Comes as a complete, durable subwoofer package. Molded enclosure is easy to install with minimal modifications made to the boat itself. Great sound production for a sub of this size. 350 watts of power. Stands up to harsh weather conditions. Very durable.
Volume and dynamics can feel overpowering at first.
Uses minimal amplifier power, meaning you can use a lower power-rated amplifier to save money. Compatible with many external enclosures and audio boxes to eliminate the need to cut holes into a boat's interior. Wrap-around rubber gasket seals the subwoofer for airtight performance.
Older design lacks many of the high tech features of modern subwoofers.
250-watt Class D amp. Easy installation using the included pigtail hookup and mounting hardware. Sound quality is good in marine environments, especially in rough seas or ocean settings. Waterproof construction.
The subwoofer requires a deep hole to mount properly.
Simple design and construction. Enclosure is surprisingly sturdy due to the stiff ABS dust cap and outer shell. Design limits the amount of artifacts and distortion produced. Built for all types of boats.
Installation may require professional help depending on the boat.
Comes with a single mono amplifier. Eliminates the need for extra equipment other than a stereo or external sound source. RCA speaker-level inputs and vented voice coil. Includes the necessary mounting hardware and fasteners.
200-watt maximum power rating is low for a 10-inch subwoofer.
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