MA840B

PolyPlanar Subcompact Box Speakers

PolyPlanar Subcompact Box Speakers

Description

The PolyPlanar Subcompact Box Speakers are designed to fit in difficult locations and still offer high quality music sound.

Features

  • Only 4" x 4"
  • Ultra-Low Magnetic Field Speaker
  • Stainless Steel Grill And Bracket
List Price
$94.95
Your Price
$61.86
In Stock

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Details

The ultra-low magnetic field design lets you mount them anywhere without adversely affecting navigation equipment such as compasses and autopilots. Polypropylene cones, stainless steel grills and brackets, and heavy-duty ABS enclosures make them corrosion-proof and waterproof. Dual cone design with 3" main cone sizes

Notable Specifications:
  • Frequency Response: 70Hz to 14KHz (Single cone)
  • Peak Power: 80W per pair
  • Continuous Power: 40W RMS/pair
  • Impedance: 4 ohms
  • Overall Dimensions: 4-316" x 4-116" x 4-½" (106mm x 102mm x114mm)
  • Cone Size: 3-½" (89mm)
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
PolyPlanar Subcompact Box Speakers MA840B Subcompact Box Speaker, Pair, Black
$61.86
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PolyPlanar Subcompact Box Speaker - (Pair) White MA840W Subcompact Box Speaker, Pair, White
$60.44
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