but it will still work alright and give you similar low end to the originals. I would recommend a crossover of 2,000 Hz using that tweeter in this setup.
Date published: 2014-10-15
Can I buy 2 speakers...Dayton DC200-8 8"
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Date published: 2014-10-07
Do you sell an 8" woofer that is a very close, or exact, replacement for the 601 series 3 bass driver(s).
Unfortunately we do not have a Bose replacement although the Dayton Classic is our most popular replacement for that model, as well as one of the better options for the application. This requires a 7.2" diameter opening in the cabinet so you will want to double check this before committing to a purchase.
Date published: 2014-08-26
I need to replace woofer, original's spec shows 36-150 hz. Not finding anything in that specific range. Would, for example, 40-3000 hz do just fine ????
There are quite a few variables regarding this. Please contact our tech support for more info, 800-338-0531 x1 or email@example.com.
Date published: 2014-05-28
What is recommended band pass subwoofer configuration tuned at around 40-50 hz for this woofer? (volume of each chamber and the port dimensions)
This requires a ported chamber of 0.5 cuft with a 3" diameter, 8" long port tube and a sealed chamber of 0.6 cuft. This will provide a passband of 37 Hz to 105 Hz.
Date published: 2014-05-22