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Dayton Audio DNR-1.0 1 Ohm 10W Precision Audio Grade Resisto

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Dayton Audio DNR-1.0 1 Ohm 10W Precision Audio Grade Resistor

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Dayton Audio DNR Series "Audio Grade" resistors are used in Zobel networks and fixed L-Pad attenuator circuits for tweeters. Nickel-chromium elements, a high thermal conductivity ceramic core, and welded construction all contribute to their low-noise performance.
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Dayton Audio DNR-1.0 1 Ohm 10W Precision Audio Grade Resistor
Dayton Audio DNR Series "Audio Grade" resistors are primarily used in Zobel networks and fixed L-Pad attenuator circuits. Nickel-chromium elements, a high thermal conductivity ceramic core, and welded construction all contribute to their low-noise performance. With a precision 2% tolerance, gold-plated oxygen free copper leads, and low-inductive wire wound construction, this resistor is a must for your next speaker crossover project! Dimensions: 48 mm L x 10 mm W x 10 mm H. Sold individually.


Product Specifications
  • Resistance1 ohms
  • CompositionLow-Inductive Wirewound
  • Power Rating10 Watt
  • Tolerance2%
Dayton Audio DNR-1.0 1 Ohm 10W Precision Audio Grade Resistor
  • BrandDayton Audio
  • ModelDNR-1.0
  • Part Number004-1
  • UPC844632014062
  • Product CategoryAudio Grade / Non-inductive Resistors
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (2 Reviews)
  • Weight0.01 lbs.
  • California Prop 65

    Warning: California residents only. Please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Dayton Audio DNR-1.0 1 Ohm 10W Precision Audio Grade Resistor
Dayton Audio DNR-1.0 1 Ohm 10W Precision Audio Grade Resistor is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good valueGreat resistor for the money. Tolerances are pretty good. Although I didn't buy them for the gold plating, the plating is pretty much a gimmick since it flakes right off after any sort of bending of the wire. Again, not an issue for me, but one to consider none the less.
Date published: 2008-03-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good valueGreat resistor for the money. Tolerances are pretty good. Although I didn't buy them for the gold plating, the plating is pretty much a gimmick since it flakes right off after any sort of bending of the wire. Again, not an issue for me, but one to consider none the less.
Date published: 2008-03-11
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I'm using a 3 ohm 10w resistor in a woofer circuit and it's getting way too hot. Could three of these in series achieve the same goal without excessive heat or would I be better with three 9.1 ohm 10w in parallel? Or am I way off?

Asked by: ROOK
In answer to your initial question, placing the resistors in Series means increasing the total circuit resistance to 9 ohms (3+3+3 =9). This would result in less amperage (current), so given the same voltage your resistor temperature would drop, but at the expense of tripling the total resistance, which may not work for your application. In answer to your second question, tripling the resistance of the Resistors to 9 ohms, and placing 3 of them in parallel would retain the original 3 ohms total resistance (9 / 3=3), but spread the work over 3 separate 9 ohm Resistors, so they would run cooler at the same voltage. Placing series Resistors in a woofer circuit is not a typical practice, so I'm not sure what you are trying to accomplice. If I can help further, please feel free to ask. Cheers.
Answered by: paltoindy
Date published: 2016-01-05

What exactly is the difference between your one dollar ceramic audio resistors and the $4 mills or Dale non inductive resistor ? What kind of inductance are we talking about in a 1 ohm wirewound nichrome/ceramic resistor...I am thinking not much. Thanks.

Asked by: wzort
The difference is mainly name brand. The inductance on these is too low to measure with our DATS and if i remember correctly was too low to measure accurately with any other inductance meters we tried a few years ago.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2015-03-19
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