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    Dayton HO 10

    I want a sub i can use in a small enclosure. Dayton recommends 1.2 cubic feet for the HO 10. This will be a good size. Would that be a ported or sealed enclosure. Also could I go with maybe a .8 to 1.0 cubic foot enclosure. And what should I tune the enclosure to?

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    Re: Dayton HO 10

    I coulda swore tcguy85 was running one of these in 0.7ft^3 with an external port tuned down to low 30 something maybe. 1.2 just sounds a bit big to me for that woofer or a single 10 unless of course ported. Lots of choices though for that size of an enclosure. Many 12's will work in that sealed and I am sure many 10's ported or go even small for a sealed 10. Heck even an IDQ15 v2 will work with that airspace.



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    Re: Dayton HO 10

    the dayton ho ten works best in .7 net tuned to 30hz.



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    Re: Dayton HO 10

    TC, did you ever try the dayton sealed? I don't remember reading if you did or not but I am thinking you didn't. Just curious is all, Wondering how 4 of them would work behind my seat in about 2.2 cubes sealed.



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    Re: Dayton HO 10

    i have been looking at these also, and i am pretty sure they are much more capable as a ported box woofer. If you have 2.2 cubes or a little more, run three ported, and you should be happy. Bass_lover on here said he liked the SQ and the output more of two Dayton 10's over his ported XXX15.



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    Re: Dayton HO 10

    SEARCH FUNCTION FTW!!! To add to this question though. what thickness MDF would you suggest for a box for this sub. would half inch be enough??




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    Re: Dayton HO 10

    Try the new SI Magv4 12, and let us know how you like it. It should be quite happy
    sealed in .9 cubes net.



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    Re: Dayton HO 10

    when you say net, do you mean before or after sub displacement?




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    Re: Dayton HO 10

    net means after port and sub. Gross is before. As I understand it, PE's recommendations are gross volumes, and then they tell you how large and long the port should be. it probably comes out to about .7 net.



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    Re: Dayton HO 10

    where do they have that information about port size? I dont see it on the website




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    Re: Dayton HO 10

    Quote Originally Posted by cbrei1023 View Post
    where do they have that information about port size? I dont see it on the website
    It isn't on there you have to email them or do that online help line thingy...if they still have it.

    Regardless, the sizes they tell you are a bit off IMO. IIRC they recommended me 1.8 cubes sealed which is quite a bit larger than I would ever think of using. The 12" HO I had prior, didn't like 1.2 sealed so I knew that their recommendation was pretty far off. Though for a low powered home audio app I'm sure that would work, but then again, that's what the HF is for.

    Aim for .6-.7 cubes after all displacements, IE port and driver, tune it to 30hz with 10-12 sq inches of port, and you will be set.

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    Re: Dayton HO 10

    They have the information in the catalog. Bass_lover, how did you find the 10 compared to the 12? i am considering one 12 or 2 10's.



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    Re: Dayton HO 10

    Quote Originally Posted by BLD 25 View Post
    They have the information in the catalog. Bass_lover, how did you find the 10 compared to the 12? i am considering one 12 or 2 10's.
    Going from memory, since the setups were installed about 2 years apart from each other, and I have vastly different front stages paired up with each drivers, but they had a similar sound.

    The box I had the 12 in was a bit too large for it, and the enclosure for the 10s is nearly perfect IMO, so the comparison isn't really fair. I like the 10s quite a bit more for that reason. The 12 in a .8 cube sealed enclosure in a small hatchback or ext. cab truck would probably be enough if you just want to fill in the bottom end a little bit. The pair of 10s on the other hand, in the proper ported enclosure should satisfy the majority of people, unless of course you're looking for obnoxiously loud.

    It really comes down to what you're looking for. The single 12 is going to be easier to push to its limits if you want decent output, a pair of the 10s need a harder push to reach the limits but up to that point the output is very pleasing with a controlled but not over bearing sound.



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    Re: Dayton HO 10

    What is the displacement of this sub?




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