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Dayton Audio RS722 Speaker Kit w/o Cabinet
What passive, if any, would you recommend for this kit? if so how many cu ft? Thanks Too bad you do not make a floor standing TL cabinet for this kit.
The recommended volume for two of these with a passive radiator is 1.8 cubic feet. Using one Dayton SD270-PR with no weight added, you will have a tuning frequency of 36 Hz and in room response to about 30.
Date published: 2014-06-17
Single speaker or pair?
Hi, sorry if this a silly question as the ad does say "sold individually" but the price just doesn't seem to add up compared to the cost of individual components.Is this kit for a single speaker or for a pair of speakers?Thanks.
This kit includes components for one speaker.
Date published: 2013-10-28
I have two DC28F-8silk dome tweeters (new). Can these be used? If so, what changes to xover. If not, what kit for very high end mini-monitors?
I need very flat from 100-15k with good dynamic range.
Unfortunately no this is not recommended. This kit as it is will make a very nice mini-monitor and have very flat response in your intended passband.
Date published: 2013-05-29
Where would I find suggested Cabinet size or plans, or a pre made cabinet? Also is this for a pair of speakers or priced as one?
We offer this kit with and without cabinets. The cabinet that is included with the other kits is 1.0 cubic feet tuned to about 45 Hz, you can see those kits in the link below. If you wanted to build a cabinet, I would recommend 1.8 cubic feet with a 3" diameter port that is 5" long. This will tune the enclosure to about 35 Hz. If you wanted to use a sealed design, I would recommend 0.75-1.0 cubic foot for an in-room response into the upper 30's.http://www.parts-express.com/term/rs722?srch=rs722
Date published: 2013-01-17
Woofer Conjugate Network Resistor Value
In the Dr. K. MTM project showcase, the x-over diagram shows a 20 ohm resistor in the woofer's conjugate network. The resistor in this kit is 7 ohms, however, while all other values are unchanged. What is the reason for this change and what are its effects on the system?
The original design shown in the showcase is actually incorrect and has been since it was posted online. The 7 ohm value is correct as per the original design and this is what the kit is shipped with. I have let our web content supervisor know so the changes can be made to the showcase.
Date published: 2013-10-06
How does the RS722 compare to the ua721? Can they be used as center channel speakers? Is there a reason the RS28AS was used over the RS28F?
The RS722 is designed primarily as a reference monitor. What this means is that it would have a more neutral response than the UA721. If you would rather have a speaker that adds a little character to the music, the UA721 is for you.Either speaker may be used as a center channel just fine. Make sure your receiver/amplifier will be able to handle a 4-ohm load.The RS722 was designed before the RS28F came to be, hence the reason the RS28AS is used.
Date published: 2011-02-23