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Dayton Audio DVC385-88 15" DVC Series Subwoofer
I see that this driver is no longer on the Dayton website. Does that mean that it is not being manufactured anymore? Do you have many on hand?
These are being discontinued but we do have a few left on hand.
Date published: 2015-11-12
I'm working on a 4 way ope baffle project, would be realistic to spect to reach low 30s in OB configuration?
These will probably require a little EQ to reach low 30's if used OB.
Date published: 2015-10-01
is there a recone kit for this speaker? I have two of these with burnt voice coils and hate to just throw them out
We do not have a recone kit available for this woofer.
Date published: 2015-07-06
Why are the Thiele/Small parameters different from the manufactures website? http://www.daytonaudio.com/index.php/loudspeaker-components/loudspeaker-drivers-by-type/subwoofers/dvc385-88-15-dvc-series-subwoofer.html
Dayton is in the process of updating all product details and parameters. The specs on the Dayton site will be the most up to date.
Date published: 2015-06-03
For an old Velodyne sealed cabinet with cutout for 15" driver. Inside volume = 3.15ft, Looking to add very low end punch for movies only. 14X14X12 room. I have active crossovers and up to 400w @ 8ohm rms mono to play with. What would you suggest?
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Date published: 2015-05-27
Could i use this for small PA and house parties?
This woofer will provide a good amount of output, but you will want to be looking at a pro audio type driver to get the most from your available power. Something like the Dayton PA380-8 in about 3 cubic feet tuned around 45 Hz will provide more output with less power.
Date published: 2015-02-24