- FOAM RINGS FOR TACOMA AP 2
- SC TOYOTA TACOMA FRONT WF
- FOAM RINGS 6×9
- APFRD F150 SC2
- APFRD F150 SC1
- APFRD F150 SRR
- APFRD F150 SRF
- APFRD F150 SRF2
- APFRD F150 IK1
- AFBMW REAMP 3
- AP H ASD BYPASS
- APFRD F150 8.9
- APFRD F150 5.9
- APSP G7 HARNESS
- APBMW REAMP 1
- APBMW REAMP 2
- APBMW BIAMP 1
- APBMW BIAMP 2
Audison has engineered a 200 mm shallow-frame underseat woofer for BMW and MINI. These can be used as replacements with OEM amplification, but best results are attained when used in a system upgrade that includes Audison Forza bit amplifiers and BMW integration harnesses.
Audison R&D used an injection-molded frame with graphite fibers (to increase rigidity), and a neodymium magnet for a smaller size (important with the inverted-magnet configuration). The 2”/50mm voice coil is the largest used in any BMW replacement woofer. The inverted-magnet design has a top vent in the pole, to extend thermal performance and power handling. The acoustically-transparent fabric cover keeps debris off of the speaker cone, which prevents distorted sound in the under-seat location.
The APSBMW S8-2.2 2Ω woofer allows more power to be delivered from a single amplifier channel. In many higher-performance BMW systems, the underseat woofer is used on a single set of channels as midbass drivers with purposefully-limited sub-bass extension (while a larger subwoofer does its work in the trunk playing the lowest notes). The APSBMW S8-2 is also perfect for this midbass application.
|Size||mm (in.)||200 (8)|
|Power Handling||W peak
|Frequency Response||Hz||40 ÷ 500|
|Magnet size D x d x h||mm
|48 (1.89) x 18 (0.71) x 7 (0.28)|
|Weight of one speaker||kg (lb.)||1,21 (2.67)|
|Voice Coil Ø||mm (in.)||50 (2)|
To maximize performance while minimizing bulk and weight.
To increase listening engagement, through powerful and crisp low frequencies, exploiting the acoustic load provided by the factory box.
For a considerable power dissipation and stability even during high excursions.
For OEM placements.
In combination with AP 8.9 bit in active multi-amplification.