Skar Audio introduces its armored series of high-performance subwoofer enclosures as a unique blend of modern technical advancements paired with durable craftsmanship to offer a product with the strength to withstand hard-hitting subwoofers, without any distortion. The AR1X10V subwoofer enclosure is a 10-inch, universal fit, ported, subwoofer enclosure that is designed to add some serious muscle to your music. Finished in a premium black armor coating and featuring the Skar Audio logo etched on the top, this enclosure will not only provide unmatched protection, but is sure to turn heads, with its sleek design, while doing so.
|Total Gross Air Space (Volume)||1.40 ft3|
|Tuning Frequency||38 Hz|
The precise engineering that went into designing the armored series give the enclosure a truly "custom feel" that is evident with how loud and low this enclosure can get. The AR1X10V features a 1" wide, kerf style port, which means that the port construction utilizes the curves typically found only in high-end, professional enclosures, allowing the box to offer deeper and more accurate bass. Furthermore, it’s precisely tuned to 38 Hz to ensure that it delivers riveting low-end frequency response and thunderous bass.
The overall design of this armor coated 10-inch vented enclosure inspires great functionality that will keep your box performing at an optimal level for hours on end. On top of its durable exterior, this box is also braced for extreme strength, and can handle even the most brutally powerful subwoofers without flexing. Internally, we line several walls of the enclosure with poly-fill to enhance the overall versatility and depth of sound that this enclosure reproduces with any given subwoofer. The premium push terminal wiring cup, that is built into the side of the enclosure, features 16-gauge speaker wire that is pre-soldered and connected to the terminals, making it easier than ever to wire up and install your subwoofer.
|Number of Subwoofer Chambers||1|
|Enclosure Type||Vented (Ported)|
|Port Type||1" Slot Kerf Port|
|Fit Type||Universal Design|
|Wood Type||5/8" MDF|
|Enclosure Finish||Black Armor Coated Paint|
|Total Gross Volume||1.40 ft3|
|Tuning Frequency of Enclosure||38 Hz|
|External Push Terminal Wire Gauge Opening||8 Gauge|
|Internal Speaker Wire Leads||Pre-soldered | 16 Gauge|
|Enclosure External Dimensions|
|Subwoofer Mounting Parameters|
|Subwoofer Hole Cut-out Diameter||9.375"
|Subwoofer Maximum Mounting Depth||9.00"|
Truly amazing! Smaller than my last entry level L port prefab. That was Cheap, this is inexpensive. Sturdy. The front baffle is actually 3/4. Box spray lining is not 100% but nothing noticeable until you point it out. EVL 10 is loving it. You will need to heavy sand the cutout. Very tight. Measure correctly before placement. 6.5 inches is the half mark for the front. Subsonic @35hz
LPF 110hz. I estimate I'm pushing 1400 - 1800 watts. The tightness and depth of the bass for a 100 dollar prefab?! HOW?!!!
Even the 12 Gauge wires to the terminal have been upgrade from the factory to Skar quality. Phenomenal! BIG Thank you Skar!
So far so good. I put in a DDX-10 D4 But haven't had a chance to hook them up and see how it sounds.
Finally got my driver broke in. This box did the trick. Was gonna build my own but with the price of this box I said to hell with it. I'm not in competition anyways. I have always liked skar audio. As a matter of fact everything in my truck is skar except my driver. The rp 1500 is pushing this HDS3.2 to the limits.
Got this enclosure and a Kicker CmpVR 10 350w that i got to change the shallow kicker enclosure that i had in my 2005 Trailblazer. This enclosure makes that sub kick really hard and clean low end without distortion. Love the sound that i got from it.
After I got the enclosure, it took me less than 10 minutes to assemble it, I installed a grill as I want it to last several years and I have kids at home. My driver is a Sunfire 1000 watts powered by a Leon 1000 watt subwoofer amp. The results are amazing, never heard such power bass before like this one.the challenge is to calibrate this beast in my bedroom.