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Planet Audio PX10 10" 800W 4 Ohm Single Voice Coil Car Shallow Subwoofer (Each)

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Planet Audio PX10 10" 800W Car Shallow Subwoofer (Each)

The Planet Audio PX10 is a 10-inch subwoofer with 400 watts of RMS power that ensures proper handling of sustained music reproduction. With a sensitivity rating of 94 dB, the Planet Audio PX10 efficiently converts power to clear sound. This Planet Audio car speaker features a black poly injection cone for superior bass performance. Additionally, this 10-inch subwoofer has a single 4 ohm voice coil that creates a symmetrical magnetic field, which results in minimal distortion. A frequency response of 35-2000 Hz helps this Planet Audio car speaker to create an amazing bass effect.


  • Brand New *Planet Audio PX10* 10" 800 Watt Subwoofer
  • 800 Watt MAX
  • 400 Watt RMS
  • Single Voice Coil
  • Black Poly Injected Cone
  • Push Style Connectors
  • "Open Design" Black Stamped Steel Basket
  • Butyl Rubber Surrounds
  • Impedance: 4 Ohm
  • Frequency Response: 35Hz 2kHz
  • SPL: 94dB
  • Voice Coil: 2"KSV
  • Mounting Depth: 3 1/2”
  • Sold per each

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