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Product code: GLS8
Get ready to rumble Bring your landscape to life with our powerful GLS8 In-Ground Subwoofer. To immerse yourself in music’s lowest tones while enjoying your outdoor retreat, OSD Audio offers the GLS8 In-Ground Subwoofer. Since the bulk of the subwoofer is buried underground, only the port needs to appear to the outside world. But just because you can’t see it doesn’t mean you won’t know it’s there. The subterranean design brings bold, deep bass and full-range audio to backyards of any size.
For optimum outdoor performance combine the GLS8 with our LS2 landscape satellite speakers. Create an unobtrusive stealthy outdoor sound system. Additional system configurations can be created for up to 8 pairs of speakers using multichannel amplifiers and or series parallel wiring.
• Buried subwoofer cabinet disappears into the landscape.
• Exposed vent can be primed and painted to blend into its surroundings.
• At less than 20 inches long, you can enjoy big sound with a small footprint.
• Easily expand your system with our compatible LS2 landscape satellite speakers.
• For the best quality sound place the subwoofer within 20 feet of the general listing area.
• Ensure the hooded output vent is away from the direct spray of sprinklers.
• Before burying the sub, put gravel at the bottom of the hole for drainage and leveling.
We do have an outdoor transformer, but its highest output wattage is 20W. I am not sure that will be enough for you.
The following is a link for a 50W transformer (https://www.osdblack.com/osd-black-50w70t-commercial-distribution-line-matching-in-door-70v-transformer-50w-40w-30w-20w-and-10w.html). We also have a 100W version coming as well, but both are Indoor models. You would have to enclose them in a heavy-duty Waterproof enclosure. We do have a couple of 70Volt subwoofer under our Black Series that have built-in transformers. The 8" has three power taps, 38W, 75W or 150W. The following is a link for Black Series 70V XSUB8 In-ground passive Subwoofer: https://www.osdblack.com/black-series-8-in-ground-subwoofer-with-8-polypropylene-cone-and-300w-power-rating-xsub8.html and a 12 inch 70V: https://www.osdblack.com/black-series-12-in-ground-subwoofer-with-8-polypropylene-cone-and-500w-power-rating-bk-xsub12.html. It has the following tap settings: 75W, 150W, 300W. How much wattage do you have available for your sub?
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Good question, I have been told the Green wire in Positive, Brown would be Negative. You can not hurt anything connecting it backward. It would be out of phase so cone would be going out when it should be going in. Connect to the Green (+) and Brown (-) and see how it sounds.