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Chassis: The Boston Acoustics G3 series high-performance
subwoofers are built upon a rigid chassis. It features the patented RadialVent
cooling technology which directs airflow around the 2-1/2-inch 4-layer voice
coil for increased power handling.
Materials: The G310-4 woofer has a co-polymer woofer cone
with a raised dustcap and a large compressed foam surround. The wrap-around
gasket gives you a good seal whether you top-mount or bottom-mount the woofer.
SureSet: The speaker terminals are equipped with two 7.5-amp ATC
fuses providing voice coil protection under transient conditions such as accidental
momentary overdrive. Use of the standard automotive style fuses allows you to quickly
service the woofer in case a fuse is blown during usage. Note: The
fuses do not protect against voice-coil failure resulting from long term high power
Terminals: The woofer has rugged spring post terminals that
accept up to 8-gauge bare wire or pin connectors.
Long Excursion: The woofer has a 2-3/4 inch peak-to-peak
excursion for accurate deep bass output from a small sealed enclosure.
GTR Tunable Radiators: The G310-4 is compatible with the Boston
Acoustic GTR Tunable Radiator (item number
065GTR10, sold separately). These passive
radiators, when mounted in an enclosure with the G3 woofer, can produce increased
bass output without added enclosure volume.
Sealed Enclosure: The ideal sealed enclosure for the G310-4
woofer is 0.5 cubic feet.
Ported Enclosure: The woofer can also be used in a 1.3 cubic
foot ported enclosure with a 3" diameter x 10" long port (tuned to 36