The Small MTX 10 Subwoofer Makes a Big Impact
It can be hard to find a great subwoofer that is space efficient and offers excellent sound, so MTX Audio created the MTX 10 subwoofer, which is one size that doesn’t disappoint. While MTX Audio offers many different subwoofer styles and sizes, the MTX 10 subwoofer conveniently measures 10 inches, and comes in a wide variety of series and models for you to choose from.
Some of the MTX 10 subwoofer options you have to choose from include the Thunder Round and the Thunder Square models, both of which have their advantages and their disadvantages when compared to one another. The Thunder Thin and Jackhammer Series also offer excellent MTX 10 subwoofer models, along with the Terminator series, which is especially popular among those who love that hard-hitting bass sound.
Don’t let the size of the MTX 10 subwoofer size fool you. It may be tiny compared to its Siblings, but it definitely packs a lot of punch.
The Thunder Round MTX 10 subwoofer provides the heaviest beats and really knows how to take your audio system to the next level. Both the TR7510-22 and the TR7510-44 offer 32Hz tuning frequency, 34.94 volume displacement, and an impressive 400 watts of power. Designed with reliable patented technology, these MTX 10 subwoofer models deliver some of the loudest sound possible, so they aren’t ideal for the faint of heart! Whether you prefer the round or square MTX 10 subwoofer style is up to you. Depending on the space you have available and the look you prefer, either style or model will give you the same excellent sound quality that MTX Audio is so well known for.
When you need a subwoofer that saves space but serves up excellent sound, the MTX 10 subwoofer gets the job done.
If space is a major issue for you due to the size of your car, then the Thunder Thin MTX 10 subwoofer may be the perfect solution for your audio needs. MTX Audio knew what they were doing when they designed this sub, since many people have a hard time finding the right size subs for their smaller, compact cars. Just because you drive a smaller ride doesn’t mean you have to go without a high-quality sound system. Available in two different models, the Thunder Thin MTX 10 subwoofer packs 300 watts of power and comes with the same stylish design and MTX Audio logo as the other MTX Audio speaker and subwoofer products. Last but certainly not least is the JackHammer Series MTX 10 subwoofer, which really turns up the heat. Check out the JH45 model, which is equipped with MTX Audio’s famous Spider Plateau Venting Technology.
This technology ensures that any hot air is pushed out of the voice coil, which is important to the overall maintenance of your subwoofer. If too much hot air builds up and not enough cool air is allowed to pass through the voice coil, the quality of your subwoofer can become compromised down the road. These features barely touch the surface of what the aforementioned MTX 10 subwoofer series and models have to offer, but they give you an idea of what to expect should you upgrade your audio system with an MTX 10 subwoofer.