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SUB200 Outdoor 8" Omni In-Ground Passive Subwoofer, 250W

Product code: OSD-OMSUB200S

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Your audio system doesn't have to have inferior sound just because it's located outside. You can still enjoy rich, crisp music in your very own backyard thanks to this OM-SUB200S Outdoor Omni Subwoofer from Outdoor Speaker Depot. This audio unit enhances the bass in your outdoor speakers while also blending into your surroundings. The green color is perfect for setting up in a yard or garden without looking conspicuous. This little unit measures just 12 x 12 x 13 inches, so it fits in seamlessly in any outdoor space. Plus, it features weather-resistant materials that can withstand harsh weather conditions, including snow, rain and high temperatures. The incredible durability of the OM-SUB200S Outdoor Omni Subwoofer is backed by a one-year warranty.

This 8-inch subwoofer offers incredible power in a compact space, so you'll get that same rich and deep sound you love from your indoor system. However, the unique design of the OM-SUB200S Outdoor Omni Subwoofer makes it ideal for outdoor applications, turning your backyard, patio, porch or deck into a cozy retreat that sounds like a live concert.

Our handy buying guides make it easy to determine whether the OM-SUB200S Outdoor Omni Subwoofer is the right match for your current speakers. If you're starting an outdoor audio system from scratch, we can also help you find the right outdoor speakers to match this subwoofer. We offer installation guides as well to make setup a breeze. And as always, you'll get free lifetime technical support on any of the products you order from OSD.


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Enhance the bass of your backyard system with this awesome omni subwoofer!


5 Questions & 5 Answers
from Raymond,wi asked:
May 2, 2019
Now that I have purchased this speaker I find your answers to be somewhat confusing. This could be because you are selling and delivering the OMSUB200,

 but your answers and the specifications shown are apparently for the OMSUB200S, such as 4 ohm vs 8 ohm and no crossover vs built in crossover. 

In my case it does not matter as I have a separate sub woofer amp.

1 Answer
Hi Lee:

I am sorry for the confusion. You have purchased the RSUB200S which does not have an internal crossover is rated at 4 ohms. So depending on your dedicated Subwoofer Amplifier if it is 4 ohms stable then no problem driving a single OMSub200S. If you wanted to add a second sub, you would need to wire them in Series. We do have the new OMSub200 which does feature an internal crossover and is meant to use with a full range amplifier. Rated at 8 ohms. The connections have changed. The original version featured a four conductor input (Right and Left +/-). Then there were two (2) conductor outputs (Right +/- and Left +/-). When connected the OMSUB200 plus a pair of 8-ohm speakers will create a parallel 4-ohm load to the amplifier/receiver. It creates a closed Sub Sat system.

Good question, thank you for helping me clarify the issue.


Submitted by: Tim Leahy on May 3, 2019

from Tennessee asked:
September 6, 2018
I have a Crown XLS power amp which provides 300 watts/channel at 8 ohms and 450 watts/channel at 4 ohms. If I wire 2 of these Omni Subs in series, thereby showing the amp an 8 ohm load, will that provide enough power and adequate headroom for both subs? I am assuming that 450 watts per channel would be too much power for one 4 ohm sub. Thanks in advance for your help.
1 Answer
Hi Bill: I would love to sell you a couple of the OSSUB200S except I do not believe they will work for your application. These do not have built-in crossovers (they need to be driven by a dedicated Sub Woofer Amplifier like our SMP250 which would need to have two of these wired in series because it will only power an 8-ohm load. Your CROWN XLS is an excellent Amplifier but full range with no sub output. Our original OS-SUB200 did have an internal crossover. A better choice for two subs would be our GLS* an 8-inch in-ground subwoofer with internal crossover (low pass filter) and it is rated at 8-ohm so you could power two in parallel and get more out of your XLS (always better to have more power). The bad news we are out of stock on the GLS8 until the end of the month. TL/5197
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on September 12, 2018

Chan Timmons
from Colorado asked:
July 23, 2018
I have several Rock speakers from you all. OSD Audio RS850TT and HF24 Omni 360. Will this support what I have in place today?
1 Answer
Hi Chan: It depends how many total speakers you currently have. I am assuming you have the single stereo Rock Speaker (RS850TT) and a pair of OMNI rock speakers (HF24 OMNI360). If so than a single OMSUB200S and our SMP250 Sub Amp would be a nice addition. If you have more than the single stereo speaker and a pair of the OMNI speakers you should consider 2 of the OM SUB200S and aSMP500DSP New Digital 500 Subwoofer Amplifier. It nice to have a subwoofer dedicated to a pair of speakers. The SMP250 is an 8-ohm Sub Amp limited to a single sub whereas the SMP500DSP can easily power two Subs (rated at 4 ohms). TL/5123
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on August 2, 2018

from AZ asked:
July 14, 2018
The specs list this as a 4 ohm subwoofer, and since it's a stereo sub I assume that means it has a DVC with 4 ohms per coil correct? That being said, is the crossover designed to be used with satellites which are 8 ohms like most of your rock speakers are? Or is it designed for 4 ohm satellites to match the impedance of the sub? Using 4 ohm vs 8 ohm satellites can have a great effect on the crossover point of the speaker, depending on how the crossover board is designed.
1 Answer
Hi James: This is the new OSDOMSub200S. It is a newer model that came in that is a Subwoofer with only a 2 conductor wire (+/-) that is meant connected to a dedicated subwoofer Power Amplifier. It does not feature an internal crossover like its predecessor. It is a 4-ohm sub so it will not match up with our SMP250 subwoofer amp which is rated at 8-ohms. We will have the original back in stock within 90 days. We are expecting two or three new Sub amps that will play 4-ohm. Stay tuned TL/5111
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on July 16, 2018

from Florida asked:
July 13, 2018
Will this allow me to paid two sets of rock speakers onto the same blue tooth?
1 Answer
Hi Catlin: I believe you should be looking at the BOM4.1 Bluetooth 100 Watt Subwoofer with two stereo outputs at 60 watts per channel. There is a built-in Bluetooth Receiver and 4.1 Power Amplifier. You can connect any two pairs of Patio, Garden, Rock or Omni speakers. Or mix and match. TL/5110
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on July 14, 2018

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