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Alphasonik PSW810

Alphasonik PSW810 is a 800w RMS 10“ subwoofer. It is built with Cast Aluminium Machine Cut “Alpha” Basket, motor assembly heat sink, Kevlar® Reinforced Composite Balanced and Laminated Cone, high tensile strength two-layers surround for Enhanced Control, Flat Progressive Rate Nomex® Damper with Spiral-Woven Leads, 135 oz. double-stacked magnet , dual 2-ohm 2-1/2” voice coils and 8-gauge lug-lock Input and output terminals.

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The PSW810 features its patented heat sink…

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Alphasonik PSW810

Alphasonik PSW810 is a 800w RMS 10“ subwoofer. It is built with Cast Aluminium Machine Cut “Alpha” Basket, motor assembly heat sink, Kevlar® Reinforced Composite Balanced and Laminated Cone, high tensile strength two-layers surround for Enhanced Control, Flat Progressive Rate Nomex® Damper with Spiral-Woven Leads, 135 oz. double-stacked magnet , dual 2-ohm 2-1/2” voice coils and 8-gauge lug-lock Input and output terminals.

Features

The PSW810 features its patented heat sink which enhances power handling to the Lug-Lock input and output terminals. Besides that, its cast basket subwoofers feature patented input and output terminals which enable to configure voice coils or drivers in series or parallel with no fuss and no cramped or frayed wires. Terminals are audiophile-grade nickel-plated, machined brass and compression fit with Allen head setscrews. In addition, there are also motor structures encased in cast aluminium machine-finished heat sinks. Power handling is enhanced because excess heat is quickly absorbed and transferred to the environment. This 800 Watts RMS rated subwoofer enables to produce 89 dB and frequency response of 29Hz to 500Hz. It measures 6 1/8” (depth) x 8 7/8” (through hole) and 10 3/16” (diameter) in dimensions.

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