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Dayton Audio SA100 100W Subwoofer Plate Amplifier
Hi, can this part be used in place of Velodyne CT-120 amp plate to drive 12" sub? Thanks.
As long as the woofer is 4 ohm this will work, although it will probably require cabinet modifications in order to fit properly.
Date published: 2015-01-19
Will this amp fit in the cabinet of a Dayton SUB-120 without much cabinet modification?
We have not tried this, so we cannot officially say whether it will work. Of course, this type of modification to an existing product to accommodate a different amp than it was designed for will void your warranty. Some amount of modification would be necessary - any type of air leakage from the enclosure (except air movement thru the port) will generate extraneous noise and diminish the enclosure's effectiveness.
Date published: 2014-12-31
Would the Main output from a mixer connect to the Low level or High level inputs? . I currently have the connection to RCA using the pass thru to an Aphex audio exciter to Amp to main speakers but don't get very much response till SPA250 is at 70%
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Date published: 2014-12-31
I purchased this amp to power a Clarksynthesis model TST209 transducer. The issue is the amp shuts off when the music gets louder or in a movie when a lot of low end is being used. Do I need a stronger amp or is there something I can do to this one?
As long as you are only powering one transducer this should be a good match. If you are running it at high levels consistently you may consider bumping up the power to something like our SPA-250, that way the amp is running at about 50% during high levels.
Date published: 2014-12-16
Hi ...Can I use a plate amp to a single subwoofer for each channel? I want separate right and left sub woofers. I want to use the "amp" inputs to the plate amp. Thanks, Zene
Yes, you can use a subwoofer plate amplifier this way. Just connect the respective input wire to each subwoofer amplifier as if you were connecting a single channel source (like your receiver's LFE output). Then you can use the plate amplifier's volume and crossover controls to tailor the subwoofer output to match the rest of the main drivers for the most balanced sound.
Date published: 2014-12-01
Will this unit deliver sufficient power to the Musica M800SW 8" In-Wall Subwoofer (100W RMS @ 8 ohms)? And can this amp be wired in bridge mode to deliver more power to this one subwoofer? If so, which speaker terminals should I use (L+ and R-, etc.)?
This is a mono amplifier and only has one output for the woofer. Even though you will get less output power at 8 ohms, this amplifier will still work well for that subwoofer.
Date published: 2015-01-04