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Earthquake Sound SUB8 8″ 8-Ohm 300 Watts MAX Passive In-Wall or In-Ceiling Subwoofer

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Earthquake Sound SUB8 8″ 8-Ohm 300 Watts MAX Passive In-Wall or In-Ceiling Subwoofer

The SUB8 In-Wall /Ceiling Subwoofer is equipped with a 100% copper wire iron core to filter vocals and instruments leaving the listener with pure bass. Constructed from long-lasting and high-quality components, the SUB6 is a great choice to quickly and efficiently add more bass to any room whether it is for new constructions or existing home theaters.


  • Woofer Size: 8″
  • Power Handling: 300-Watts MAX
  • 100Hz LP 6dB/Oct filter network crossover
  • Frequency Response: 30Hz–50Hz
  • Sensitivity: 86.7dB
  • Impedance: 8-Ohm
  • Voice Coil Diameter: 1.5″ (38.1mm)
  • Wide surround for deeper bass and higher speaker excursion
  • Push type spring loaded terminals
  • Easy to use Turn ‘N’ Lock installation mechanism
  • Edgeless and paintable rust-resistant grille
  • Round and square grilles included
  • Rough-In Kit Ready: RK-EC8
  • Overall diameter: 10.5″ (267mm)
  • Cut out diameter: 9.5″ (240mm)
  • Mounting depth: 3.62″ (91.94mm)
  • Weight: 5.16 lbs (2.34kgs)

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