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    OSD IWS1010" 200W Pro Series In-Wall Home Theater Subwoofer, Easy Install & Paintable Grill, Single

    Purchase 10" 200W Pro Series In-Wall Home Theater Subwoofer, Easy Install & Paintable Grill, Single - IWS10
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    Few components add more to the home theater experience than a subwoofer. A subwoofer is designed to reproduce the lowest of audible frequencies and will give you that spine-tingling rumble effect that takes you out of reality and into the plot. The beauty of OSD Audio in-wall subs is that you'll experience that thunderous, room-filling bass without filling up floor space. An excellent in-wall subwoofer at an excellent price, the OSD-IWS10 is a 10-inch passive subwoofer with power handling up to 200 Watts. Installation is easy with our "easy in" mounting bracket that mounts to the sheet-rock after the cut-out hole has been made. The grille is also paintable to match your room decor and we include a cutout template that doubles as a paint shield.

    • 10" Polypropylene Subwoofer
    • Butyl Rubber Surround
    • "Easy In" Mounting Bracket
    • Integrated Rear Dust Shield
    • Spray Paint-able Frame Grill
    Amplifier Suggestions
    Because this is a passive speaker, it will require a subwoofer amplifier to power it. An ideal match to this subwoofer is our OSD SMP500, a dedicated subwoofer amplifier that features 400W RMS @ 4 ohms, which would allow you to power 2 of these subwoofers wired in parallel. This subwoofer amplifier offers a variable high cut filter 30Hz-150Hz; front panel knob, and choice of signal level Input or LFE (Low-Frequency Effects).

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    • Speaker Type: 10" In-Wall Subwoofer
    • Woofer: 10" Polypropylene with Rubber Surround
    • Frequency Response: 38Hz - 200Hz +/-3dB
    • Power Handling: 200 Watts
    • Sensitivity: 2.83V/1m: 86 dB
    • Impedance: 8 Ohms
    • Inputs: Spring Binding Posts
    • "Easy In" Mounting Bracket for Easy Installation Included
    • Paintable Grille & Frame Included
    • Integrated Rear Dust Shield
    • Sold As: Single
    • Mounting Depth (Assuming .5" Drywall): 3.75"
    • Unit Dimensions: (L x H x D) 12" x 12" x 3.75"
    • Cutout Dimensions: (L x H) 10.62" x 10.62"
    • Weight: 11 lbs
    • Warranty: 10 Years
    • *Note: Requires Additional Subwoofer Amplifier
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    Akko • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM I would like to purchase two of these subs and build a box (one for each) as accurate as possible using WinISD, is the full specifiaction for the driver available? Otherwise I have to just utilize the full 14.5"x3.5"x90" cavity and build the largest sealed box I can fit in there and just hope for the best. I have access to the wall from behind, it is open. Thanks.
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    Hello, Unfortunately the only specs we have available for the sub are the specs listed on the product page under specifications. This will give you the dimensions (H x W x L).
    Jason • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Would these be suitable for a bi-amp setup, where their powered from the receiver low pass output? One for each front channel. Thanks
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    Hi Jason: First we would need to know what receiver you are using? And do you have diagram of what you are attempting to do? We would need to see the output configuration to fully understand the question. TL/3122
    kevin • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Is it make a difference if I block off a section in the studs and mount the sub to make it like a box behind the sheet rock. would it sound better. I used this in a room in my house and sometimes it sounds like its blown.but it seems its either to much air space and its rattling inside the wall
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    Hi Kevin, That should actually improve the sound quite a bit. Having a back box will give you a fuller sound! That's why our powered subs sound so great!
    SN • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM My house is pre wired for 5.1 home theater system in my media room. If I were to install this in wall Subwoofer, can this be powered through the Yamaha 370 receiver? Or Do I have to power it up with an additional amp? If yes are there any amps that can also be mounted flush on the wall?
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    Hi SN: The IWS-10 in-wall sub you referred to does need an external Power Amplifier. We would recommend the SMP-250 to power the IWS-10. You will want to use fiber fill in the wall behind the IWS-10 (the kind you find at store where they sell pillows). Your other option is to purchase a PS-10 external sub woofer along with our new wireless kit (due in the next two weeks) featuring a Transmitter connected to your sub woofer output on the Audio Video Receiver. And wireless Receiver would connect to the Powered sub woofer. You will need a location that has two AC outlets, one for the Powered Sub woofer and the other for the Wireless Receiver. The external sub woofer has an advantage in room placement over the In-Wall sub since you can test it in a number of locations to find the optimum spot. The in-wall sub can be hit or miss. TL/3632
    Jeremy Withrow • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM I am building a home theater system for my new house and am planning to install this 10" in-wall sub and power it with the SMP250 amp. I am installing the sub to face out from a wall that has Sheetrock on the theater side and is an open (unfinished/bare studs) storage room on the other side. I have read about how in wall subs can produce unwanted rattle/vibrations/damage and would like to know how to install this sub so that doesn't happen. Do I need to build a box to enclose the sub? If so what material and dimensions?
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    Hi Jeremy: Yes, building an enclosure would be very effective and having it open like you described, accessible takes care of half the battle. The size of the enclosure is not critical so I would start by looking to see if you have fire brakes as part of the framing where you have pieces of two x fours mounted horizontal to the Studs. If no fire brakes, we will just have to create some for your top and bottom to the enclosure. You will want a piece of 1/2 inch MDF to go on the back side of the Sheetrock. Figure 2 to 3 foot in length and an exact fit width wise to the studs. You will need to use the same template to cut out the hole as you will for the Sheetrock. You might want to use some smaller pieces of wood to wedge the internal MDF against the Sheetrock attaching them to the Studs. Then a couple of the two by four pieces for the top and bottom then a 3/4" piece of MDF for the back, screwed into the Studs and bottom and top pieces. You might want to add a terminal cup in the back panel to run the wires from the Sub Amp to the cup then terminated on the inside to the back of the IWS-10 (used to get them from Radio Shack). You can use some Silicone to help seal the box first internally and then on the outside after secure the back panel. You might want to use some fiber fill (stuff they stuff pillows with) as well inside the enclosure. Also recommend running 12 gauge speaker wire from your amp. I hope that helps TL/3726