Receivers & Amplifiers
The Dayton Reference Series dome midrange delivers excellent off-axis response and midrange performance. High quality construction includes a cast aluminum faceplate, metal grill, vented former, and copper clad pole piece.
The NAD T 787 AV Surround Sound Receiver's remarkable performance brings movies and music to life. It's the ideal choice for the most advanced home theatre and multi-room systems. Our T 787 features high definition 3D video at resolutions up to 1080p, decoding of all the latest surround sound formats, and a whole lot of pure, clean power. Add our exclusive Modular Design Construction...
The Dayton Audio MA1240a is a freestanding, twelve channel amplifier designed for custom multi-room sound distribution. Its intelligently engineered and versatile design integrates easily into high-end whole house audio systems.
The Dayton Audio DTA-100a provides 50 watts of clean Class T digital power per channel, a built-in headphone amplifier, and two stereo inputs to connect all your portable and permanent audio devices.
I remember reading back issues of Stereo Review and seeing reviews of the PE series amplifiers. According to the tests they were actually underrated from their advertised specifications. Julian Hirsch, editor and product tester for the magazine, found the 2200PE amplifier, rated at 100 continuous watts per channel and 400 watts per channel peak, could produce over 500 watts per channel into...
The Dayton Audio MCA2250E multi-channel amplifier helps you create a custom 2.1 audio system. It's a fully-featured amp that drives two main speakers and a mono sub from a single chassis!
Choose the Dayton Audio DA30 for your fixed audio application. Its small size fits neatly away for security, while its big sound is able to fill classrooms and conference rooms.
Optional truncated faceplate for Dayton Audio Reference Series tweeter applications like line arrays or compact mini-monitors that demand reduced frontal area.
The Dayton Audio 32mm Balanced Exciter is specially balanced so that when applied to vertical surfaces, the surface comes alive with sound.
Dayton Audio's versitile APA150 can deliver 75 watts into 2 channels, or 150 watts into 8 ohms when set to bridge-mono mode. A built-in, switchable low-pass filter makes this a great subwoofer amp, and full range line-level outputs allow for bi-amp configurations.