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Rockford Fosgate P210S4

Punch Stage 2 10" 4-ohm subwoofer

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Item #: 575P210S4

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Rockford Fosgate P210S4

Overview

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Step right up to Rockford Fosgate's Punch Stage 2 subwoofer. Its molded polypropylene cone combines with a stamped steel frame and heavy-duty foam surround for great bass, total structural integrity, and sharp looks.

Got enough juice? Get an amp for your new sub Step right up to Rockford Fosgate's Punch Stage 2 subwoofer. Its molded polypropylene cone combines with a stamped steel frame and heavy-duty foam surround for great bass, total structural integrity, and sharp looks.

The Punch Stage 2 P210S4 10" sub uses a 2" voice coil and a beefy 60 oz. magnet for solid power handling. The voice coil is wound on an aluminum former to shed heat quickly and keep your sound free of distortion. Put this pounder in a sealed or ported enclosure, and you'll love what you hear.

Details:
  • 10" 4-ohm subwoofer
  • molded polypropylene woofer cone
  • 60-ounce magnet
  • power range: 50-200 watts RMS
  • peak power handling: 400 watts
  • frequency response: 20-200 Hz
  • sensitivity: 85.8 dB
  • top-mount depth: 5-3/8" (without removable magnet cover. With cover, depth is 5-5/8")
  • sealed box volume: 0.65 cubic feet
  • ported box volume: 1.25 cubic feet
  • Recommended Q-Logic Box Type: 1, 2, 3
  • warranty: 1 year

Priced per speaker

I installed this sub in a sealed Q logic box, and it sounds great. An Alpine V12 amp is powering it with about 150 watts. Punch subs are hard to beat.

Mike, Atlanta, GA

What's in the Box:

  • One 10" woofer
  • 1 Concealing ring
  • 12 Self-tapping screws
  • 1 Allen bit
  • 4 Self-adhesive foam gasket sections
  • Installation and Operation manual (English/French/Spanish/German/Italian)
  • "Team RF" window sticker
Reviews

Rockford Fosgate P210S4 Reviews

Average Customer Review:

19 Reviews

Great quality!

Mike from Atlanta, GA on 4/6/2007

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I installed this sub in a sealed Q logic box, and it sounds great. An Alpine V12 amp is powering it with about 150 watts. Punch subs are hard to beat.

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Very nice!

Kris from California on 2/25/2007

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I recently had 2 of these subs installed in a sealed enclosure located under the rear seat of my 06 Dodge 2500. I hooked up the Rockford P325.1 amp and wow this system exceeds my expectations. Very loud, very clean bass. It doesnt matter what kinda music you throw at them rock, hip hop, it all sounds great. I would recommend these subs to anyone, and for the price you wont be disappointed.

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Can't go wrong for this price

2fourty from Everett, Wa on 2/16/2007

I got this for my 240sx and I couldn't get anything bigger then a 10 because of the trunk room. I have it hooked up to the stock deck and a cheap amp (road gear...some no name brand) and it still kicks hard. The bass is very clean and hits hard. Couldn't ask for more for this price.

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big bang!!!

z from danville,ar on 2/14/2007

these are some tough subs i had a pair of 300 watt audiobahns in my 74 chevy luv and they dont even math up to just one of these stage 2s...im defantly buying a second one and putting them in a big ported box....ive got the one powered by a 1200 watt sherwood amp and the 12db bass boost on my crossover helps alot along with my new capaciter....if u wanna blow out a window these subs are wat u need

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Louder than my 12"

daBurnz from Havelock, NC on 11/2/2006

I have a 1997 Dodge Avenger, I'm running 2 10" P2's with a Lightning Audio Strike S4.400.40 Amp. It's so loud I cant look in my mirrors, and I can hear it in the second story of my house.

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Iraklis from Victorville, CA on 8/9/2006

I purchased 2 of these subs and have it wired to a Alpine MRP-M650 and they hit hard in my 97 Maxima. Had some no name subs from one of those stereo shops and this combo by far beats almost anything they would have. Now i cant see out of any of my mirrors. Great buy and if i could fit more in my trunk i would.

