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Dayton Audio SA230 230W Subwoofer Amplifier
can I use only the pre amp section with a more powerful amplifier with the sa 230
I have the sa230 powering a 12" woofer. The frequency range on the amp does not seem to effect the sound presentation wether set at 80 or 180. All I am trying to do is dial everything out of the frequency range, like voices, except for the bass or lows.
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Date published: 2015-11-23
I recently bought a home with a passive in-wall Boston Acoustics sub. I have a Sony STR DH750 amp. Will this Dayton Audio amp work to power my sub? Crutchfield recommended the Boston Acoustics SA1, but I'm looking for something cheaper (and similar).
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Date published: 2015-11-09
Hello, the description says 40-180 hz adjustability, but the picture shows 80-180 hz. Which is it?
The crossover is adjustable from 40-180 Hz, the picture is outdated in this case.
Date published: 2015-09-21
I have two NHT VT-2's with 6 ohms nominal Impedance and would like to bi-Amp these can i do this with two of these SA230 amps? My receiver is a yamaha rx-v1.
If you plan on using one amplifier, you will have to wire the subs in series for a 12 ohm load. This will reduce output power quite a bit. Your best bet is to use two amps, one for each woofer.
Date published: 2015-08-05
I purchased a Dayton SA230. I can't get the 12V trigger to work. My receiver has a 3.5mm jack. Some posts say to use a mono cable and cut off the end. I have tried this with a single and a double ended mono cable. Neither works. Help?
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Date published: 2015-07-23