Are Dayton Speakers good?
While your first choice might be a Bluetooth speaker or even a sound bar, the ultra-affordable Dayton Audio MK402 makes an excellent case for building a stereo system on a budget. These speakers may not look high-end, but more importantly, they don’t sound low-end.
Is Dayton Audio Made in China?
While most of the engineering and development work is performed in the US, Dayton Audio goods are manufactured in North America, Europe, and Asia.
Where is Dayton Audio located?
Dayton Audio is based in Springboro, O.H.
Is Klipsch high-end?
Klipsch is one of the leading high-end speaker companies for more than 50 years and their speakers are known for their high quality, durability and great… sound.
What is a Dayton b652?
Available from Parts Express (catalog #300-652), the Dayton B652 is a simple two-way, sealed-cabinet design with a 6.5″ polypropylene mid/woofer and a ferrofluid-cooled, 5/8″ polycarbonate tweeter. The cabinet is clad in black vinyl and has a removable grille of black cloth.
What do you think about the b652’s?
These sound a little bright at the top, a little weak in the bass, and like there is a hole in the treble. The nasty sound from the tweeter on the B652’s has been replaced with something that does not offend, but it’s also bright and shiny in the top octaves.
How much does a b652 dome tweeter cost?
If you ditch the pleated planar tweeter for a more conventional dome, the price drops to $39.80/pair for the regular B652—unless you want fries (oops, I meant a Class D amp) with that. Then the price goes to $69.60 for the dome-tweeter version including amplification.
What kind of woofer does the b652 have?
For an inexpensive speaker, the B652 boasts an unusually large 6.5-inch polypropylene cone woofer. That’s augmented by a ferrofluid-cooled 5/8-inch polycarbonate dome tweeter. The speaker’s impedance is rated at 8 ohms.