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michael from Granite Bay, CA on 7/15/2006

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

At first I just had one of these in my Nissan Pathfinder and i had a Rockford Fosgate amp pushing 250 RMS into it and that was getting the job done by far. I could feel my hairs moving on my head. Then i got another one and used my same amp and wired them in series and they are each getting 125 RMS. My friends are amazed how loud they are for only 125 watts each

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JT from houston, tx on 7/2/2006

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This sub is a great buy! i am currently running 2 of these at 225 watts each. i also have a 15 inch stage 1 rockford fosgate punch sub. these 10's are extremely clean and can handle any range of bass. if you are looking for a great sub that works in either a sealed or ported box this is the subwoofer for you.

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bang for the buck

ofnabuggy from anaheim, ca on 6/27/2006

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I first, just want to say thanks crutchfield for no hassle returns. i first bought two fosgate P1 12's for my 2006 mazda 3 but after putting the box in the trunk, i didnt want to lose that much trunk space. So i returned them and got a P2 single 10 and i got to say it sounded just like i had those two 12's without losing the trunk space.

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GREAT LOW BASS

MEXICAN-GRANDE-PATIN from LUBBOCK, TX on 2/3/2006

WELL, LET ME START OFF BY SAYING THAT I HAVE THESE SUBS IN THE BACK OF MY 89 F-150 EXT CAB IN A CUSTOM 1 CUBIC FOOT BOX (FOR EACH SUB) THAT MY FRIEND MARIO AND I CONSTRUCTED. I HAVE THE 8 OHM VERSION, AND THEY ARE WIRED DOWN TO 4 OHMS AND POWERED BY A ROCKFORD FOSGATE POWER 501 BD. SO EACH OF THESE SUBS ARE GETTING ROUGHLY ABOUT 115 WATTS EACH AND BOY DO THEY SOUND GOOD. THE VERY LOW BASS SOUNDS VERY GOOD AND THE SUBS DO NOT HAVE ANY DISSTORTION. 12 GUAGE RF WIRE IS USED AND 4 GUAGE FOR THE AMP PLUS I HAVE A CAPACITOR WHICH HELPS OUT ALOT. WHAT I AM SAYING IS THAT YOU NEED TO HAVE A SUB BOX THAT CAN DO WHAT YOU WANT IT TO DO WITH THE SUBS THAT YOU BUY. I LOVE THESE SUBS. GREAT HOT BUY.<BR><BR>http://www.cardomain.com/ride/674387

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Great Sub

John from California on 1/6/2006

I built a sealed box (.72 cuft - speaker displacement (.06 = .66 cu ft), put in some poly fill, and dropped this sub into the box. It sounds AMAZING! I put it in a 2005 Tacoma. It really filled in the lower end. I have a 240w (bridged) Sony xPlod Amp driving it. <BR><BR>The back cover comes off the sub for those tight fit locations. The connection is spring loaded and grabs the wire snugly.<BR><BR>I haven't SPL'd the sound, but it's plenty loud. I was looking for sound quality and this sub delivered! It's not only solid sounding, but it feels good too. Thump, Thump.<BR><BR>

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very impressed

erik w from cushing, mn on 9/27/2005

I own 2 of these subs. WOW! had them wired to a fosgate 301 mono block. pounded quite well. Amp was pushing 337 rms 2ohm mono. Then i decided to buy a power 1001bd. These speakers lasted for 3 months being pounded everyday. Oh yeah the speakers were taking 1204 watts rms from the 1001bd. I highly recommend a sealed box that is 1.1 cu.ft.

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right on

chris from clark , sd on 8/19/2005

I used to have mtx roadthunder but i blew one. Then i went & bought these Rockfords. They sound really awesome. I mostly listen to hard rock. I have a Jensen amp pushing them and that isnt near enough juice to push them. So, if anybody is lookin for good subs, buy these kind of Rockfords.

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P2's are very good

Troy from Custer, S.D. on 7/19/2005

I have two of these in seperate Q-logic sealed enclosures in a 94 chev s-10 standard cab pick-up. They are pushed by a Sony 200rms x 2 explode amp on 4 ohms. I would rate these speakers very high because of the amount of space they DON'T require. My truck sounds very well on the low mid's but these speakers do not handle the lows like I would perfer, but then again-I mainly listen to rap. For alternative, and metal, they sound exceptional. When I have them pump'n I cant see out my rear-view mirrors! These are great speakers for the price, and are stylish from my point of view. I bought a kicker 10"L7 from Crutchfield to try in my s-10, and I will put these in a ported box in my girls car(she loooves them!)

