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Atrend Universal MDF Constructed Spacer for 12 Inch Sub Boxes- Adds 3/4" to Decrease Woofer Depth 12"

by Atrend
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  • .75" Spacer to Decrease Depth of Subwoofer
  • MDF Construction
  • Premium Carpeted Finish with Rounded Edges
  • 12" speaker woofer spacer
  • Product is a Single Spacer

Size:12" Atrend's S12 Subwoofer Spacer ring adds .75 inches to most 12" subboxes to decrease the mounting depth of your subwoofer. Our S12s are versatile and easy to use in different applications. Bbox enclosures and accessories are built by the world’s leading manufacturer of speaker enclosures. A globally recognized brand that specializes in ensuring sound quality is delivered in each and every hand-made enclosure. Only trust Atrend for your subwoofer enclosure and car audio needs.

    Size: 12"
    Brand: Atrend
    MPN: S12
    UPC: 636644511321
    EAN: 0636644511321
  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 0.8 x 0.8 inches
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning
  • Item model number: S12
  • Wireless Remote: No
  • Warranty: ONE YEAR
  • Weight: 2.46 Pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 14.9 ounces
  • Date First Available: July 7, 2004