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Earthquake Sound FF10 10 inch 400 Watts Class A/B Subwoofer Power Amplifier (Each)

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Original price $404.10 - Original price $404.10
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$404.10
$404.10 - $404.10
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Earthquake Sound FF10 10 inch 400 Watts Class A/B Subwoofer Power Amplifier (Each)

Earthquake's FF subwoofer system was designed to offer consumer budget and volume optimized subwoofer system solutions.

With their small footprint, wide variety of applications and incredible output, these subwoofers feature a 400-Watt Class "A/B" amplifier, auto signal sensing, low and high level inputs and outputs, 0 - 180° phase shift as well as 0 - 40Hz crossover.

The FF10 subwoofer offers the most value for its affordable price.

Features

  • Front firing design
  • Single slot port for optimized bass output
  • Front mounted volume control
  • Built in 400-Watt Class "A/B" high efficiency power amplifier
  • 12dB/Octave variable filter from 40 Hz to 180 Hz
  • Automatic signal detection circuitry
  • Status LED indicators
  • Low level (RCA) audio inputs
  • Line through (RCA) audio outputs 
  • High level (high level) audio inputs
  • Line through (high level) audio output
  • 0 - 180° phase shift

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