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“Big Bass at a Price that Knocks Out the Competition” It’s all about the balance between economics & performance with the “ECO124S” subwoofer series from Massive Audio. ECO rolls in at 500W Max. It is CEA 2031 compliant and has the red Massive logo centered on the PP Vacuum Dust Cap. When “Bass on a Budget” meets the Massive Audio ECO subwoofer, the whole world will “Feel the Beat from the Street!
|Voice Coil||High Impedance Aluminum Former with EISV - Single 4 Ohm|
|Magnet||High Flux Y30 Strontium Ferrite|
|Basket||Heavy Gauge Steel|
|Tinsel Leads||Poly Cotton Spider|
|Ported Box||14" H X 18" D x 14" W|
|Sealed Box||1.25 ft3|
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Will the ECO come in a 10" version?
Currently the ECO Series only come in the 12 Inch Single 4 Ohm configuration.
I just bought a 12 inch sub 12 s4 eco from Midwest audio . Just wondering how long does it take to break it in and how should I do it . By chance . I have heard to never turn your bass up on radio. Because of clipping will blow your subs . So just some things I would like to know . So I’m just wondering what you think . I’ve had it for about 3 days now . And don’t play it hard yet . But every once in a while I will turn it up a bit and let it bang for a min and turn it back down . So I was wondering how to do it and how long to wait before I can let her eat . And thanks
Hello Todd, The Eco 12 will be fine, just play it normally and it will break in over time. Yes, don't clip the signal to the sub. Thank you.