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Alphasonik TSW310 Treis 300 Series 10" 1200 Watts Single 4-Ohm Car Subwoofer (Each)

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Alphasonik TSW310 Treis 300 Series 10" 1200 Watts Single 4-Ohm Car Subwoofer (Each)

The Treis Series shallow mount subwoofers are designed to deliver true subwoofer sound in a form that has a mounting depth of 3.46'. Alphasonik engineers recognized that there are scenarios where you just can't fit a full size subwoofer behind the seat in a pickup truck, in convertibles, in the trunk with golf bags, strollers, or whatever other assorted goodies we drive around with. Other shallow mount subwoofers in the market are not able to deliver true subwoofer performance, they are more like mid-bass drivers, unable to play those truly low notes that make owning a subwoofer fun.


  • Rated at 400 watts RMS / 1200 watts MAX
  • 84 dB @ 1w/1m
  • 48oz Magnet
  • Frequency Response: 28-500 Hz
  • Single 4Ω 2" voice coils
  • 8-gauge nickel-plated input terminals
  • Mounting dimensions: 
  • Depth: 3.46" (88mm)
  • Through Hole: 9.13" (232mm)  
  • Diameter: 10.63" (270mm)

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