MA3030W

PolyPlanar Component Box Speakers

PolyPlanar Component Box Speakers

Description

The PolyPlanar Component Box Speakers are designed to be bracket mounted for interior or Outdoor/Deck applications.

Features

  • Completely Waterproof
  • Powder Coated Stainless Bracket
  • Gold-Plated Binding Posts
List Price
$159.95
Your Price
$112.00
In Stock

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Details

The "U" style bracket is designed with many screw mount options. This component speaker is available in white or metallic gray color and would be the perfect companion to our MS series subwoofers. They are easily mounted in either the horizontal or vertical orientation with the supplied bracket.

Features

  • Powder coated stainless steel grill
  • Mounting hardware and speaker wire included
  • 3" 60W, 2-way box speaker
  • Available in White or Metallic Gray



Specifications

  • Frequency Response: 65 Hz to 20KHz (2 way)
  • SPL: 82dB
  • Peak Power: 60W per speaker
  • Speaker Impedance: 4 ohms
  • Weight (each): 1.35 lbs
  • Cone Size: 3" (76mm)
  • Continuous Power: 40W RMS/speaker
  • Dimension: 6-½" x 3-⅞" x 4-⅛ (164mm x 98mm x 105mm)
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
PolyPlanar Component Box Speakers MA3030W Component Box Speakers, Pair, White
$112.00
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PolyPlanar Component 3" Box Speakers - (Pair) Gray MA3030G Component Box Speakers, Pair, Gray
$112.00
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