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Alphasonik ABM80 DYNAMIS Series 8" 800 Watts 4-Ohms Mid Range Speaker (Pair)
The new DYNAMIS Series of mid-range drivers feature a custom tooled reinforced injection-molded ABS basket that holds a Y30 Ferrite magnet with 5MM top and bottom plates, a Non Pressed Paper Cone with a Black Accordion Cloth Surround that helps resonances to be kept under control.
Beyond its appealing looks, the cone is extremely light, providing excellent damping to keep an incredibly natural yet accurate sound even at higher volumes. The suspension design of the DYNAMIS Series mid-range speakers features a single-layer spider, which connects to the coil former with premium stitched tinsel leads, all being driven by a 1.5 inch voice coil for excellent thermal and mechanical capabilities in extreme circumstances and excellent power handling.
- The bullet phase plug acts as an additional cooling system by threading directly into the motor system and is designed to perfection for even sound dispersion.
- This listing contains: (2) ABM80 Mid Range Speakers (2) Speaker Wires (8) Screws (8) Speed Clips (1) Operations Manual
- Reinforced Injection Molded ABS Basket Non Pressed Paper Cone Cloth Accordion Surround Billet Aluminum Phase Plug
- Speaker Size: 8"
- Power RMS: 200 Watts
- Power MAX: 800 Watts
- Basket Type: Injection Molded ABS
- Magnet: 48 oz Ferrite
- Impedance: 4-Ohm
- Sensitivity: 107dB
- Frequency Response: 100Hz - 18kHz
- Mounting Depth: 3.46"
- Mounting Diameter: 7.87"
- Overall Diameter: 8"
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