MS-AB206

FUSION MS-AB206 In-Cabin Active Subwoofer

FUSION MS-AB206 In-Cabin Active Subwoofer

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The FUSION MS-AB206 In-Cabin Active Subwoofer creates the perfect atmosphere for entertaining or relaxing.

Features

  • Dual Voice Coil Down Firing Woofer
  • Built-In 4 Channel Class-D Amp
  • Discrete Control Panel Cover
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Designed and engineered in New Zealand, the MS-AB206 is tuned to produce the best acoustic result when installed in a saloon or cabin environment.

The MS-AB206 features a 6" Dual voice coil down firing woofer which is acoustically coupled to a matching passive radiator for exceptional bass reproduction. The passive radiator is used to tune a small volume and driver for better low frequency performance, eliminating port turbulence and reducing motion compression.

A built-in 4 channel Class-D amplifier delivers efficient and high power output to the subwoofer with two channels as a dedicated speaker output. This Class-D amplifier is 2 Ohm stable, able to power 2 pairs of FUSION MS-BX3020 Signature Series cabin speaker with ease. A full wiring kit is included for ease of installation. This product is rated True Marine, for dry area installation only and carries with it a 3 year limited consumer warranty.

Features:

  • 6" subwoofer acoustically coupled to the matching passive radiator, produces exceptional bass reproduction
  • 6" Passive Radiator: Used to tune a small volume and driver for better low frequency performance, eliminating port turbulence and reducing motion compression
  • Class-D high efficiency technology, Two dedicated channels power the subwoofer with the remaining two perfect to power MS-BX3020 speakers
  • Installation Kit Included: Everything needed to connect the Active Subwoofer is included in the box
  • Hides all connection wires out of sight
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FUSION MS-AB206 In-Cabin Active Subwoofer MS-AB206 MS-AB206 In-Cabin Active Subwoofer, 350 Watt
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