BOSS Audio Systems BAB8 Amplified Car Subwoofer – 800 Watts Max Power, Low Profile, 8 Inch Subwoofer, Remote Subwoofer Control, Great for Vehicles That Need Bass But Have Limited Space


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Amplified Car Subwoofer – 800 Watts Max Power, Low Profile, 8 Inch Subwoofer, Remote Subwoofer Control


Break Your Subwoofer In. Much like the engine of a new automobile, a new subwoofer must go through a short but important process of “break-in” before it is run under harsh conditions. The “break-in” process will ensure the subwoofer is able to perform as it has been designed to. This process involves subjecting the subwoofer to no more than low-to-medium volume levels for a number of hours in the enclosure. 3-4 hours is generally sufficient for the subwoofer’s suspension to loosen enough to prevent the voice coil(s) from overheating and causing failure. The break-in period is also effective in extending subwoofer life. Over-driving the woofer before it has been properly broken-in will usually result in premature failure and poor performance.

• One 8″ Woofer with SINGLE 2.6 ohm Voice Coil • 800 Watts MAX 400 Watts RMS Power Handling • RCA & Speaker Level Inputs, High Level Inputs • Thermal, Short and Overload Protection Circuits, Power & Protection LEDs • Phase Control, Subsonic Filter, Low Pass Crossover, Variable Bass Boost, Input Gain Control






IPX5 Rating

The IPX5 Rating means that the equipment will be protected against low pressure water stream from any angle.

Class A/B

Our Class-A/B amplifiers feature specific linear circuitry that increases sound quality and power output while reducing distortion and improving efficiency.

Mosfet Power Supply

Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field-Effect Transistors quickly switch from full to non-conduction for high efficiency output.

High & Low Level Inputs

High-level inputs accept speaker output signals and low-level inputs accept pre-amp output signals to allow for the addition of amps and processors to standard factory or aftermarket source units.





Phase Control

This function on the amplifier comes in handy for custom installations where you might need to have your speakers or subwoofers mounted the non-traditional way with the magnet facing out. Let us explain. You can set the Phase anywhere from 0 degrees to 180 degrees. What this does is that it reverses the polarity (Positive/Negative) on your subwoofer terminals which in turn reverse the direction of the low frequency BOOM that you are used to hearing.

Variable Bass Boost

Variable Bass Boost allows you to adjust the low bass within the boost range to just the way you like it.

Variable Low Pass Filter

Variable low-pass filter gives you control over the frequencies that pass through to the subwoofer.

Remote Sub Control

A wired remote lets you easily control the subwoofer level for customized output and superior sound.

Built-in Amplifier – A built-in 800 Max watt amplifier powers the subwoofer
Pulse Width Modulated – This design controls the output voltage and current precisely by not only removing the output current sensing loss, but also eliminating all secondary feedback circuitry. It increases efficiency, is lighter, smaller reliable
Variable Low-Pass Filter – A low-pass filter is an electronic circuit that removes all the notes below the filter’s frequency setting. You will use the Low-pass filter to primarily keep high notes out of your subwoofer(s)
High Level Input – Speaker level inputs are commonly referred to as high-level inputs. It will be used to connect the BAB8 to your factory radio or an aftermarket radio that does not have low-level (RCA) inputs
Low Level Input – Line level inputs, also known as RCA inputs or low-level inputs, use RCA interconnect cables to link the BAB8 with the source unit. Most aftermarket radios have multiple pairs of RCA outputs that can connect to multiple amplifiers
Variable Bass Boost – Variable Bass Boost allows you to adjust the low bass within the boost range to just the way you like it


Benefits of quality speakers

With quality speakers, you can expect a much better listening experience. One of the main advantages is that they provide clearer and more accurate sound, allowing you to hear all the details in your favorite music or movies. This is because these speakers are designed to reproduce a wider and more accurate frequency range, which means you can hear the lowest and highest sounds more clearly.

In addition, quality speakers typically have a more powerful and immersive sound, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the listening experience. This is especially useful when watching movies, as it allows you to feel as if you are in the scene itself.

Another advantage of quality speakers is their durable and sturdy construction. Quality speakers are made from high-quality materials and are designed to withstand prolonged use. This means that you can enjoy high-quality sound for many years without having to worry about the need to replace them.

In short, quality speakers offer a much better listening experience, with clearer, more accurate and powerful sound, better bass and treble reproduction, and a durable, rugged construction for long-lasting use.

There are several types of speakers, including:

1.-Box speakers: these are the most common speakers and are used in a variety of applications, from home sound systems to professional sound equipment.

2.-Column speakers: they are similar to box speakers, but have a taller and more streamlined design.

3.-Satellite speakers: are small speakers that are used in conjunction with a subwoofer to provide surround sound.

4.-Tweeter and midrange speakers: these are specialized speakers used to reproduce high and mid-frequency sounds.

5.-Bass speakers: these are specialized speakers used to reproduce low frequency sounds, such as bass.

6.-Wireless speakers: speakers that connect to a device via a wireless connection, such as Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.

7.-Home theater speakers: these are specialized speakers used in home theater systems to provide high-quality, immersive sound.

8.-Monitor speakers: these are specialized speakers used in recording and production studios to provide accurate and detailed sound.

9.-Bookshelf speakers: are medium-sized speakers that are placed on a shelf or furniture, ideal for small environments and to complement a home sound system.