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Dayton Audio ST210-8 8" Series II Woofer
Was there a prior series to the Series II? I have a Dayton ST210-8 here 6-7 yrs old and was thinking of buying another to match up with this one but wondered if I had on old model with different specs than the Series II. (not sure if mine is series II.)
The Series II woofers have been available for more than 10 years and there are no predecessors. If you can, email a few pictures of your woofer to email@example.com and we can try to identify it.
Date published: 2014-06-23
Bought and installed this woofer in a 0.8 cubic ft enclosure with a 1.5" diameter port that's currently 6" long. Low end seems very thin and wondering if port is too long. What would a good length and tuning frequency be for this port to improve the bass?
I would highly recommend changing both the diameter and length of this port to help with the bass response. Right now you are tuned to 30 Hz which is not only a bit low for this woofer, but a 1.5" diameter port will have chuffing power compression problems even at low volume levels. I would recommend no less than 2.5" diameter for this. We have a single flared, press fit style port that would work well and raise the tuning frequency to about 43 Hz, it is our part number 260-478.
Date published: 2014-02-24
i want to use 2 of the st210-8 in each enclosure is possible to vent only one of the woofers has anyone done this
It is possible but not generally recommended. These will provide the best results in a vented box, sealing one woofer will not benefit you.
Date published: 2012-11-13
HIVI M8A OR ST210-8
I AM WANTING TO USE 2 8 " WOOFERS IN 2.9 CUBIC FT. SEALED ENCLOSURES CROSSING TO M6A MIDRANGE AND DA PT2C-8 TWEETER WILL HAVE TO BE ABLE TO HANDLE 125-150 WATTS RECOMENDATIONS AND WHY THANKS MIKE
This volume is actually about double what both choices would like to have. The Hi-Vi has a lower F3 however which would be a better performer on the low end achieving an F3 of 60 Hz.
Date published: 2012-11-07
Will these replace JBL M#408g factory woofers?
The Series II woofers are quite robust and fairly versatile. I recommend them on a regular basis. However, we do not have any kind of cross-reference by brand, model, or anything of that sort. If your JBL woofers were 8 ohm, and the cabinets will physically accommodate the Series II woofer, I'd recommend giving them a try. As far as being a "direct" or "drop-in" replacement, I'm afraid I cannot guarantee that it would (or would not) be such.
Date published: 2012-07-24
allison 4 replacements?
i just recently got my hands on a pair of allison 4 speakers but it seems that one of the woofers is blown; has anyone used and/or know if these dayton's series ii would fit and be sufficient replacements?
Unfortunately, we do not have a cross-reference by brand, model, or anything of the sort. If the Series II woofers are a good match for your cabinets physically, and the impedance of the existing woofers is 8 ohms, they should provide good performance in your Allisons. I would suggest replacing the woofers as a pair just to ensure a good sonic balance.
Date published: 2012-06-20