I never hear much talk of the InPhase Subwoofer products.


SMH90

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I own the XT8 8 inch from Inphase in it's 2nd generation form, a very heavy and powerful driver for it's size, not quite Sundown material but it's cheap here in the UK at like 60 pounds.

I have worn it in now but even so it took some serious punishment throwing all of my amplifier at it on a very low frequency track.

Video.

I have it in house not in a car.

How it sounds with normal music.



 
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You are probably not going to see much about that brand on this site. Inphase is not sold in the USA. And probably more than 90% of the people on here are in the USA.
 

SMH90

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You are probably not going to see much about that brand on this site. Inphase is not sold in the USA. And probably more than 90% of the people on here are in the USA.
Quite true sir. In all fairness though they are not exactly widely used products in the UK either.
I did once hear 6 15's in a van at a show once, it was intense, but those were old school V1's from like 2009.
From some subs I have used previously such as Fli 12"/ Vibe & a ProPlus Data 10", this thing is in a whole other class compared to those, the weight is immense and for an 8 it certainly don't sound like an 8, a lot more like a 12.

Definitely not for everyone, but if you want a small sub that will give some pretty heavy lows at a decent level of output you could do way worse.
The Sundown Audio X-8 is likely to be cream of the crop for an 8" though and DD Audio also do comparable 8" woofers too.
 

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