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Pure Audio 10" *Pa4x*

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:typing:Recently purchased some PURE AUDIO 10" subwoofers,i believe the guy called them Pa4x subs. I noticed (trying to find specs/info on them there is nothing anywhere) so I just recently cut the cut out diameter out of cardboard. its right on the edge of the basket #perfectfit . The outer diameter is 11" (the ring where you would put the screws) and the cut out diameter is 9 1/4" (you can, I do , cut it to 9 1/4 + a blade 1/16th) to make sure its not too tight. so ill do my best to keep the info coming try to help all those who buy PURE AUDIO.

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