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Dayton Audio SD270-PR 10" Passive Radiator
What is the maximin amout of weight (in grams) that can safely be added to this passive radiator?
We recommend no more than double the Mms for these passives.
Date published: 2015-02-17
Will this work with the DS-270? If so, what is the recommended box volume?
Yes these will work well together. I would recommend 2 cubic feet with no weight added to the passive, for a tuning frequency of 32 Hz and an F3 of 40 Hz.
Date published: 2015-01-30
In calculating an enclosure size for a subwoofer using this passive radiator, approximately what volume should I subtract to account for the volume taken up by the PR?
This passive displaces about 0.037 cubic feet.
Date published: 2015-01-09
Hi, I have a Jl 10w6v3, and I was wondering which passive radiator or passive radiator's (2) or (3) would you recommend for this sub, and what volume of box should I use.. Thank You, Will
Unfortunately we don't have any passive radiators that will work well with this woofer. The 12" Daytons will need more weight added than they can really handle for a decent tuning frequency, and the 10" version will run out of Xmax with about half of the rated power of the woofer. I would recommend keeping this driver sealed, or simply venting the box.
Date published: 2015-01-06
Will the SD 270 work with the DC250-8? If not is there another woofer you would recommend?
Yes this will work with the DC250-8.
Date published: 2014-12-24
Can this radiator be paired with the ultimax 10 inch woofer to create a sealed subwoofer? If so, do you have the plans?
Unfortunately we do not have a passive radiator that will be a good match for the Ultimax 10" at this time. It produces way more cone excursion than any of the passives we offer will be able to handle, with the exception of the TC Sounds VMP 15 or 18" models, but they are too large to work properly.
Date published: 2014-12-10