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Dayton Audio DC28FT-8 1-1/8" Silk Dome Truncated Tweeter
Thanks MattP for the Ohm L response. Followup Q: the Ohm L sensitivity = 89dB. Do I need to choose a tweeter with the same 89dB sensitivity or higher to account for losses in the crossover? If higher, how much higher? XO will be LR 2nd order at 1,700Hz
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Date published: 2015-04-17
Converting 3way Ohm L's (vintage 80s) to 2way. Current Xover stated as 1,700 Hz 1st order BW. But it has 8.2 mF cap (no inductors). All drivers 8 ohm. I'll be recapping. Will this DC28FT-8 work at 1,700 1st order without inductors? thanks for the help
I would not recommend using this or any of our tweeters at 1,700 first order. This will work at that frequency second order though, which will require a 1 mH coil and that 8.2 uF cap.
Date published: 2015-04-14
would DC28FT-8's work in B652 with cabinet mods?
Yes these would work with cabinet modifications.
Date published: 2015-03-20
I already own the regular version of this tweet. Is it possible to buy the truncated faceplate separately?
Unfortunately no, we only have the truncated face plates for the RS28 available at this time.
Date published: 2015-02-11
Sorry i identified the model of the speaker incorrecly.What i needed to know was if this tweeter would fit into the mounting hole o a Mirage M-1si speaker
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Date published: 2014-10-27
Hello, I recently installed this tweeter as a replacement in an 8ohm 1987 B&W 3-way home stereo cabinet. The driver seems to pass audio but also includes a perpetual white noise hiss. Any ideas?
The tweeter will only play what is fed into it. The hiss will be caused by the amplifier and is likely more noticeable if the tweeter is higher in sensitivity than the original.
Date published: 2014-08-25