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Alphasonik DSW510 Dynamis 500 Series 10" 2100 Watts Dual 4-Ohm Car Subwoofer (Each)

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Alphasonik DSW510 Dynamis 500 Series 10" 2100 Watts Dual 4-Ohm Car Subwoofer (Each)

Alphasonik's DYNAMIS series of die-cast subwoofers also utilizes the heavy-duty proprietary basket design, carbon fiber cones, and TLTF J-Surrounds. Combined with a slightly smaller motor structure. This combination of features allow to have the DYNAMIS series increased efficiency and an extended lower frequency response.


  • Cast aluminun CNC Machine Finished Alpha Basket
  • Motor Assembly Heat Sink
  • TLTF J-Surround
  • Low-Resonance Carbon Cone
  • High Tinsel Strength Two-Layer Surround
  • Progressive Spider
  • Exclusive Mounting Ring
  • Nickel Plated Push Terminals


  • 10" 500 SERIES Subwoofer
  • Power Handling 700 Watts RMS
  • Peak Handling: 2100 Watts MAX
  • Frequency Response: 30Hz - 500Hz
  • 110 oz. Double-Stacked Magnet
  • Efficiency: 85dB
  • Dual 4-ohms 2" Voice Coils
  • Mounting Dimensions:
  • Dept: 6.69" (170mm)
  • Through Hoke: 8.88 (225mm)
  • Diameter: 10.19" (259mm)

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