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Rockford Fosgate R2S-1X10

Sealed truck-style enclosure with one 10" Prime subwoofer

Item # 575R2S1X10

Big bass in a tight space Rockford Fosgate's Prime Series R2S-1X10 shallow sub enclosure lets you have big bass in...

Big bass in a tight space Rockford Fosgate's Prime Series R2S-1X10 shallow sub enclosure lets you have big bass in...

Item # 575R2S1X10

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$179.99

About the Rockford Fosgate R2S-1X10

Big bass in a tight space
Rockford Fosgate's Prime Series R2S-1X10 shallow sub enclosure lets you have big bass in your vehicle without taking up much space. Coming in at 5-1/4" deep, this box was made with the regular cab truck owner in mind. Rockford Fosgate built each enclosure with 5/8" thick medium-density fiberboard protected by rugged black carpeting so they're tough too.

Big bass in a tight space
Rockford Fosgate's Prime Series R2S-1X10 shallow sub enclosure lets you have big bass in your vehicle without taking up much space. Coming in at 5-1/4" deep, this box was made with the regular cab truck owner in mind. Rockford Fosgate built each enclosure with 5/8" thick medium-density fiberboard protected by rugged black carpeting so they're tough too.

Prime Series R2S-1X10 shallow sub enclosure

Powerful woofer
The enclosure comes loaded with one Prime R2SD4 10" sub that handles up to 200 watts RMS, wired for 2-ohm impedance. The sub features a mica-injected polypropylene cone with a poly-foam surround for accurate bass that you can feel. The package includes two mounting brackets and four self-tapping screws.

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Product highlights:

  • sealed truck-style enclosure with one 10" Prime subwoofer
  • 5/8" medium density fiberboard construction covered with heavy-duty carpet
  • 2-ohm total impedance
  • power handling: 100-200 watts RMS (400 watts peak power)
  • frequency response: 38-250 Hz
  • sensitivity: 83 dB
  • 19-1/8"W x 13-1/2"H x 5-1/4"D1 x 3-1/4"D2
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # R2S-1X10

What's in the box:

  • Sealed enclosure loaded with one 10" woofer
  • 2 Mounting brackets
  • Four 3/4" Self tapping screws
  • Installation and operation instructions

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Features & specs

General
Woofer Size (inches) 10
Speakers Per Box 1
Woofer Material Mica injected poly
Enclosure Type Sealed
Color Black
Pieces in System 1
Width (inches) 19-1/8
Height (inches) 13-1/2
Depth (inches) 5-1/4
Second Depth (inches) 3-1/4
Connector Type Spring post
Frequency Response 38-250 Hz
Power Range (Watts RMS) 200
Maximum Wattage 400
Sensitivity 83 dB
Impedance 2 ohms
Parts Warranty 1 Year
Labor Warranty 1 Year

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Features

Enclosure: The Rockford Fosgate Prime R2S-1X10 houses a single R2SD4 10" subwoofer. The sealed enclosure is constructed of 5/8" Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) and covered with black high density carpet. There is a pair of high current spring posts on the right side (when facing the subwoofer); the terminal will accommodate pin connectors, single or dual banana plugs, or bare wire up to 10 gauge. The subwoofer's dual voice coils are wired in parallel and present a 2-ohm load to your amplifier.

Voice Coil Former: The R2SD4-10's voice coil former is made of anodized aluminum to provide superior heat dissipation. Unlike traditional plastic, aluminum acts as a heat-sink to quickly dissipate thermal build-up on the voice coil. This keeps the subwoofer cool and improves durability.

Stitched Tinsel Leads: The multipoint, periodic stitched technique of attaching the tinsel lead wires to the spider spreads stress and strain over a greater area, reducing fatigue and the possibility of shorting. This significantly improves the reliability and performance of the subwoofer.

Stamped Steel Basket: The R2SD4-10 subwoofer features a stamped steel basket for added rigidity.

CEA-2031 Compliant: The power handling specifications for the R2SD4-10 subwoofer conform to CEA-2031 industry standards. This means the subwoofer has the capacity to handle power under continuous demand, not instantaneous power handling, that over time, can damage voice coils.

