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MTX RTX108

10" midbass speaker with 8-ohm voice coil

Item # 236RTX108

They'll hear you coming Are you looking to play your music loud? If so, you'll want to check out MTX's Road...

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About the MTX RTX108

They'll hear you coming
Are you looking to play your music loud? If so, you'll want to check out MTX's Road Thunder Extreme speakers, which use PA system technology to bring concert sound levels to your car. MTX built the RTX108 10" midbass speaker to fill in the frequencies in between where your tweeters and subwoofers play. And, believe us — this incredibly efficient speaker will give you plenty of volume when you feed it some serious power.

They'll hear you coming
Are you looking to play your music loud? If so, you'll want to check out MTX's Road Thunder Extreme speakers, which use PA system technology to bring concert sound levels to your car. MTX built the RTX108 10" midbass speaker to fill in the frequencies in between where your tweeters and subwoofers play. And, believe us — this incredibly efficient speaker will give you plenty of volume when you feed it some serious power.

Built for high power
The RTX108 handles up to 250 watts RMS thanks to its hefty magnet, treated paper cone, and cloth surround. You can also easily run two of these 8-ohm speakers with a single amplifier channel, great news if you're installing two in each door. You can install this speaker in an enclosure if you want, but it works great in a free-air applications.

Note: This package contains one speaker. You'll need an external amplifier to drive this speaker properly — an in-dash stereo won't have enough power.

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Product highlights:

  • 10" midbass speaker with 8-ohm voice coil
  • treated paper cone
  • treated cloth surround
  • power range: 50-250 watts RMS (750 watts peak power)
  • frequency response: 70-4600 Hz
  • sensitivity: 94 dB
  • mounting depth: 4-5/16"
  • warranty: 2 years
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # RTX108
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What's in the box:

  • One 10" Midbass driver
  • Specification sheet

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Specifications

  • Fs (resonant frequency): 58.7 Hz
  • Qms (mechanical Q at Fs): 12.875
  • Cms (suspension compliance): 0.207 mm/N
  • Mms (diaphragm/coil mass, including acoustic load): 36.538 g
  • Rms (suspension's mechanical resistance): 1.019 kg/s
  • Vas (equivalent compliance volume): 37.116 liters
  • Xmax (maximum linear peak): 0.72 mm
  • D (cone diameter): 8.39"
  • Sd (cone area): 356.33 cm² (0.035633 m²)
  • Vd (peak displacement volume): 0.026 liters
  • Qes (Electrical Q at Fs): 0.771
  • Re (voice coil DC resistance): 5.50 Ω
  • Le (Voice coil inductance): 0.679 mH
  • Bl (force factor): 9.67 Tm
  • Qts (total Q at Fs): 0.727
  • η0 (reference efficiency): 0.938%
  • Peak Power: 750 watts
  • SPL: 94.0 dB
  • Frequency Response: 70 Hz to 4.6 kHz
  • Recommended Crossover: 100 Hz high pass

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Great sound [ oneil  Jun 23, 2017 ]

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Q
I bought an bluetooth box with 10 inch holes will this fit also do i really need an amplifier or can i just install these ones?
[ Edgar  Mar 16, 2018 ]
1 answer
A
The MTX RTX108 is made to fit into a cutout hole that is 9.162" in diameter and, yes, you will definitely need an amplifier to power to power it properly. For additional assistance and personalized recommendations, feel free to contact us directly by phone or through our online chat service: https://www.crutchfield.com/support/ContactUs.aspx
[ Ryan  Mar 29, 2018 ]  Staff
Q
Do these just go in the car door where the normal speakers would go? Or would you suggest a separate box?
[ Jacob  May 02, 2015 ]
1 answer
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I used these as replacement speakers for a home system speaker boxes.
[ John  May 03, 2015 ]

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