DNS-210 is LOUD!

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Re: DNS-210 is LOUD!

Postby Bassmann1968 » Tue Jan 21, 2020 2:24 pm

To be fair, we have to say that it is also the biggest enclosure I have seen for a 210.
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Re: DNS-210 is LOUD!

Postby RipVanDan » Tue Jan 21, 2020 9:53 pm

It's certainly the tallest although not two wide or deep. From what I understand - correct me if I'm wrong - the reason it is so tall compared to his Eden designs is because of the flared and textured shelf port. Flaring it to improve the acceleration of air out of the port necessitated a taller cab.

Actually, It's not much larger than the Eden D210XLT

D210XLT is 19½" tall x 23" wide x 18½" deep
DNS-210 is 21" tall (1½" taller than D210XLT) x 23¾" wide (¾" wider) x 16" deep (2½" shallower)

Of course the D210XLT has both upper and lower Shelf Ports. Compare it to the D210XST, which just has the one shelf port and the DNS-210 is a whopping 4" taller.

Yup, definitely taller than David's earlier designs and probably the tallest on the market. Of course, it's the best sounding too...
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