I finally finished the install of my DTS-10. It is mounted in a closet behind the screen wall of my Theater. Many of you have closets next to your Theater in a basement. I would seriously give this sub a look. The output can not be matched for the money.
Here is the room pre DTS with 2 HSU ULS-15's.
Here is a photo with the DTS-10 installed.
Going in I knew the placement of the mouth would work because I had measured the other subs there. I used a 10" mouth extension to penetrate the wall. The port is sealed very well to the cabinet. I mounted the grill and was not able to get it to stop buzzing. I did not want to use foam tape because it would look like hell. The solution was clear cabinet door bumpers near every screw. It suspends the grill off the wood.
Here is the FR after I EQ'd it with a BFD. I was going for a house curve. I tried flat initially and I did not like the sound.
Finally here is the closet it is mounted in, I pointed out to the wife that there is enough room to hang a sweater on the right so I did not use the whole closet!
I am powering it with a Behringer EP4000. I find the Behringer does a good job. As much as I tried I can't get the DTS to miss behave and the clip lights don't come on. As I had mentioned in previous posts the DTS significantly "outdoes" my prior setup which included a 15" ported sub acting as a Mid bass module. The SPL peaks are similar but the DTS produces much more impact.
The People at Danley were also very helpful and answered all the questions I had about my specific install. All around a great experience, great product.