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SpeakerCraft 8.2BAS 8" 100W In-Ceiling Deep Bass Subwoofer White (ea)

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SpeakerCraft 8.2BAS 8" 100W In-Ceiling Deep Bass Subwoofer White (ea)

Brand: SpeakerCraft
MPN: ASM90920-2
Condition: New

8" In-Ceiling Subwoofer
Metal Grill
Adjustable switches for changing the speaker phase and crossover points
Front Mounted Adjustable Low Pass Crossover
Front Mounted 180 Phase Reversal Switch
Ideal for large rooms
Recommended Amplifier - Bass Power 150
U.S. Patent No. D419, 561 & 6,101,262

Power Handling: 5-100 Watts
Recommended Amplifier Power: 100 watts (undistorted)
Speaker Type: In-Ceiling Downward Firing Passive Sub-Woofer
Woofer: 8" Dual Voice Coil woofer, IMG cone, Butyle Rubber Surround, Kapton Voice Coil
Woofer Construction: Pivoting and Rotating 8" Injection Molded Polypropylene Cone Woofer
Frequency Response: 30Hz - 120kHz or 30Hz - 80Hz
Sensitivity: 90 (dB)
Driver Impedance: 8 (Ohms)
Cut out Diameter: 11 15/16" x 3 3/4"
Dimensions (Diameter x Depth): 10 1/4

One SpeakerCraft 8.2 BAS Subwoofer
One Hole Template
One Grill

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