Soundstream :: STEALTH-13 :: $89.80

Soundstream STEALTH-13

Item# 20701

13.5" 200W RMS SVC 4-Ohm Stealth-13 Shallow Mount Component Subwoofer Driver

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Simply put, this woofer is the shallowest woofer on the market. It is a full 13.25” subwoofer that can play not only in a tiny .5 cubic foot enclosure, but without losing low bass extension. Perfect for applications in doors, under seats, foot wells, & trucks.

Low Bass In No Space!

  • Proprietary Cast Aluminum Basket
  • Inverted Motor Assembly
  • Solid Aluminum Cone
  • 2″ Mounting Depth
  • 5″ Voice Coil
  • Semi-Circular Frame Venting


  • RMS Power (watts) 200
  • Efficiency (1w/1m dB) 80.82
  • Voice Coil Configuration 5" Single 4Ω
  • Mounting Depth 2"
  • Optimum Sealed ft³ 0.75
  • Optimum Ported ft³ N/A
  • Subwoofers are usually sold as a single unit unless otherwise noted.
  • UPC: 709483031838
  • Weight: 11
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*Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer warranty.
This item is accompanied by a manufacturer's warranty. If it is found to be defective, it may be returned to for replacement within 30 days from the original date of purchase with proper return authorization. After the 30 day time period, products must be returned to their original manufacturer for the remainder of the manufacturer's warranty period.

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   John Winiarski From Orlando, FL
I needed a subwoofer to make a stealth application for my Nissan Murano. There are many to choose from, but I decided to go with the Soundstream Stealth-13, since I figured larger diameter subwoofers tend to have better low frequency response. I certainly was not disappointed in my decision. Although this subwoofer has a low efficiency at 80 db/watt/meter and does not have high power handling capability, it can handle the 350 Watt JBL amp that I have and sounds great in the process. It provides tight, smooth, accurate bass and hits at lower frequencies as compared to other shallow subwoofers that I have tried (Clarion, Fosgate and RE Audio). I actually tested this sub's "brother" the Power Acoustic Thin-13, and it sounded pretty good too. However, I would give the edge to the Stealth-13 based on it's less-boomy sound and tonal clarity. If you're looking for a great sounding shallow sub that won't break the bank, the Stealth-13 is a very good choice.