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  • Pete Schumacher
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    Re: Hmm, Dayton RS28F - F??? What have we here?

    Originally posted by charlielaub View Post
    It looks to me that they moved the location of the dome forward, so that it projects above the face plate. That would explain the better response in the top octave shown in the graph. But that's just my guess. I would love to get these in my hands to test them!

    -Charlie
    Too bad the sensitivity took a hit.

    Now, according to the spec sheet, both the RS28A and RS28F have 88dB/1W input, yet the RS28a spec sheet shows a 91dB sensitivity where the RS28F shows 88dB. I wonder if both are actually using 1W or if the RS28A is getting 2W for the chart on the PDF?
    Last edited by Pete Schumacher; 11-10-2009, 02:10 PM. Reason: inconsistent data?

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  • charlielaub
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    Re: Hmm, Dayton RS28F - F??? What have we here?

    It looks to me that they moved the location of the dome forward, so that it projects above the face plate. That would explain the better response in the top octave shown in the graph. But that's just my guess. I would love to get these in my hands to test them!

    -Charlie

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  • Dirk
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    Re: Hmm, Dayton RS28F - F??? What have we here?

    Whoa. If that response graph is to be trusted, that's impressive. The response dip from the RS28A seems to be gone.

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  • critofur
    started a topic Hmm, Dayton RS28F - F??? What have we here?

    Hmm, Dayton RS28F - F??? What have we here?

    What's this?

    http://www.parts-express.com/pe/show...number=275-140

    :eek:

    Interesting...
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