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Old 12th April 2004, 01:53 AM   #1
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Question Who has experience for Dayton titanic MKII subwoofer?

Who has experience for Dayton titanic MKII?
I want to build a pair of subwoofer. The box volume limited to 60-120 Liters. I searched Parts-Express Web to find 12" speaker unit for home audio, calculated the F3 ,Xmax one by one. Finaly I feel that "Dayton titanic MKII" may be the best one. But I did not found the measurement result for it's THD or diyers report. So I am wandering if the "Dayton titanic MKII" is the best.
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Old 12th April 2004, 02:56 AM   #2
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ive heard that the pioneer XLS 12'' has lower distortion than even the titanic mk3. id check that one out too.
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ive heard that the pioneer XLS 12'' has lower distortion than even the titanic mk3. id check that one out too.
Distortion testing

BTW, Mikey, do you know Viperoni in real life?
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Old 13th April 2004, 12:44 AM   #5
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454,

No, I don't know him personally. I found that link on the Parts Express board. Titantics are well known over there.

What is a Pioneer XLS 12? I've never heard of it. Anyone have a link?
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LOL... He means "Peerless" XLS.
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oops....yeah thats what i mean.....
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Old 13th April 2004, 03:11 AM   #8
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Duh.....I should have known.
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Old 14th April 2004, 02:50 AM   #9
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Smile I calculated 3 drivers mentioned above

Thanks for all.
After reading your reply, I calculated 3 drivers mentioned above by UniBox (Excel tool). But I did not find the "Adire Audio Shiva". The results display to "F3(Hz) - Level(db) at 20Hz" followed.
Example: "38 - 101" means "F3 is 38Hz and sound level is 101db at 20Hz".

Driver Type (1)NHT1259 (2)peerless XLS12 (3)Dayton TitanMKII (4) Audiocone. DV12
Fs(Hz) (1)19, 16.5 (2)18.1 (3)22 (4)17
Qts (1)0.46, 0.46 (2)0.199 (3)0.41 (4)0.44
SPLmax at Pn(db) (1)107,107 (2)112.6 (3)112 (4)109
closed 66LBox (1)30 - 98 ,28 - 98 (2)80 - 99 (3)38 - 101 (4)32 - 97
closed 120L (1)27 - 100,27 - 100 (2)83 - 100(3)38.3 - 103 (4)27 - 101
vented 66L Box (1)29 - 99 ,28 - 98 (2)31 - 97 (3)27 - 104 (4)33 - 97
vented 120L (1)22 - 104,22 - 103 (2)26 - 100 (3)21 - 109 (4)27 - 102
It seems that the NHT1259 is similar to TitanicMKII.
Could somebody induce me to have more THD data or compare the sound's quality.
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I believe the Titanic is a clone of the NHT 1259 - that's why they model similarly.
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