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    What are people's thoughts on the Dayton Titanic MK III series?

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    Re: What are people's thoughts on the Dayton Titanic MK III series?

    They look nice, I've been wanting to try one of them for Home usage



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    Re: What are people's thoughts on the Dayton Titanic MK III series?

    Quote Originally Posted by UMWDawg92 View Post
    They look nice, I've been wanting to try one of them for Home usage
    I have a hard time understanding the difference between a home theater subwoofer and car audio subwoofer. Aren't they both producing bass notes?




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    Re: What are people's thoughts on the Dayton Titanic MK III series?

    Great sealed box or infinite baffle sub



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    Re: What are people's thoughts on the Dayton Titanic MK III series?

    Quote Originally Posted by HeHeHaHaHoHo View Post
    I have a hard time understanding the difference between a home theater subwoofer and car audio subwoofer. Aren't they both producing bass notes?
    Most home theater subs are designed to play a little lower to add the LFE to movies and generally they are more efficent and don't handle as much power, and many require very large enclosures... there are alot of exceptions to this but just generally speaking that's the main difference



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    Re: What are people's thoughts on the Dayton Titanic MK III series?

    Dayton Titanic subs are supposed to be pretty nice, the 15 incher is $220 shipped and has an xmax of 20.5mm and 24Hz Fs so that's good.



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    Re: What are people's thoughts on the Dayton Titanic MK III series?

    Quote Originally Posted by UMWDawg92 View Post
    Most home theater subs are designed to play a little lower to add the LFE to movies and generally they are more efficent and don't handle as much power, and many require very large enclosures... there are alot of exceptions to this but just generally speaking that's the main difference
    Definitely some exceptions cause my home speakers don't get low for ****, and I'm talking like mid 40s and below



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    Most properly done 15 inch subwoofers are not suited for car audio use simply due to box size requirements.

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    Re: What are people's thoughts on the Dayton Titanic MK III series?

    Can't go wrong with Dayton. I've had a couple of the 12s and a 15. Very clean sounding and well built. Single four ohm though. Dual voice coil would be nice to allow for more wiring options especially in car audio use.




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