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Mackie S410S Dedicated Precision Passive Subwoofer Pair
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While most compact and portable subwoofers use either a single 15" or 18" driver and a folded-horn design to maximize bass, the Mackie S410S Passive ...Click To Read More About This Product
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While most compact and portable subwoofers use either a single 15" or 18" driver and a folded-horn design to maximize bass, the Mackie S410S Passive Subwoofer has four 10" drivers per cabinet, providing much tighter bass response, greater power handling, and far more punch”all the way down to 40Hz.
- Dedicated Precision Passive Subwoofer enclosure featuring touring-quality sound in a club-sized package
- Unique 4 x 10" LF driver configuration offers enhanced transient response vs. single 18" configuration
- Stackable design with recessed footholds allows for S408 atop a sub or two S410s stacked for a powerful long-throw sub-stack
- Top Hat pole receptacle for use with S408
- Portable with 2 balance-optimized side mounted handles
- Dual, parallel, locking NL4 connections for Input and Thru on rear panel
- 750W RMS power handling at 8 Ohms; 3000W peak
- Frequency Range (”10 dB): 40 Hz ” 400 Hz
- Peak Sensitivity: 96.3 dB, 1 W/1 m
- Maximum SPL Long-term @ 1m: 134 dB @ 1m
- Crossover Points: 180 Hz, 12 db/octave
- Basic Design: Bass reflex
- Material: 18 mm multi-layered plywood, resin end caps
- Finish: Black Paint
- Handles: One on each side
- Grille: Perforated metal with weather-resistant coating
- Dimensions (H x W x D): 28" x 24" x 25"
- Weight: 95 lbs.
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Am currently running these subs together @ 4 ohms off of one channel of a QSC RMX1850HD amplifier yielding 600 watts @ 4 ohms. These subs pound! They are efficient enough to run on minimal power and I can only guess it gets better with more power since they recommend using an 1100 watt rms @ 8 ohm amplifier! I believe mono strapping the 1850HD will be more than enough power when the situation calls for it. The bass is tight and clear. The 10s provide better attack and move more air than a single 15 or 18 inch driver, as stated in the literature. The electronic drums sound great as well as the bass guitar. They are a bit pricey but I hope to have them a long time and look forward to mating the subs up with a pair of matching Mackie 408s. Right now we are using some Peavey PR12s and they sound unbeliveably good paired with the S410S subs.