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Alphasonik NSW408 Neuron Series 8" 750 Watts Dual 4 Ohms Subwoofer (Single)

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Alphasonik NSW408 Neuron Series 8" 750 Watts Dual 4 Ohms Subwoofer (Single)

This 8‚ÄĚ Neuron 400 Series Subwoofer has a proprietary heavy gauge stamped steel ‚ÄúAlpha‚ÄĚ Basket for extra durability and longevity. The laminated non-pressed pulp paper cone provides EPDM surround for enhanced control at extreme temperatures. Rated at 250 watts RMS / 750 watts MAX you will be hearing high-quality bass where ever you go! Today, the new Alphasonik is committed to pushing the envelope with regards to technology, quality, and value. Their electronics feature audiophile parts and circuit topology designed to let the full musical experience come through, loud and clear.


  • Proprietary Heavy Gauge Stamped Steel “Alpha” Basket
  • Laminated non pressed pulp paper cone with fiberglass
  • EPDM surround for Enhanced Control at Extreme Temperatures
  • Rated at 250 watts RMS / 750 watts MAX
  •  86 dB @ 1w/1m
  • 42 oz Magnet
  • Frequency Response: 35-500 Hz
  • Dual 4Ω 1½” voice coils
  • 8 gauge nickel-plated input terminals
  • Mounting Dimensions Depth: 102mm / 4.02” [Through Hole: 184mm / 7.24”]
  • Diameter: 220mm / 8.66”

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