Boss Audio MR101 White 10" 600 Watt Single Voice Coil Marine Subwoofer
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- 10" Marine Subwoofer (300 Watts RMS Sealed Enclosure)
- High Quality Poly Mica Cone
- Butyl Rubber Surround
- Water-Resistant Construction
- 2" (51mm) High Temperature Voice Coil
- 600 Watts Peak / 300 Watts RMS
- Frequency Response: 30Hz-2.5KHz
- SPL: 94 dB (1 W / 1 M)
- Impedance: 4 Ohms
- Mounting Depth: 4-1/2" (114mm)
- Box Volume: 0.4Cu ft
- Box Volume: 1.0Cu ft
- Port Frequency: 51 Hz
- Port Diameter: 3"
- Port Length: 5"
- Free Air Resonance: (Fs) 30
- Total Q Driver @ FS including all resistance's: (Qts) 0.3091
- Q of the Driver @ FS including non electrical resistance only: (Qms) 4.7452
- Q of the Driver @ FS including electrical resistance only: (Qes) 0.3307
- The Driver's compliance expressed as an equivalent Volume of all (cubic ft): (Vas) 1.83
- The Driver's linear displacement (inches): (Xmas) 0.3071
- The DC resistance of the driver's twin voice coils (ohms): (Re) 4
- Thermal Power rating of Driver (RMS/Peak): (Pe) 300W/600W
- The Driver's voice coil inductance (millihenries): (le) 2.0717
- The Driver's sensitivity (dB): (Sens) 94
It is difficult to give exact box dimensions that are universal for all cars and trucks.
It is for this reason that you must able to calculate the space in which you have available in order to achieve the proper air volume required.
Calculating External Volume:
- To calculate box volume, measure the outside Width x Height x Depth of the enclosure.
- Next you must convert cubic inches into cubic feet. To do this, you must divide the cubic inch total by 1728".
Calculating Internal Volume:
- To calculate the internal (net) volume of the above box you must first multiply the thickness of the wood you are using by Two (2)
- Next subtract 1.5 from each of the outside measurements of the box. Width 12-1.5=10.5 Height 14-1.5=12.5 Depth 9-1.5=7.5
- Multiply the new totals (H x W x D)
- Next you must convert cubic inches into cubic feet. To do this, you must divide the cubic inch total by 1728"