D Class 5x7" / 6x8" Coaxial
The D Class Coaxials are high tech, high fidelity speakers designed for the listener wanting to go well beyond the standard factory upgrade.
For the D Class speakers, our focus on sound quality started with precision motor assemblies. The machined magnet gaps are driven with high-energy strontium magnets providing strong output from a compact design. We also incorporated distortion reducing copper shorting rings for flux modulation and inductance control. The cones are made of a rigid pulp with acoustic treatment applied to the front, reducing cone breakup while providing water/humidity resistance. The compressed rubber surrounds are ultra durable and have been optimized for light weight to increase sensitivity.
The tweeter side of the D Class coaxial is our neo driven T2 25mm ultra-light diaphragm tweeter. Its diaphragm is less than 0.003 of an inch thick; that’s almost nothing of a mm. The proprietary dome fabric is so thin it’s virtually see through, well, actually it is see through. The ultra-light dome is coupled to a low-distortion neo motor. We also used a high tolerance mylar capacitor for the built in high pass crossover allowing the T2 tweeter to effortlessly exude crystal clear highs.
The D Class coaxials are designed with the same exotic features as esoteric separates at a price that fits any enthusiast’s budget. Why settle for OEM sound when a DD upgrade is so easy?
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|Driver Size - in||5x7|
|Power Band - Watts||50-150|
|Frequency Response - Hz||40-25k|
|Cutout Diameter - in||4.96 x 7.16|
|Mounting Depth - in||2.29|
|Shipping Weight - lbs||8|
Any DD Audio Product bearing the Marine Grade logo incorporates water resistant features enabling it to be used in applications where moderate exposure to moisture will not result in damage to the product.
Marine Grade products are not waterproof, and submersion or excessive moisture exposure may result in product failure. DD Audio Marine Grade products are not certified for saltwater environments.