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Alphasonik AS10DF 10" 1200 Watts 4-Ohm Down Fire Shallow Mount Flat Enclosed Subwoofer
By installing the subwoofer downward, the AS down-firing enclosures optimize bass response with superior efficiency for richer, deeper, heart pounding low frequency sounds regardless of the enclosure installed position. The sleek design of the AS enclosures allows for installation anywhere in the vehicle, they can be installed vertically or horizontally. The durable MDF wood construction is designed to reduce vibration. Additionally, a special bonding sealer is used to create an air-tight seal to increase joint strength as well as bass reflex. The spun aluminum cone stays rigid even with the most powerful bass notes. Alphasonik's compact down-firing enclosures perform superbly, producing extreme bass with minimal space.
- 10" Shallow Subwoofer Down-Fire Sealed Enclosure
- Peak: 1200 watts | RMS: 400 watts
- Impedance: 4 Ohm | Frequency Response: 30Hz - 500Hz | Sensitivity: 95dB
- Spun Aluminum Cone | Rubber EPDM Surround | Copper Wound Kapton Voice Coil | MDF Construction
- Sensitivity: 95dB | Frequency Response: 30Hz - 500Hz
- 20 Hz to 114 Hz frequency range
- Enclosure Dimensions: 18.7" x 6.1" x 12.2" / 475mm x 155mm x 310mm
What is Proposition 65?
California’s Proposition 65 protects California consumers by requiring special warnings for products that contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm where those products would expose consumers to such chemicals above certain threshold levels.
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Why are you seeing the message now?
California implemented new guidelines for Proposition 65 warnings, effective August 30, 2018. These guidelines were applied to make the warnings more clear and reasonable.
Where can you get more information about Proposition 65?
Learn more from the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) site here.