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  • Dayton Audio MK Boom - BOOM BOOM BOOM

    Dayton Audio MK Boom - BOOM BOOM BOOM

    The Dayton Audio MK series of speakers have become a popular, fan favorite bookshelf speaker. Utilizing the same drivers as the great sounding MK series, the MKBoom DIY Bluetooth speaker kit carries on family legacy while adding grab-n-go portability.

    Powered by the efficient, yet robust Dayton Audio KAB-230v3 Bluetooth amplifier board, the MKBoom features 2 x 30 watts of output while minimizing power draw. Since power consumption is low, the amp board can be powered by 18650 Li-Ion...
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  • 2019 Speaker Design Competition Winners

    2019 Speaker Design Competition Winners

    The Midwest Audiofest Speaker Design Competition continues to shine as an exhibition of creativity, technical aptitude and audio excellence. Contestants traveled to our southwest Ohio location from as far away as New York, California, and South Carolina for this annual competition.

    Special thanks to our judges for contributing their ears and expertise: Jerry McNutt of Eminence, Vance Dickason, who founded Speaker Research Associates, and Tom Perazella, who is a Freelance Writer for...
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  • B&C Speakers... Large Signal Parameters

    B&C Speakers... Large Signal Parameters

    Written by: Bennett Prescott

    Every loudspeaker designer should be familiar with Thiele/Small parameters1, usually abbreviated T/S. Originally defined in the 1960s, they are a simple model of how transducers behave – mostly useful for designing ported cabinets like subwoofers. In 1971 they were brought to the attention of the US audio world by A. Neville Thiele, a native Australian, and Richard H. Small, a San Diego native who moved “down
    under” to work with Thiele. This...
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  • HOW SPEAKERS ARE BUILT: A Look Inside the Eminence Factory

    HOW SPEAKERS ARE BUILT: A Look Inside the Eminence Factory

    By Cobi Stein

    The first electronic loudspeaker designs were introduced in the 1920s, and while there have been many improvements in component materials over the decades, not much has changed in the basic functionality of a loudspeaker: a permanent magnet interacts with an electromagnet (voice coil) to move a cone back and forth, which produces sound waves. Founded in 1966, Eminence has been a leading
    supplier of loudspeakers for professional audio, musical instrument, car audio,...
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  • Dats V3 Dayton Audio Test System - Available for Pre-Order Now!

    Dats V3 Dayton Audio Test System - Available for Pre-Order Now!

    An essential tool for speaker designers and audio engineers.

    When designing speakers, accurate parameters are a requirement for great success. After a decade of widespread use, The Dayton Audio Test System (DATS) has now acquired an impressive reputation for fast and accurate testing in the world of loudspeaker design and production. Wide user praise is revealed in the 91 user reviews of DATS V2 at the Parts Express web site with an average of 4.6 / 5.0 stars.

    Users loved...
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  • The Small Adjustable DC Voltage Digital 5A Power Supply Project

    The Small Adjustable DC Voltage Digital 5A Power Supply Project

    By: Mark P.
    Parts Express Line Manager

    It’s inconvenient to lug a big, heavy adjustable 30V 5A DC power supply just to test a 12 VDC amplifier away from your bench. This kit helps shrink the weight and size by using an external AC/DC adapter that you may have laying around the house from an old laptop or portable DVD player. Parts Express Adjustable Step-Down Digital Regulator Board (#320-615) turns that old laptop adapter into a 3 to 19 VDC 4A variable power supply. If you...
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  • Dayton Audio — Setting the New Outdoor Standard

    Dayton Audio — Setting the New Outdoor Standard

    By: Ronnie P.
    Parts Express Line Manager

    Dayton Audio has once again set out to challenge perceptions that fantastic-sounding speakers have to break the bank. Dayton Audio’s new line of indoor/outdoor speakers and subwoofers deliver exceptional value and performance while remaining cost-effective.

    Outdoor Speakers Have Never Sounded So Good The Dayton Audio IO65XT 6-1/2" indoor/outdoor speaker delivers a shocking low-end response which is uncharacteristic of...
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  • Parts Express Stock-toberfest

    Parts Express Stock-toberfest

    The 2nd Annual Stock-toberfest is happening on October 17th and 18th at Parts Express! Shop online at www.parts-express.com
    Starts
    10-16-2019
    Ends
    10-17-2019
    Location
    Parts Express Website
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  • Dayton Audio Introduces a New Line of Commercial Pendant Speakers

    Dayton Audio Introduces a New Line of Commercial Pendant Speakers

    DAYTON, OH (January 22, 2019) - Following the long-standing tradition of high-quality speakers, Dayton Audio is proud to introduce a great sounding indoor / outdoor pendant speaker line. The pendant line offers both a 4" (WP4BT) and 6.5" (WP65BT) speaker to fit the needs of a variety of installs from 70V commercial to 8 ohm residential.

