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Earthquake Sound SWS-8X 8" 300 Watts 4 Ohm Shallow Subwoofer (pair)

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Earthquake Sound Corporation is the original inventor of the Shallow Woofer System (SWS) that produces a lot of bass from a small space.

Designed to replace the BMW factory speakers that are located under the front seats, the SWS-8X requires no modification. Simply remove the seats and replace the factory woofers with the exact-fitting SWS-8X woofers to improve the sound quality of your mobile audio.

In addition to BMW cars, the SWS series are the perfect BASS solution for any car. Many factories are now using woofers in small areas. To improve your bass, simply replace the factory speakers with the SWS woofers.

Inverted style cone design for maximum excursion in shallow mount applications
NOMEX/ROMEX spider assembly
Aluminum Bobbin
Low profile mount for placement anywhere
High temperature voice with heat-sink attachment
Protected by 3 U.S. patents
4 Ohm Impedance
Authorized Dealer

BMW Replacement Subwoofer Installation Informantion.pdf
Installation Reference Guide.pdf

Speaker Diameter: 8"
Mounting Depth: 2-1/8"
Cutout Mounting Hole: 7-7/8"
Weight: 8lbs
Voice Coil Diameter: 1.5"
Aluminum Bobbin
Power Rating RMS: 150W
Power Rating MAX: 300W
Revc: 3.76 Ohms

2 x SWS-8X Subwoofer
2 x Adapter
2 x Template
2 x Installation Reference Guide

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