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Is there any other subwoofers that model well for the 36"24"36" THT besides the Dayton DVC? Would the Eminence 3050lf work if not is there an equivalent to the Dayton?
 

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Agreed with lennon, he's a smart man. The tht is designed around a driver of almost exact spec as the dayton dvc. So that being said I really don't think your going to extract any extra performance since this horn is designed for that sub. Sure you may be able to design a better horn for a better sub but it then won't be a tht. Main this is why isn't the dayton good enough or an option?
 

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Well I've owned Dayton in the past and had a problem with defects. I had to sent 2 Dayton rss390hf back. It was no big deal they where replaced with no problems . I was just wondering if there was driver that was spec'd similar to the Dayton DVC that would work. If not its no big issue I was just curious.
 

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The classic tempest.
 

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Originally Posted by FlyingGuillotine /forum/post/18199391


Well I've owned Dayton in the past and had a problem with defects. I had to sent 2 Dayton rss390hf back. It was no big deal they where replaced with no problems . I was just wondering if there was driver that was spec'd similar to the Dayton DVC that would work. If not its no big issue I was just curious.

Almost every mass production product goes through some short periods of problems, e.g. Toyota.


But, it is one of the most mass produced/used drivers around. The odds that you would have issues with another one are slim at best.

Stick with what is proven and works well, Tempest or Dayton.
 

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Originally Posted by FlyingGuillotine /forum/post/18199391


Well I've owned Dayton in the past and had a problem with defects. I had to sent 2 Dayton rss390hf back. It was no big deal they where replaced with no problems . I was just wondering if there was driver that was spec'd similar to the Dayton DVC that would work. If not its no big issue I was just curious.

Dayton does not make drivers, so one can't say there's any problem with the 'brand'. Very few driver retailers actually make drivers; I estimate over 90% are sourced. The DVC, BTW, is an Eminence driver, as was the original Tempest.
 
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