MM1040UM

Polk Audio 10" Subwoofer

Polk Audio 10" Subwoofer

Description

The Polk Audio 10" Subwoofer is designed for high performance in any kind of aquatic environment.

Features

  • Heavy duty stainless steel heavy duty input terminals will not corrode or tarnish
  • Will accommodate speaker wire up to 8 AWG or twisted pairs of 12 AWG
  • Advanced carbon composite basket based on the spokes of a wheel is lightweight
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$269.95
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$171.88
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The MM1040UM is a dedicated marine subwoofer designed with specific features that make it a rugged, reliable high performer in any kind of aquatic environment. And it has all the features that make it not only dependable but a capable of belting out tight, musical bass.

Polymer woofer cones and butyl rubber surrounds will not break down over time and will survive the rigors of harsh marine environments.

High temperature copper voice coil (51mm) and polyamide former withstands the most rigorous use while maintaining extremely low distortion for bass punch and output.

Heavy duty stainless steel heavy duty input terminals will not corrode or tarnish. Will accommodate speaker wire up to 8 AWG or twisted pairs of 12 AWG.

Advanced carbon composite basket based on the spokes of a wheel is lightweight, will not flex during peaks and looks great! Don't be afraid to show off the back of your woofer.

Klippel optimized components using a state-of-the-art Klippel distortion analyzer, Polk engineers were able to optimize the woofer's motor structure, voice coil alignment and suspension for the best possible performance, even at extreme listening levels.

Features:

  • Max power handling: 700 watts
  • Stainless Steel, heavy duty input terminals
  • Lightweight and rigid carbon composite basket
  • Dynamic Balance® Driver Technology
  • Butryl rubber surround
  • High temperature copper voice coil (50 mm)
  • Polyimide Former
  • Accomodates a speaker wire up to 8WG or twisted pairs of 12 AWG
  • Kippel Optimized Components
  • ASTM B117-03 Salt Fog Standard Compliant
  • ASTM D4329 UV Exposure Standard Compliant
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