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Are there going to be Polk EX3 subs soon? the EX2's couln't handle enough power and from what I hear the EDX series throw so hard they hit the dust cap on the inside. i just bought all EX3 speakers, now I'm wondering, what's the word with the subs? Any chance of Polk making amps?
We got 'em!!!!!!! They are the GNX series and are availble in a 10 inch and 12 inch versions. You can also choose between a single 4 Ohm, 8 Ohm and a dual 4 Ohm voice coils.
The new model numbers are as follows;
GNX104 10" 4 Ohm
GNX108 10" 8 Ohm
GNX 10DVC Dual 4 Ohm
GNX124 12" 4 Ohm
GNX 128 12 8 Ohm
GNX 12DVC Dual 4 Ohm
The retail price for the 10" is $ 129.95 each and for the 12" the retail price is $ 159.95 each.
If you need some box recommendations for these subs don't hesistate to call us at 800-377-7655 between the hours of 9 AM to 6 PM Eastern time and we will be glad to help.
Are the GNX the only new ones? I want something more high powered like the DX subs but with a new look, are the MOMO's my only option?
If you are looking for a sub that will handle high power levels,
then I would recommend looking at our MOMO series of subwoofers. The MM100 has a power rating of 400 to 800 Watts and the sealed box volume is .66 cubic feet. The MM120 has a pwer rating of 500 to 1000 Watts and the sealed box volume is .88 cubic feet. We recommend building the enclosure out of 3/4" MDF and seal all interior seams with a silicone caulking.
A good crossover frequency for these subs is 80 Hertz. Allow 40 hours of playing music at a reasonabel level to let the woofer's suspension "break in". If you have any questions regarding these woofers, or recommended enclosure designs,
give us a call at 800-377-7655
between the hours of 9 AM to 6 PM Eastern time Monday through Friday and we will be glad to help.
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