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Polk Audio MM1040 DVC Marine-certified Subwoofer. Dual 4-Ohm Voice Coils.








Polk Audio Mobile Monitor series Marine Subwoofer Specs PDF



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BNIB


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$105 SHIPPED (2-3 Day Priority Mail Insured Shipping if Pay Pal fees are covered)



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FREE Insured Priority Mail Shipping as long as the ~3% Pay Pal Fees are covered.



Pictures: - Unless you are a Upgraded member, or your last 10 iTrader feedbacks are positive, you must post a picture of the exact item you are selling.


I will try to find some time to add photos soon. But this is a virgin, BNIB, never mounted or powered subwoofer. :D Check my iTrader Feedback here & eBay user ID "bbfoto6r2l" (lower case "L" at the end).


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IMO, these are very underrated SQ subwoofers that offer a relatively Shallow Mounting Depth of 4.5" and excellent performance in smallish boxes. These also offer considerable Xmax and excellent build quality for such an inexpensive subwoofer. Developed with the use of a Klippel Analyzer for optimum performance. I think people will be very surprised with their clean, low, articulate output and low distortion. Check the PDF Spec sheet in the link above.

These work really well as an Up Front Subwoofer located in the Passenger Foot Well. ;) And it's a subwoofer where I always find it very easy to blend with the mid-bass and easily achieve that Up Front Bass. Acoustic Upright/Double Bass is especially realistic and detailed using this sub. These are also certified for Marine use, so they use very high-quality soft parts that will last and will take abuse. They include a very nice CCF mounting gasket.

And these don't require a ton of power to boogie...300-400 Watts is more than adequate. Besides the Front Passenger Foot Well, they are shallow enough to fit behind the front seats of most Single-Cab Trucks, and possibly behind or under some Dual- or Crew-Cab trucks.


On a side note, lately I've been in the process of "cleaning out the closets", trying to thin out all of the extra photographic and car audio gear that I'm not going to use. Things keep magically appearing, LOL, so check back!


PAYMENT: I'll accept Pay Pal as payment and will Include FREE Insured Priority Mail Shipping as long as the ~3% Pay Pal Fees are covered.


The BEST way to reach me is EMAIL:

bbfoto AT hotmail DOT com



In the Subject/Header, please type "DIYMA / Polk MM1040-DVC / bbfoto - your user name"


I don't check my PM's much, especially when I'm traveling, so Please EMAIL me for the fastest response!


THANKS for looking!



PLEASE SEE MY OTHER ITEMS THAT ARE AVAILABLE IN THE DIYMA CLASSIFIEDS! I'm really on a mission to try to get rid of stuff! But please keep the insane low-ball offers to a minimum. ;)




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Bump for an inexpensive but excellent SQ sub that can bump!
agreed , this is an excellent driver. super tight, and detailed. when i had my MM1240 it was 95% as good as my older IDQ12...they sound very similar.
 

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agreed , this is an excellent driver. super tight, and detailed. when i had my MM1240 it was 95% as good as my older IDQ12...they sound very similar.
Thanks. Yep, I put one of these in the rear quarter-panel of my brother-in-law's Subaru Forester and it provides plenty of clean, deep, musical bass without taking up any usable cargo space. My sister is a singer and classical guitarist, and the last thing she wanted was flabby, boomy bass! She was thrilled with the result.

And I'm running FOUR of the 8" MM840 SVC subwoofers in a stealth sealed enclosure (total of 1.76cf) under the floor in the rear cargo area of a small SUV. Even when you lift up the rear floor lid you don't see them, and there is still a ton of under-floor storage space...actually there's more usable space than what the silly OEM molded plastic cargo tray offered. :cool: So you don't see them, but trust me that you hear them...in a good way. :eek:

Really outstanding Clean, Low, Distortion-Free Bass! One of these 10's will be plenty to give you really great SQ bass response. Crap, now I am thinking of keeping it to do a front passenger footwell sub in another vehicle. :blush: :D
 

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I've almost convinced myself to keep this awesome little subwoofer, even though I'm supposed to be clearing out the closets. :p


FYI, I still have a lot of other very nice items in the DIYMA CLASSIFIEDS, but most of it will be headed for eBay Monday morning. ;)
 
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