RBH MS8.1: Sometimes The Truth Comes In Small Packages

Instead of designing a run of the mill 8-inch subwoofer to accompany the CT speaker line, RBH decided to take it to the next level and create a subwoofer that has more output capability than you would expect a subwoofer paired with a “mini” system would!

  • The MS-8.1 features not one, but two 8-inch aluminum drivers and an internal 200-watt amplifier.
  • It delivers an impressive bass down to 35 hz

It uses two 8″ aluminum-cone drivers — one front-firing, the other down-firing — with a 200W amplifier in a side-ported, medium-density-fiberboard cabinet measuring 13″ high, 11″ wide, and almost 14″ deep. It has 5 way binding posts (not the cheap spring clips you see on other subs) for its speaker-level connections, a variable crossover from 40Hz to 160Hz for line-level connections, variable phase control, a 230V/115V switch, detachable power cord, dual inputs and outputs, and a heatsink on the rear panel.Try picking this thing up- it weighs a solid 35lbs!

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technical specs

  • Frequency Response: 35Hz – 180Hz±3dB
  • Recommended Power: 200 Watts (powered subs: amplifier RMS power)
  • Drive Units: Dual 8″ (203mm) Aluminum Woofers
  • Crossover Frequency: 50-160Hz (variable)
  • Colors: black, white
  • Dimensions: 13″ H x 11 1/4″ W x 13″ D  (330mm W x 286mm H x 330mm D)
  • Weight: 35lbs
  • Warranty: 1 year

Are you looking for a subwoofer with a even more of a punch? Then look at the RBH TS-10AP