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Great subs!

massicer from Midland, TX on 6/29/2005

These subs are magnificant, i hooked up one to a 200w rockford amp and it really bumps in my chevy pickup, would recomend these to anyone who wants good sound with spending a ton of money

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CaffeineTripp from Elk River, Minnesota on 6/12/2005

They are pretty decent subs for one-hundred dollars each. Though I have them in Q-Logic truck boxes, they still put out good sound when in the hatch of a Daytona. Suggest that whomever buys these invests in a bandpass. Gives out more kick. A mono amplifier helps quite a bit also.

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Best bang for your buck

AMM from Kent County, DE on 6/4/2005

I wanted loud, clean, and deep bass from affordable subwoofers that didnt need a massive box. I built a custom sealed box that fit 3 of these in my Civic hatchback (subs firing rearward, of course). Each sub is powered by 200 watts rms power from MTX amps. The entire dash, steering column, console,seats, door trim, and anything else not bolted down vibrates. I am so impressed by this product that my new car is being outfitted with a complete RF system. This is the best bang for your buck.

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Warren from Adelanto,CA on 3/28/2005

Great sub, Have one hooked to a profile CA400M amp. Hits Hard and crisp.

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Great!!!

Al from Dearborn, MI on 3/2/2005

These are greaat subs, i have 2 hooked up in my truck and it really kicks i whould reccommend them.

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Features

Woofer: The cone is constructed of molded polypropylene. Polypropylene is lightweight and strong, giving the woofer high power handling and low distortion.

High Excursion Large Roll Surround: A large edge roll surround allows Punch woofers to produce 20% more linear excursion than standard surrounds, resulting in more bass output.

Parabolic Triangular Cone Geometry Support System: By bonding a polypropylene parabolic dust cap of equivalent size to the cone body, a balanced triangular structure is created. This system reduces piston flex and eliminates cone distortion.

Linear Spider: A compliant linear spider improves mechanical stability under high excursion, maintaining consistent excursion characteristics. This eliminates the need for a "break-in period."

Spider Support Ring: This integrated ring increases the bonding surface area between the voice coil former and spider, establishing a stronger joint. The result is increased mechanical power handling under high power/high excursion situations.

Anodized Aluminum Voice Coil Former: Aluminum voice coil formers offer superior heat dissipation over other commonly used materials. The hard-anodized finish increases the former strength. These two factors combine to improve the overall power handling characteristics of the subwoofer.

Precision Stamped CRS Basket: Reinforced cold roll steel basket legs dampen unwanted resonance for better bass coupling.

Double Stacked Magnet Motor Assembly: The stacked magnet assembly is used to create a powerful linear motor with increased excursion capability for superior bass output.

Removable Magnet Cover: The cosmetic magnet cover can be removed when additional mounting clearance is required. With the magnet cover installed, the woofer has the following dimensions:

  • Magnet Diameter: 7.235"
  • Depth as top: 5.643"

Spring Posts: The heavy-duty spring posts will accept pin connectors and bare wire.

Concealing Ring: Once the subwoofer is mounted, the concealing ring can be installed to hide the mounting screws, giving the subwoofer a finished look.

Enclosure Compatibility

Recommended Sealed Box Volume: The sealed box sizes recommended by Rockford Fosgate range from 0.5 cu/ft to 1.0 cu/ft. Within this range, the ideal size recommended by Rockford Fosgate is 0.65 cu/ft, so this is the enclosure recommended by Crutchfield.

Recommended Vented Box Volume: The vented box sizes recommended by Rockford Fosgate range from 1.0 cu/ft to 1.5 cu/ft. Within this range, the ideal size recommended by Rockford Fosgate is 1.25 cu/ft, so this is the enclosure recommended by Crutchfield. One 3" diameter x 7.3" long port should be used with a 1.25 cu/ft enclosure.

Recommended Single Reflex Bandpass Volume: Rockford Fosgate's enclosure chart lists three compatible bandpass enclosures. The highlighted bandpass enclosure has a sealed chamber volume of 0.6 cu/ft, a vented chamber volume of 0.45 cu/ft and a single 3" diameter x 14" long port. The smallest recommended enclosure has a sealed chamber volume of 0.5 cu/ft, a vented chamber volume of 0.3 cu/ft and a single 3" diameter x 15" long port. The largest recommended enclosure has a sealed chamber volume of 0.75 cu/ft, a vented chamber volume of 0.55 cu/ft and a single 3" diameter x 21" long port.

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