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Infinity :: Kappa Perfect 10.1 :: $149.00

Infinity Kappa Perfect 10.1

Item# 10905

10" 1400 4-Ohm Subwoofer

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  • Suitable for free-air use (handles up to 175 watts in free-air applications)
  • Recommended power range: 75-350 watts RMS
  • Peak power handling: 1,400 watts
  • Frequency response: 18-200 Hz
  • Sensitivity: 94 dB
  • Top mount depth: 5-3/4"
  • Sealed box volume: 0.6 cu. ft.
  • Ported box volume: 1.0 cu. ft.
  • Priced per speaker
  • Subwoofers are usually sold as a single unit unless otherwise noted.
*Warranty: 1 Year warranty.
1 Year warranty from implies that repairs must be returned to, not the manufacturer. More information can be found in our help section under returns & warranties.
What's not covered : Misuse, abuse, defacement, physical damage of any kind, and improper installation / operation. Video and multimedia equipment with damaged or cracked screens.Subwoofers and speakers are not warranted against being blown, burned or abused.

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   Johnny From Sioux Falls, SD
Incredible subwoofer. With tons of linear excursion capabilities and a super-low distortion design, it has no problem delineating even the most subtle of bass lines in any genre of music. This subwoofer is almost perfectly designed for in-car use, in a "maximally flat" sealed alignment (0.7 'Q') it starts rolling off around 50 Hz. Cabin gain kicks in around there in most vehicles, ensuring truly flat response to well below 20 Hz. Given it's ability to produce flat, distortion free bass it will take some getting used to, especially if you are used to super high "Q" designs using cheaper drivers. These designs generally have a huge (like 3-6 db) hump centered around 40-60 Hz which gives the impression of amazing bass, but after careful listening, especially on a genuinely good subwoofer such as the Perfect, most people realize most systems just make noise. These make music. Cons... These take power. Lots of power. Give them at least 250 Watts (CEA 2006). That means 1000 Watts or better for most amp manufacturers, by the way. Kinda pricey too.

   Neil From Davenport Iowa
i have 4 of these in my 99 tahoe and i have them hooked up to two rockford fosgate bd1000 amplifiers. with this arrangement each sub gets a full 1000 watts. put inside an air tight sealed enclosure with .85 cubic foot per woofer, these subs really produce clear sound. however, my one complaint about these subs is that they say 1400 watts rms and they tend to clip at 1100. overall though these subs offer great sound quality at an affordable price.

   Too Old for 700 Watts!!! From Georgia
Picked up 2 of these back in Feb 07 and paired them with a Kicker 750.1 in a sealed enclosure. Loud and very deep for a 10. My enclosure is 1.25 cf per sup which makes the subs more boomy. It does take a while to break them in but afterwards; damn, the roof of my Silverado seems to thump with the bass.