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Dayton Audio DC28FT-8 1-1/8" Silk Dome Truncated Tweeter
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
Will these fit properly in B&W DM12 enclosures?
I don't have the diminsions of not available original TW26t
Its pretty unlikely that these will be a drop in fit, the original tweeter faceplate looks a bit larger that these.
Date published: 2013-09-19
why do these have a lower fs than the DC28FS-8?
out of interest ..
The shielded version does not have a bumped back plate because of its bucking magnet. This raises the Fs of the driver.
Date published: 2013-08-01
Would a pair of these be good replacement tweeters for AR48s speakers?
I need to replace one tweeter in a pair of AR48s speakers so I thought I would go ahead and replace them in both speakers. Current stock tweeter is 8 ohms and is a 1" soft dome tweeter. Looks like a tight fit on the faceplate but should work.
The specs will certainly work, the only question is physical fit. Unless you don't have a problem modifying the enclosure opening you will have to verify the dimensions.
Date published: 2013-07-13