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Dayton Audio T1504K 15" Titanic Mk 4 Subwoofer Kit

Dayton Audio T1504K 15" Titanic Mk 4 1000 Watt Subwoofer Kit

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The Dayton Audio T1504K 15" Titanic subwoofer system kit's imposing 15" Titanic Mk 4 driver and 1,000-watt amplifier move enough air to create a truly visceral experience—explosions are felt as well as heard!
Highlights
  • 15" Titanic driver and 1,000 watt amplifier move massive amounts of air
  • Perfect for home theater and high-volume music playback
  • Superior construction assures reliable Dayton Audio performance
  • Fast assembly will have you enjoying your kit in no time
  • 5-year driver warranty and 1-year amplifier warranty
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300-764
Weight: 99 lbs.  
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Dayton Audio T1504K 15" Titanic Mk 4 1000 Watt Subwoofer Kit

The 15" Titanic Mk 4 Subwoofer System is the Dayton Audio sub of choice for home theater buffs wanting to put their local movie theater's bass to shame. You will not find a subwoofer with deeper or more powerful, clean bass, for less than $1,000.00, period. Amplifier features stereo line-level as well as LFE input, variable low-pass crossover, full parametric EQ, and auto on/off. Also available fully assembled.

Dimensions: 19-1/8" W x 19-1/8" H x 19-3/8" D.

Dayton Audio designed the Titanic Mk 4 subwoofer kits to give you the performance you demand, at a price that makes plain common sense. Why buy a mass-market subwoofer that often has a markup of well over 10 times the cost of the parts? If you are lucky, you are getting a $20 woofer and a $20 amplifier. With the Titanic subwoofer kits, you know exactly what you are getting—nothing but the best in cabinets, drivers, and amplifiers.

Each system features a legendary Dayton Audio Titanic Mk 4 subwoofer drivers: USA-built behemoths known for their excellent build quality and awesome low frequency performance. The driver is precisely mated with a high-power Dayton Audio HPSA1000 1,000-watt amplifier that exploits the woofer's massive potential and provides the best sound quality and highest output levels.

Driver and amp are housed in a rigid, acoustically inert 3/4" MDF enclosure featuring an internal brace, a special satin-textured enamel finish, 1/4" roundovers on all edges, and a 1" thick MDF grill. Black chrome spikes, included with the system, rigidly couple the cabinet to the floor for improved bass clarity and output, while also adding a very classy and elegant touch. The finished systems are unobtrusive in appearance, but deliver awesome bass performance that is truly "titanic" in proportion.

Titanic systems are available in an easily assembled kit form that requires a few basic hand tools and approximately one hour to complete. A subwoofer driver, amplifier, and custom cabinet are included, along with instructions and all necessary hardware. The cabinet itself is ready-to-go because the hard work has already been done: driver cutout, amplifier cutout, pre-installed T-nuts for driver mounting, and pre-installed T-nuts for the floor spikes. 



Dayton Audio T1504K 15" Titanic Mk 4 1000 Watt Subwoofer Kit
  • BrandDayton Audio
  • ModelT1504K
  • Part Number300-764
  • UPC844632000935
  • Product CategorySubwoofer System Kits
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (26 Reviews)
  • Weight99 lbs.
  • California Prop 65

    Warning: California residents only. Please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Dayton Audio T1504K 15" Titanic Mk 4 1000 Watt Subwoofer Kit
Dayton Audio T1504K 15" Titanic Mk 4 1000 Watt Subwoofer Kit is rated 4.3846 out of 5 by 26.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Sound - I love it. Neighbors may not like it so much.This kit has proven to give clear, thunderous bass. It took some tweaking, but after about 20 minutes of knob turning it started to perform. Anything loose around the house rattles including the windows. There was a distinct 60Hz hum present when I first turned it on, which became annoying. An isolation transformer solved the ground loop problem. I would give this 5 stars except I think the amplifier should have switchable ground loop isolation built-in. Also I would like to have seen a stereo-mono switch included. Overall I enjoyed building the woofer and enjoy listening to it. There is a real sense of quality with all of the parts in this kit. One last point... this thing is heavy! You won't have to worry about anyone stealing it!
Date published: 2014-01-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Titanic 15" subwoofer kitI purchased this subwoofer kit almost 5 years ago. It gets daily use and is the best subwoofer for the price hands down!! I'm so pleased with this kit that I'm looking to purchase a 2nd one for my theater room.
Date published: 2011-09-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Mostly satisfiedThe subwoofer sounds great however...The cabinet quality was not the best(but not terrible!). There are a few scratches around the predrilled holes where the screen attaches. The screen is slightly scuffed around the top edge. Neither of these issues are that great of a concern. The real problem is one of the pre installed t-nuts came loose before I had the bolt tightened even half way. This put me in a position where I am now unable to remove the nut and bolt, the driver is so large i cannot put a hand in there while its still attached to one bolt. I believe that the t-nut was not fully suppressed into the cabinet and shredded the wood when screwing in the bolt (from the little I can see with a huge 15" driver in the way).It may be possible for me to remove the driver from the back of the cabinet by unscrewing the amplifier but I don't want to do that. I am afraid the driver won't sit as nicely when screwing it in the second time.So a word of advise to all those who purchase pre-built cabinets: look at each t-nut and insure they are well attached.I am giving the subwoofer 4 stars because I think this issue is small and partially my fault. The subwoofer sounds good and I plan on building a ported cabinet later so one bolt not holding tight is not that big of a deal.
Date published: 2013-09-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from T1503K 15" Titanic MK3 Subwoofer KitI have owned this product for almost 2 years.Awesome house shaking sound. Plenty of power. One thing to keep in mind, the bigger the sub speaker, the further away you need to sit to get the true bass effect. Sitting too close dimishes some of the deepness of the base although it's still powerful. If you have a smaller home theater setup you might opt for the 12" or even the 10" sub. The 15" Titanic can make your lights flicker when plugged into the same circuit as your home theater due to the 1024 watts RMS it pumps out. It's clean; .15 THD @ 1024 watts or .07 THD @ 500 Watts. You want to run the Titanic on the same circuit as your home theater setup as (with any powerful sub), humming can be a problem, Especially with cable TV. Over All rating: "A+", Two thumbs up!!
Date published: 2013-05-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good sub..above average performance.. NEEDS A PORTI bought this sub becasue of the price, and Dayton makes great drivers, and the amp is awesome, especially witht the parametric equalizer. Assemly was a snap, and all are quality parts, and was alot of fun to assemble. The subs output is smooth we hit around 112 average SPL's in my 15x35x9 room with a peak of about 118 dB's during transformers. The sub had to be adjusted down due to clipping, so I am assuming the sub is underpowered being a sealed enclosure. This sub drastically needs a port, and if it did (tuned around 25Hz) it would have alot better output and would solve the clipping amp issues. Overall it's a great value and a good product, def better output than the DD-18 (with more harmonic distortion of course) at a fraction of the price.
Date published: 2011-02-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WOW!!!!!!!!!!!This sub replaced a Klipsch sw12ii. After breaking in, watched War of the Worlds in THX. Incredible! Felt like my home was being invaded. The kit calls for adhesive spray for the acoustic foam install which you sould use.the hardest part of putting the kit together was fitting the foam in place. It only took me about 45 minutes until power-up. Delivery only took 2 days through ground ups. I dont know about the technical jargon just play around with the eq till you get what you want. As previously stated in another review dont even think about it. If your in the market for a sub...get it!!!
Date published: 2012-10-25

