Rockford Fosgate - R2S-1X10 - Slim enclosure 1X10 PRIME sub 200WRMS @ 2OHM
- sealed truck-style enclosure with one 10" Prime subwoofer
- 5/8" medium density fiberboard construction covered with heavy-duty carpet
- 2-ohm total impedance
- power handling: 100-200 watts RMS (400 watts peak power)
- frequency response: 38-250 Hz
- sensitivity: 83 dB
- 19-1/8"W x 13-1/2"H x 5-1/4"D1 x 3-1/4"D2
- warranty: 1 year
What's in the box?
- Sealed enclosure loaded with one 10" woofer
- 2 Mounting brackets
- Four 3/4" Self tapping screws
- Installation and operation instructions
Features and Specs
|Woofer Size (inches)||10|
|Woofer Material||Mica injected poly|
|Pieces in System||1|
|Second Depth (inches)||3-1/4|
|Connector Type||Spring post|
|Frequency Response||38-250 Hz|
|Power Range (Watts RMS)||100-200|
Enclosure: The Rockford Fosgate Prime R2S-1X10 houses a single R2SD4 10" subwoofer. The sealed enclosure is constructed of 5/8" Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) and covered with black high density carpet. There is a pair of high current spring posts on the right side (when facing the subwoofer); the terminal will accommodate pin connectors, single or dual banana plugs, or bare wire up to 10 gauge. The subwoofer's dual voice coils are wired in parallel and present a 2-ohm load to your amplifier.
Voice Coil Former: The R2SD4-10's voice coil former is made of anodized aluminum to provide superior heat dissipation. Unlike traditional plastic, aluminum acts as a heat-sink to quickly dissipate thermal build-up on the voice coil. This keeps the subwoofer cool and improves durability.
Stitched Tinsel Leads: The multipoint, periodic stitched technique of attaching the tinsel lead wires to the spider spreads stress and strain over a greater area, reducing fatigue and the possibility of shorting. This significantly improves the reliability and performance of the subwoofer.
Stamped Steel Basket: The R2SD4-10 subwoofer features a stamped steel basket for added rigidity.
CEA-2031 Compliant: The power handling specifications for the R2SD4-10 subwoofer conform to CEA-2031 industry standards. This means the subwoofer has the capacity to handle power under continuous demand, not instantaneous power handling, that over time, can damage voice coils.