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Do you guys think the Dayton Ref 10" High output would work well in a .6 cu ft sealed box with about 250 watts rms going to it? How might the Dayton compare to an ID10v3 in the same setup? The ID's requirements are more suited to what I can provide, but I think it would be neat to try out the Dayton.


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not sure what the deal is, so dont quote me if this is wrong

but I threw the HF version into bass box pro (partsexpress program updated to the newest version)

and I got


a) 0.82 cu ft no poly fill, OR

b) 0.631 with typical fill

c) 0.5 cu ft with heavy fill ( I assume 1 lb) so take that for what its worth

id get the HF verison, and some polyfill considering the power you have

and Im deciding the same thing

dayton 10" or id10v3 (although Ill be running four of either :) )
 

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not sure what the deal is, so dont quote me if this is wrong

but I threw the HF version into bass box pro (partsexpress program updated to the newest version)

and I got


a) 0.82 cu ft no poly fill, OR

b) 0.631 with typical fill

c) 0.5 cu ft with heavy fill ( I assume 1 lb) so take that for what its worth

id get the HF verison, and some polyfill considering the power you have

and Im deciding the same thing

dayton 10" or id10v3 (although Ill be running four of either :) )


Haha....4....... wish I had the space for that. Maybe I will go for the HF. Hmmm
 

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So we're not sure whether the HO or HF would work best in .6 cuft sealed.... Is it even worth running the sub with only 250watts?


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My winisd calcs say that the HF 10" would work very well in .60 box with some fiberfill. 200watts should be plenty unless you want a lot of thump!

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