Weight: 5.2 lbs, Diameter: 10.125″, Depth: 4.06″, Cutout size: 8.75″




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Weber’s DT-10 speaker provides warm smooth tone with good bottom end. The 20oz magnet helps keep the speaker somewhat inefficient, so you can drive your amp into overdrive more easily than with a more efficient speaker. Excellent replacement for CTS ceramics in Super Reverbs, as well as a solid choice for Princetons and Vibroluxes where you want to get some drive from those amps without a thin and harsh treble.

We wish to recognize Willie Whittaker (Lord Valve) for his invaluable input to Ted in designing these 10″ speakers years ago.

10″, 20oz Ceramic magnet, 30 watt, 1.5″ voice coil, inverted-rib seamed cone, 3″ paper vented dustcap.

• What’s Dope?

Ted Weber Speakers are built with tighter, more concentric voice coil gaps, and lower carbon, machined steel parts in the magnet circuits which yield a stronger, more controlled tone at all volumes, particularly in the low end at high volumes.


Ted Weber Speakers are hand-built to order, to ensure the best attention to detail is paid to your speaker.  We build them one at a time, on a table – not hundreds at a time on an assembly line.  This allows us to reduce the margin for error and produce an overall higher-quality speaker.  Please allow 7-10 business days for your order to be built and then shipped.

6 reviews for DT10

  1. Don

    I have the 8-ohm DT-10 in a hand wired, slightly moded, Princeton Reverb AA1164 circuit. The cleans are very clear with a bell like chime and articulate in both hi and lo channels. The lo input stays clear and the chord tones all ring out staying separated and can be driven into mild distortion (in my build). The Hi input displays many of the same characteristics as the lo input with noticeably more volume and it holds together up to pretty high volume for a 12-watt amp and then the distortion comes in. The distortion stays controlled throughout the usable volume range, which is at a pretty high volume for a low wattage amp. Tremolo and reverb really come out too. Reverb can be pushed into a hall like effect through this speaker.

  2. Blaine (verified owner)

    Amp: Fender Vibro King
    I bought these speakers about a year ago to replace the trio of Jensen reissues in my Vibro King. After these speakers have had some time to really break in they have become absolutely AWESOME! The VK has gone from an amp I forced myself to use since I paid so much for it to now it’s my favourite amp. The DT10’s are balanced, clear, and have WAAAAY more low end response than the Jensens (my bass knob actually does something now haha). The highs are sweet and there’s not a hint of brittleness or ice pick in there. It is important to stick with them until broken in. They will seem a bit bright at first but they mellow over time – and your patience will pay off!

  3. Mark Scola (verified owner)

    Modern speakers can be kind of bright. I know this because I own/use lots of different woofers (Celestions, EV, Eminence, JBL, etc).

    One of the great things about hearing/playing a really great vintage combo amp is all the sonic rough edges are smoothed out.

    And that’s exactly what the DT Series sounds like to me. Right out of the box the top end is silky and sweet with a beautiful mid range and round bottom plus, with their lower efficiency, they go into break-up earlier and very smoothly. They’re a thing of beauty to hear.

    On CJ’s recommendation, I bought a pair of DT-10’s for my ’65 modded Blackface Bandmaster (AB763) and a 5F6-A modded Bassman kit. Now I’m playing every amp I own thru them. I’m loving the tone! Don’t forget to ask Weber to break in the speakers for you!

  4. Miguel (verified owner)

    Blown away by these speakers so far! I have them in a 2×10 setup in my custom 22-watt ab763 circuit. Far from broken in and they already sound wonderful. They are warm but still can put forth some high end shimmer if you choose to. As they break in, I know I will have to turn the treble down a tad but that’s no problem as these circuits tend to be bright anyways. I got the baskets a custom color painted to match the tolex of the combo – great job on the work! Above all, I appreciate C.J. and his advice to get these speakers and to answer all my questions. He has an informative speaker break-in article that anyone should read to help clear up some misconceptions about the process. I thought I knew enough about them but I was wrong! I will enjoy these speakers for years to come. Thanks Weber team!

  5. Lord Valve (verified owner)

    The DT-10 kicks more ass than Jackie Chan. Careful – may cause addiction!

  6. Dan

    Sounds fantastic in my Pro Jr.
    Love the warmth and early breakup.

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