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DXT-MON 182 Reference compact speaker

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Specifications

  • Frequency range (-3dB): ~ 36-> 20000Hz
  • Sensitivity (2,83V/1m): 84 dB
  • Crossover frequency: 1950Hz LR4
  • Nominal impedance: 4 Ohm
  • Principle: 2 ways, passive membrane
  • Net volume: 18l
  • Dimensions (HxWxD): 380x224x338mm

Applications

  • ambitious stereo applications in small to medium-sized rooms
  • passive near-field monitor
  • In home theater aplications as a main, center or rear speaker. With DXT-MON and DXT-Wave perfectly combinable

Characteristics

  • extremely neutral and precise reproduction
  • outstanding uniform directional behavior
  • lowest harmonic and non-linear distortions
  • the built-in drivers are of the highest quality
  • very impressive and effortless reproduction of even the lowest notes
  • Thanks to the passive membrane (Dayton DSA-215 PR) there are no problems with flow noise or "mid-range waste" that are frequently encountered in ventilated systems.

Components

Wavecor WF182BD09

Hobby Hifi 03 / 2014

These drivers (Note: WF182BD09 and WF182BD10) offer outstanding value for money. For audiophile and living room-friendly two-way floor boxes, they are simply perfect.

Seas DXT 27TBCD / GB (H1499)

Test

Dayton DSA-215PR

Measurements

Enclosure

  • 38mm front
  • Body 19mm
  • Interior walls with alubutyl (double) / HDF sandwich
  • Two struts between the side walls

Crossover

DXT-MON 182 Xover


8 thoughts too "DXT-MON 182 Reference compact speaker"

  1. Hi Alexander,
    are the struts of the DXT-MON 182 pi times thumb,
    or did you also do investigations / measurements?
    Wouldn't glued-in wooden struts have a similar effect?

    Is there a possibility to listen to one or the other kit on site?

    Greeting Detlef

    1. Hi Detlef,
      Yes, measured very extensively. Here is just one of many measurement series
      dxt_mon_182_innen
      The mic was ~ 15cm away from the side wall. Red is the untreated case.
      And yes, the threaded rods could, for example. be replaced by logs.
      Unfortunately I don't have a screening room at the moment.

      Regards

  2. Nice LS, but it is noticeable that you are already sticking to a concept (which admittedly also works well).
    For the station wagon with the Seas ER18RNX, I would take a look at the new SB.Acoustics PM (SB13PFCR-00, SB16PFCR-00, SB20PFCR-00), which should also look perfect!

    How about for a change with a real 3 way (with SB Acoustics, Sica or B&C Chassis + DXT or similar)

    gruß

    1. Hello "NoWay"
      No, I don't adhere to any concept. This one that I found (Seas DXT + oblique bevels) works so exceptionally well that I decided to make it a series.
      And this series still lacked the 7 ″ 1 ″ combination…

      I consider it critical that practically every loudspeaker, regardless of whether it makes sense or not, has become oblique in the meantime.

      DXT-Wave is a real 3-way with the Seas DXT, and it will soon be followed by another 3-way speaker in a classic arrangement.

      When choosing the drivers in the middle and low range, I see no reason to stray from the Wavecors. I simply consider it to be the best that is currently available to buy, and at a very moderate price.

      I like to look at the SB PMs. Thanks for the tip!

      Merry Christmas!

    1. Hi Adam
      It depends 🙂

      DXT-MON 182 is reflected in terms of directional behavior. What is, in my view preferable, but calls for some more attention in terms of room acoustics.
      So DXT-MON-182 does outperform Cinetor-Evo in terms of bass performance. It goes noticeably deeper + passive radiator vs. BR

      If I wanted a high level home cinema I'd choose Cinetro-EVO with subwoofer support. I also would prefer it if my room was ´cold´ in acoustical terms.

      Listening distance also may play a role. If it is very large Cinetor Evo maybe is to be prefered.

      So, to sum it up: For a 'simple and high quality stereo system' my choice would be, under most circumstances, DXT-MON 182..

  3. Nice thing, but also a really nice roar 🙂

    Could you also use the 220iger Accuton-PM?
    It is really expensive, but also visually and haptically
    a blast.

    gruß
    Matthias

    1. Hello Matthias!
      Yes, according to the simulation, it should work! The Seas SP22R would also work.
      I chose the Dayton because it works very well, in my opinion it looks good and it's cheap. The tin basket doesn't bother me, mounted there behind.
      The tuning of an alternative PM (Accuton / Seas) could be done with a simple impedance measurement.

      To the "Brummer"
      The nada of sound and tone, just to give an example, is ~ 45% larger 😉

      Regards

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