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AMC B1-30 - 150w 10" Subwoofer, Front Firing with Dual Ports, Auto On/Off Variable Crossover

  • 150w 10" Subwoofer
  • Front Firing with Dual Ports
  • Auto On/Off Variable Crossover
  • Variable Phase
  • Line&Speaker Inputs


  • The B1-19 and B1-30 from AMC are powered subwoofers designed to enhance the excitement and realism of the home theater experience. Both models share the same design concepts which feature high-current discrete amplifiers and long-throw polypropylene drivers.
  • Employing an 8" driver and 100 watts amplifier, the B1-19 is optimized for small to moderate size rooms while the B1-30, with a 10" driver and 150 watts amplifier is optimized for larger rooms. Both models will extend the response of typical speaker systems to include the critical low frequency effects which are necessary to ensure realism and increased excitement.
  • The sophisticated amplifier design of the B1-19 and B1-30 features dynamic soft-clipping circuitry, which guards against overload distortions. In addition, continuously in conjunction with variable phase adjustment result in seamless integrations with other speakers in the system and provides maximum flexibility in placement of the subwoofer within the room.


  • 5-way gold-plated binding post-in/out
  • Stereo gold -plated RCA jack-line in
  • Con. Adjustable, 0 to 180 degree
  • Auto-turn on/off
  • Soft-clipping facility
  • Captive power cord
  • One-piece fiberglass double side PCB
  • Master power switch


Frequency Response 30-180Hz
Adjustable 40 to 180Hz
Sensitivity 89dB
Continuous power 150W@100Hz, 4ohm, 0.1%THD
Dynamic power 250W (24dBW)
THD @ rated power 0.008%
Maimum output current >80A (1mS)
S/N @ rated power 100dB
Phase 0 to 180 adjustable
LPF 40Hz to 180Hz adjustable; Butterworth type;
Woofer 10" injection polypropylene cone
Internal volume 30 liter
Design type Bass relfex-front port x 2
Dimension (WxHxD) 305x420x470mm
Weight Net 20Kg
Shipping 23Kg
Finish Black ash


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