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Kenwood Excelon P-XW804B

Reference Series ported enclosure with one 8" shallow-mount subwoofer

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Kenwood's Excelon P-XW804B ported sub enclosure brings you the rich, full bass you love in a solid, durable...

Kenwood's Excelon P-XW804B ported sub enclosure brings you the rich, full bass you love in a solid, durable...

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About the Kenwood Excelon P-XW804B

Excel with Excelon

Kenwood's Excelon P-XW804B ported sub enclosure brings you the rich, full bass you love in a solid, durable enclosure that tucks neatly behind your seat or in your trunk. The 8" Excelon subwoofer features a redesigned, oversized cone with ribbed reinforcement that maintains its shape and and maximizes bass response. Its redesigned yoke and large magnet strengthen the sub's magnetic circuit, giving you even better reproduction of low frequencies.

Excel with Excelon

Kenwood's Excelon P-XW804B ported sub enclosure brings you the rich, full bass you love in a solid, durable enclosure that tucks neatly behind your seat or in your trunk. The 8" Excelon subwoofer features a redesigned, oversized cone with ribbed reinforcement that maintains its shape and and maximizes bass response. Its redesigned yoke and large magnet strengthen the sub's magnetic circuit, giving you even better reproduction of low frequencies.

300 watts of bass power

The P-XW804B ported loaded enclosure is less than 6” deep, so it'll fit in some seriously tight spots. Its 4-ohm sub handles up to 300 watts RMS, so send it plenty of power — it'll deliver the powerful bass that makes your music come alive.

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Product highlights:

  • ported enclosure with one 8" oversized Excelon subwoofer
  • ribbed polypropylene cone with rubber surround
  • 4-ohm impedance
  • power handling: 300 watts RMS (900 watts peak power)
  • frequency response: 41-300 Hz
  • sensitivity: 80 dB
  • dimensions: 17-11/16"W x 11-13/16"H x 5-7/8"D
  • warranty: 2 years
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # P-XW804B

What's in the box:

  • Vented subwoofer enclosure loaded with one 8" subwoofer
  • 2 L brackets
  • 8 Self-tapping screws (M5 x 25mm)
  • Warranty card

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Crutchfield customer from Renton, WA on 8/23/2019

2013 Kia Soul

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This thing puts out a lot louder more accurate bass than I would have thought for a small 8" sub. I was very impressed.

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Crutchfield customer from Ketchikan, AK on 7/30/2019

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I'm happy with sub fit good in f250 crew cab 2015 sound good.

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Crutchfield customer from San Bernardino, CA on 3/22/2019

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Easy to install and fits nicely behind my 2016 Colorado extended cab passenger seat. Could have a little more bass, but it is only an 8" after all. Easy to set up with my alpine 5 channel amp.

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Vanessa from Laredo, TX on 1/8/2019

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Great quality product. Fast shipping.

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Ben from Norfolk, VA on 12/30/2018

2014 Ford Focus

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Fits perfectly in the back cargo area of my wife's 2013 Ford Escape. We had a child and had to downsize from a larger enclosure/sub combo. This lays flat and stuff can be placed right on top. Box is quality. Been running it for about a week and it's not over powering, it's not rattle your fillings loose loud, but it compliments the rest of the cars audio perfectly. I plan on buying a second one of these.

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Crutchfield customer from Dallas, PA on 12/9/2018

2018 Ford F-150 XLT

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Does the job. Fit nicely under the rear seat of my 2018 f150 super crew.

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Crutchfield customer from Dededo, GU on 8/26/2018

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assume product just what i needed

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You CANNOT find better bass for the size or money.

Sam from Lebanon, PA on 2/22/2018

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2012 mini clubman+ Memphis viv900.5 + Kenwood Excelon P-XW804B = full rich bass. I was surprised with the output from this little sub. I don't want to ramble on about volume and amazing output but people this little 8 inch really puts out the bass. Now for the overall sound quality I am very confident Kenwood P-XW804B will exceed 90% of the listening population requirements. Sure you can find subs that go lower, hit harder, or may be a litter tighter but you better be ready to spend $300 to $500 and have more room for a bigger box. Oh by the way this sub is small, small enough to fit under the rear deck above the spare tire and below the main floor of a Mini.

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Features

Overview: The Kenwood Excelon P-XW804B is a loaded subwoofer enclosure with an 8" XR-series oversized driver. This compact, ported enclosure will fit into many vehicles, even where space is at a premium. Included with the subwoofer are two metal L-brackets and hardware for mounting it into your vehicle.

Driver: The P-XW804B contains a single 4-ohm XR-W804 8" driver. The speaker has an oversized cone to give you better low frequency output. Ribs on the underside of the cone add strength to keep it from flexing during excursion, minimizing distortion. The motor structure features a strong magnetic circuit and a reinforced yoke for extra durability.

Enclosure: The subwoofer enclosure is made of medium-density fiberboard (MDF) covered in black carpet. The white and red Kenwood Excelon logo is stitched into the top panel. It has a rectangular shape with a recessed front baffle which allows you to mount the sub vertically or horizontally, either up-firing or down-firing. The enclosure has a 4" x 1" slot port on the left side. The round terminal cup is also located on the left side with spring post terminals that will accept bare wire, pin connectors, and single or dual banana plugs.

Specifications:

  • Frequency Response: 41Hz to 300Hz
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  • Power Handling: 300 watts RMS; 900 watts Peak
  • Sensitivity: 80dB (1W/1m)
  • Dimensions: Width 18", Height 12", Depth 6"
  • Weight: 18.52 pounds

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Can this be mounted up-firing, underneath, and attached to the rear deck/package shelf in my Toyota Avalon?
[ BRIAN  Dec 04, 2018 ]
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This is a small sub so if you have skills to be able to do custom install, this may work.
[ ROBERT  Dec 05, 2018 ]
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I mounted mine vertically on the back wall of the trunk and have it firing through the center armrest console on my Bimmer. In my opinion you can mount it "upside down" with the speaker firing upwards. Good luck with your build.
[ Roderick  Dec 04, 2018 ]
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I have one and I would guess it could. The port is on the side. I am by no means an engineer, but I believe that port is where most of the sound comes from. I have turned the box to make the port face different directions in my Toyota Highlander. That does change the sound a bit.
[ Steve  Dec 04, 2018 ]

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