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Monolith M12 V2 500wRMS Powered 12 inch Subwoofer (THX Ultra II) - $650 (Mechanicsville)

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condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Monolith
model name / number: M12 V2
size / dimensions: 24.8" x 16.7" x 22.8"
I have a Monolith M12 V2 500w RMS Powered 12 inch Subwoofer FOR SALE!

This unit is in great condition, FULLY FUNCTIONAL, and will include it's heavy gauge power cord, as well as a Monoprice PRO Series RCA x Male XLR cable (10ft) OR an Amazon basics LFE cable (25 ft). This is not your average home theater subwoofer. This thing boasts a THX Ultra II certification, which means it is rated as being powerful enough to pressurize an extra large sized room. And this thing can do it. I am including specs, and pics.

Model 42847
Woofer 12" cone
Cone Material 2‑layer long fiber pulp/glass fiber cone
Voice Coil 60mm with high temperature aluminum wire and black anodized aluminum bobbin
Surround FEA optimized NBR (nitrile butadiene rubber)
Motor FEA optimized, undercut T‑pole focused field
Magnet Ceramic Y35, 2 pcs total 180 oz.
Xmax 18mm (one‑way)
Xmech 78mm (peak‑to‑peak)
Enclosure Sealed or vented HDF cabinet with horizontal and vertical bracing
Finish Black Ash
Amplifier Class D 500Wrms
Frequency Response (‑6dB) Sealed Vented
Extended EQ - 17~200 Hz
THX® EQ - Recommended - 20~200 Hz
Harmonic Distortion <3% 20~100 Hz (90dB @ 1m)
Variable Level Control +15/‑20dB
Crossover Inline/Bypass variable 40~160 Hz
Inputs RCA (2), XLR
Outputs XLR
Signal Turn On Selectable always on/auto
Auto Turn Off 30 minutes
Dimensions (LxWxH) 630 x 425 x 580 mm (24.8" x 16.7" x 22.8")
Weight 52.2 kg (115.1 lbs.)

*** Additionally, I have installed 2 inch removable casters on the bottom of the subwoofer. This thing weighs 115 lbs, and I can tell you from experience, that doing the "sub-crawl" with this thing, is definitely A LOT easier with the casters. They have deep shafts, and just pop in and out. But, I can tell you also from experience, that the casters absolutely do NOT effect the sound of the subwoofer, or the LFE in general, so the casters are best left in place, that way, even cleaning with this thing in the way, is not any big deal at all.

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