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Dayton Audio T1504K 15" Titanic Mk 4 1000 Watt Subwoofer Kit

A bit more detail, please, JowW?

I appreciate your answer. However, it's hard to tell whether you feel any efficiency or smoothness gains might be offset by this "port noise" issue. What is your opinion? Also, if one were to do this, what material would you recommend for the tube and would there be any advantage in the longer vs the shorter tube?Thanks in advance for your expertise,Dave
Asked by: Mallette
This sub package is very nicely matched and will go down into the low 30hz range in it's current sealed enclosure. Even if you do port this box and avoid port noise it seems rather wasteful, because you will most likely only gain trivial results. Also this box is only 4.6 ft^3, I ran some calculations that suggest a 5.4 ft^3 enclosure for sealed applications using this sub. In that case it would require a larger enclosure to properly allow for airspace and port volume. I personally would not modify this box, if you want this sub in a ported box I would purchase the sub and amp separate and tailor the enclosure to your environment.
Answered by: n2jazznrock
Date published: 2012-02-10

Porting the Titanic III 15" Sealed Box

I am looking to add a sub to my parish's Allen organ for the 32' pipes. This looks like a good deal, and if I like it might get one or more for myself. I've seen at least two mentions of porting it for smoother and more efficient response and one #from 2007# said you guys recommended a 3" port with a 3.5" tube. Another guy said he used a 3.5" port with no mention of a tube.I'd like your take on this if you don't mind.Regards,Dave
Asked by: Mallette
A 3" diameter, 7.25" long port should tune this box to roughly 26 Hz for a modeled F3 of 31 Hz. My concern would be port noise. To achieve the same tuning with a 4" diameter port, it would need to be 14" long.
Answered by: JoeW
Date published: 2012-02-08

Whats the range on this setup? (Hz)

I'm not sure what's the low end and have seen in reviews people making ported boxes because they think its better ported. And I also wanted to know if you guys made ported boxes for this sub and amp?
Asked by: Ozzy
The actual response will depend on the room it is in and the placement. Unfortunately there is not a standard method of stating low end response in any useful or meaningful way. The room acoustics will have a big impact on the low end, and really can even help to determine if it is better sealed or ported in a specific environment. For specific applications it is usually best to contact our technicians directly.
Answered by: Chrisf
Date published: 2013-01-30

Passive 15 or 18 inch subwoofer

I have a system with electronic crossover and amplifiers to drive the sub. Also, the listening room is actually fairly small so very high power is not needed. I'd like to build a 15 or possible 18 inch passive sub (I have amplifier to power the sub) but have two questions:1. Do you have a 15 or 18 inch sub that has dual voice coils so I can drive directly from the 2 channel output of the power amp in a stereo 2 channel system split to thee power amps--high-mid-low with X-over to sub at about 350 or 80-100 Hz depending on how I set up the system? Easiest would be the 350 X-over but probably the best performance would x-over at lower frequency.2. do you have a cabinet kit without cutout for plate amp or a complete sub kit I could buy without the plate amp, covering the cutout with MDF?ThanksSteve
Asked by: Steve Jones
We do have some 15" and 18" subwoofers with dual voice coils, I've referenced a few below for your convenience. Unfortunately, we do not carry any complete kits without the amplifier, but we do have cabinets with no cutouts at all if you have the ability to make the cutout for your woofer. These are available in a few different sizes, and in a variety of beautiful finish options. I've also referenced a couple of these cabinets for you, including a larger PA style cabinet that you could finish in whatever fashion you desired.
Answered by: RussR
Date published: 2011-07-08

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