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JBL Stage 810 8" Component Subwoofer

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Original price $ 59.95 - Original price $ 59.95
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$ 59.95
$ 59.95 - $ 59.95
Current price $ 59.95
SKU JBLSTAGE810.FBA

JBL Stage 810 8" Component Subwoofer

 

Great bass usually depends on your wallet, as a nice sub and powerful amp can cost serious cash. Now JBL steps up with some help for the bass-hungry, designing their affordable Stage subs to help you get strong bass when your bank account's a little weak.

 

 

Product Highlights:

  • - 8" component subwoofer
  • - 4-ohm impedance
  • - polypropylene cone
  • - rubber surround
  • - power handling up to 200 watts RMS
  • - maximum power handling: 800 watts
  • - frequency response: 38-200 Hz
  • - sensitivity (2.83V at 1 meter): 88 dB
  • - grille not included
  • - warranty: 1 year

 

 

Great Power Handling

 

The Stage 810 features a polypropylene cone for enhanced stiffness, supported by a nitrile rubber surround that'll stand up the abuses of life in your ride. This 8" sub will handle up to 200 watts RMS (800 watts peak), and it works equally well in sealed or ported enclosures, so you can get the kind of bass you want.

 

 

Reliability

 

The big 1.5" voice coil contributes to this sub's impressive power handling, while airflow from the cone's movement cools the voice coil for exceptional reliability. And, speaking of reliable, JBL puts these subs through a rigid testing process that includes baking, freezing, and blasting them with power for days on end, all so that you never have to worry.

 

 

What's In The Box:

 

  • - One 8" Subwoofer
  • - Adhesive backed foam gasket
  • - Owner's manual (English/ French/ Spanish/ Portuguese/ German/ Italian)

 

 

Enclosure Recommendations

 

  • - Sealed Box Volume: 0.35 ft³
  • - Ported Box Volume: 0.42 ft³ with one 1.97" diameter x 6.7" long port 
  • - Band Pass: JBL also recommends prefabricated band-pass enclosures. Band-pass enclosures often provide the most output available from any amplifier and subwoofer combination, but at the expense of sonic accuracy.