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Boston Acoustics G210SD Item# 21892
Subwoofer Enclosure Loaded with Dual 10" G210-44 Subwoofer at 2-Ohm Final Impedance
Boston Acoustics :: G210SD :: $259.00
MSRP: $499.95
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Condition: Brand New Avg Rating: 4.5 Star Rating
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Power Handling:
  • Peak: 1200 watts
  • RMS: 600 watts
  • 2-inches of peak-to-peak excursion
  • 2.5" 4-layer voice-coil
  • Radialvent cooling, for increased power handling
  • SureSet impedance selection and overdrive protection
  • Multiple enclosures types and tuning options available
  • Integral sealing gaskets simplify both standard and inverted mounting
  • 3/4" MDF Enclosure with dadoed edges for strength and proper seal
  • Factory tuned ported enclosure for optimum response
  • Integrated port maximizes surface area while adding structural rigidity
  • Nickel plated heavy duty input terminals
  • Subwoofers are usually sold as a single unit unless otherwise noted.
*Warranty: Limited 30 Day warranty.
Limited 30 Day warranty from implies that repairs must be returned to, not the manufacturer. More information can be found in our help section under returns & warranties.

Customer Reviews

4 Star Rating double a From AL

I have these powered by a 500Watt Rockford Fosgate Punch amplifier and they sound great. Handle rock music without a problem and sound great and fast on the double bass and bass guitar.

With bass-heavier stuff they will make your car shake for sure, but not as much as the 12" bigger, more power, ported subs. The quality is top-notch however and they do hit hard.

The enclosure construction is fantastic. Very solid and great carpeting. Be informed that each of the subs has 2 fuses attached directly to the driver. You will need to remove them from the box in order to see them. I had an issue of blowing a fuse and didn't know subs even used them, so I figured my amp was blown and had it diagnosed as fine. Only after I opened the box did I realize it had blown a fuze, preventing either sub (wired in parallel) from firing.

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