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13 questions already asked

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The surround of this speaker is touching the backseat, is there a grille that fits this sub?
[ GENO  Sep 12, 2020 ]
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Hi Geno. Unfortunately the Rockford Fosgate R2S-1X10 subwoofer, does not have a grille option.
[ Jess  Sep 25, 2020 ]  Staff
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Not that i know off. Has not been a problem for me.
[ bill  Sep 24, 2020 ]
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What the mounting depth on this box?
[ Connor  Aug 19, 2020 ]
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Dimensions were listed on the Crutchfield website when i bought mine. I would have to pull seat to measure actual depth. It is tight behind rear seat in my Tundra CM but fits.
[ bill  Aug 19, 2020 ]
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Could I run 300 watt RMS to this Subwoofer? I want to use a Rockford Fosgate 600 watt 5 channel amp to power my speakers as well but the amp supplies 300 watt RMS to the sub channel and im wondering if that is too much.
[ Ben  Apr 23, 2020 ]
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well with every amp, or the amps i've been using, the amount of power can be reduced. Even by manually tuning with the settings on your receiver or EQ.. I also prefer bigger amps anyway. The awesome support staff at crutchfield would know more.
[ Glen  Apr 23, 2020 ]
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That's probably exactly the power you want but you need to adjust it down and get it just under what you need. The speaker hits great but if you overdo it the sub wont last long. Test it good and keep the power just under what works and it'll last a long time like mine has. Happy thumping!
[ Brandon A.  Apr 23, 2020 ]
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Will this work with a Memphis srx 1.250?
[ Christopher  Apr 30, 2019 ]
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This Sub/enclosure would be a great match up with the Memphis 250.1 amplifier. We generally recommend powering a sub between 75-150% of the rated RMS power, with it being better to be over the RMS than under. Feel free to call one of our Advisors if you have more questions! https://www.crutchfield.com/support/ContactUs.aspx
[ Calvin  May 01, 2019 ]  Staff
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It should work just fine. You will need to adjust the gain to the appropriate level. This is important to get the best sound out of the speaker/ woofer. I have a 200 watt amp in my GMC Sierra and have the sun mounted behind the back seat. It fills the sound in very well but not obnoxious. More like a thump than a boom. If you have the owners Manuel for the amp it wil/ should tell you how to set up the gain in ohms for the speaker level to match your system.
[ Keith  Apr 30, 2019 ]
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Will this fit behind the seat of a double-cab 3rd generation Toyota Tacoma without modifications?
[ Mike  Feb 27, 2019 ]
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Pretty sure behind seat is same size as my 2nd gen 2007 double cab. Fits perfect in mine. I'm 99%sure yours is same as mine
[ Michael  Feb 28, 2019 ]
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I don't know if it will fit your Toyota. I put it behind seat in crew cab chev. tight fit, but works great!!
[ Lane  Feb 27, 2019 ]
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Are there any recommendations for a grill that would fit this sub?
[ Brian  Nov 03, 2018 ]
1 answer
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No. Just run it as is. We put up against the rear trk seat and does fine
[ Lane  Nov 04, 2018 ]
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What amplifier should I get for this? One reasonably priced, could you please point me in the right direction so I don't get one that won't work
[ Archie  Apr 29, 2017 ]
1 answer
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Thanks for your question. For information on selecting the best amp for your sub I would recommend reaching out to an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They will be able to help determine the differences between the amp models and help you make the best choice for your system.
[ Kenny  Apr 29, 2017 ]  Staff
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Would this box fit behind the back seat of a 2003 Nissan Frontier 4dr Crew Cab?
[ kevin  Mar 19, 2017 ]
1 answer
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For more information on vehicle-specific installation please contact an Advisor directly by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They can access the research on your Frontier model to ensure fitment and recommend the appropriate accessories for your installation.
[ Larry  Apr 01, 2017 ]  Staff
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Would a punch p200-2 power this sub?
[ Jamie  Feb 14, 2016 ]
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That amp only provides 50 watts RMS @ 2 ohms per channel. The sub is rated at 100-400 watts RMS @ 2 ohms. Even though bridging the amp for 200 watts will result in an impedance mismatch as the amp is stable at 4 ohms for 200 watts while bridged. You wouldn't get clean frequency response as the amp would offer too much resistance to effectively drive a 2-ohm sub. You're better off looking for a mono amp with a rating of 200-300 watts RMS @ 2 ohms stable for this sub box.
[ Tobias  Feb 15, 2016 ]
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Will this fit behind the seat of an 08 gmc sierra extended cab?
[ Slade  Dec 10, 2015 ]
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Hard to say. Everything in my research points to people installing under the rear seats in the '08 Sierra. There's plenty of custom boxes for that application. I'd start by measuring from the back of the seats to the rear wall...you'll need 5.25" just for the box, but you'll want closer to 6" (at a minimum) to compensate for the sub cone and excursion movement (don't want the sub cone banging against the rear seat). Secondly, you will need to measure farther up the back of the seat (the distance upwards will be the boxes height measurement) to ensure you're getting 3.25" of clearance (probably need at least 4" for aforementioned compensations). Hope this helps. Another box to consider, though vastly more expensive, which is smaller (and totes a 13.5" sub) would be the JL Audio Stealth boxes. Best of luck.
[ Tobias  Dec 11, 2015 ]
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What size wire (GAUGE) are the terminals?
[ Ethan  Oct 10, 2015 ]
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Anything larger than .12 ga. is overkill for 10" sub terminals...but you could probably squeeze .08 ga. into these connectors.
[ Tobias  Dec 11, 2015 ]
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I believe im running 8 gauge
[ Ardaches  Oct 11, 2015 ]
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I have a Polk 660.4 300 Watt Amp. I plan to use the front channels for two 6x9 Polk DB691's and bridge the other 2 channels for this sub HOWEVER the Polk amp is 4OHM and the Sub is 2OHM (rockford fosgate r2s 1x10). Will I have a problem ? The Polk amp will have very limited ventilation btw...
[ JohnF  May 29, 2015 ]
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The sub will present a 2ohm load to the amp, as you said. At 150w bridged on an amp rated for a stable 4ohm load, coupled with the fact that ventilation will be limited, you're likely to run into problems with the amp overheating and activation of any protection circuits, likely causing the amp to be somewhat useless. It's usually okay to have present more resistance to an amplified channel capable of stable lower resistance operation (i.e. 4 ohm sub with a 2 ohm amp) but the other way around will cause problems. I hope this helps answer your question.
[ Tobias  May 30, 2015 ]
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It looks like the box is around .38cf, but this sub by itself has a recommendation of .7cf for a sealed box and bigger for a ported. Doesn't that mean the box is too small for that sub?
[ jim  May 30, 2014 ]
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There's a trade-off between enclosure size and low frequency response. The R2SD4-10 has a resonant frequency Fs of 38Hz and to get that a sealed enclosure should have a volume of 0.7 cubic feet. Since this enclosure is smaller, the speaker's resonant frequency will be a bit higher and I wouldn't expect the R2S-1X10 to operate well all the way down to the claimed 38 Hz. But you probably won't notice the difference.
[ Stephen  Jun 04, 2014 ]
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The speaker sounds great in its enclosure and fits perfectly behind the seat in my truck. No downsides for my use. Save the rocket science for rocket science
[ SHON D  May 31, 2014 ]
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