    Whether for small residential systems or large commercial installs, the Dayton Audio pendant speakers not only provide top-notch audio fidelity...
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  • Turn Your Audio Setup into a Wireless System

    Turn Your Audio Setup into a Wireless System

    DAYTON, OH (December 10, 2018) – Enclosed in a small footprint, the Dayton Audio WBA31 Wi-Fi and Bluetooth audio receiver turns any audio setup into a modern, wireless enabled system.

    The WBA31 has the ability to stream via Wi-Fi with the Dayton Audio Hi-Fly app, Bluetooth, micro SD media player, or with a 3.5mm analog input. The Hi-Fly app can control device functions, streaming management, playback, and multi-room configuration. The receiver is compatible with Airplay for iOS devices...
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  • Dayton Audio MK Boom - BOOM BOOM BOOM
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    The Dayton Audio MK series of speakers have become a popular, fan favorite bookshelf speaker. Utilizing the same drivers as the great sounding MK series, the MKBoom DIY Bluetooth speaker kit carries on family legacy while adding grab-n-go portability.

    Powered by the efficient, yet robust Dayton Audio KAB-230v3 Bluetooth amplifier board, the MKBoom features 2 x 30 watts of output while minimizing power draw. Since power consumption is low, the amp board can be powered by 18650 Li-Ion...
    10-15-2019, 10:13 AM
  • 2019 Speaker Design Competition Winners
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    The Midwest Audiofest Speaker Design Competition continues to shine as an exhibition of creativity, technical aptitude and audio excellence. Contestants traveled to our southwest Ohio location from as far away as New York, California, and South Carolina for this annual competition.

    Special thanks to our judges for contributing their ears and expertise: Jerry McNutt of Eminence, Vance Dickason, who founded Speaker Research Associates, and Tom Perazella, who is a Freelance Writer for...
    10-14-2019, 03:40 PM
  • B&C Speakers... Large Signal Parameters
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    Written by: Bennett Prescott

    Every loudspeaker designer should be familiar with Thiele/Small parameters1, usually abbreviated T/S. Originally defined in the 1960s, they are a simple model of how transducers behave – mostly useful for designing ported cabinets like subwoofers. In 1971 they were brought to the attention of the US audio world by A. Neville Thiele, a native Australian, and Richard H. Small, a San Diego native who moved “down
    under” to work with Thiele. This...
    10-14-2019, 03:28 PM
  • HOW SPEAKERS ARE BUILT: A Look Inside the Eminence Factory
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    By Cobi Stein

    The first electronic loudspeaker designs were introduced in the 1920s, and while there have been many improvements in component materials over the decades, not much has changed in the basic functionality of a loudspeaker: a permanent magnet interacts with an electromagnet (voice coil) to move a cone back and forth, which produces sound waves. Founded in 1966, Eminence has been a leading
    supplier of loudspeakers for professional audio, musical instrument, car audio,...
    10-14-2019, 03:08 PM
  • Dats V3 Dayton Audio Test System - Available for Pre-Order Now!
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    An essential tool for speaker designers and audio engineers.

    When designing speakers, accurate parameters are a requirement for great success. After a decade of widespread use, The Dayton Audio Test System (DATS) has now acquired an impressive reputation for fast and accurate testing in the world of loudspeaker design and production. Wide user praise is revealed in the 91 user reviews of DATS V2 at the Parts Express web site with an average of 4.6 / 5.0 stars.

    Users loved...
    10-14-2019, 02:43 PM
  • The Small Adjustable DC Voltage Digital 5A Power Supply Project
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    By: Mark P.
    Parts Express Line Manager

    It’s inconvenient to lug a big, heavy adjustable 30V 5A DC power supply just to test a 12 VDC amplifier away from your bench. This kit helps shrink the weight and size by using an external AC/DC adapter that you may have laying around the house from an old laptop or portable DVD player. Parts Express Adjustable Step-Down Digital Regulator Board (#320-615) turns that old laptop adapter into a 3 to 19 VDC 4A variable power supply. If you...
    10-14-2019, 01:55 PM
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