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Dayton Audio DC250-8 10" Classic Woofer
Could I use this speaker to replace a blowN speaker in a Dayton sub-1000 10" powered subwoofer?
No, the speaker in the Sub-1000 is a 4 ohm driver.
Date published: 2015-04-23
Looking for replacement woofers for Bose 501 series II. I have read a few success reviews for this speaker but noticed these are 8ohm woofers while the originals are 4ohm speakers. What are the effects of switching to a woofer with different impedance?
The crossover point may change if there is a filter that is on the woofer. A different impedance may also have an effect on the output. It depends on the original sensitivity of the driver though .
Date published: 2015-04-08
Can i use this speaker for surround speakers in a movie theater,
Full range speakers are better for surround sound. These are woofers and limited to about 2500Hz
Date published: 2015-03-31
what about replacing a blown out mid range in a home box speaker?
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Date published: 2015-03-17
In the picture, the wire contact leads look the same size. But on my Infinity SM 102s, one is larger than the other. Will the DC250-8-10 work for me? Thanks
The terminals are the same size on this woofer, so those will have to be either swapped with the proper size, of simply cut off and soldered in place.
Date published: 2015-01-12
Is the DC 250-8 10" woofer an '8' ohm speaker (and does the (-8) stand for 8 ohm in your system?) My amp is an older Kenwood 100 wt (RMS) 8 ohm surround sound capability system with a six speaker hook-up.
Yes this is an 8 ohm woofer. The -8 in a Dayton model number will represent the driver impedance, but it is also listed in the specs on the product page.
Date published: 2014-12-05