Aria In Wall Subwoofer 8 Inch Passive 160W max (single)
    Product # 4927
    Aria In Wall Subwoofer 8 Inch Passive 160W max (single)
    Product # 4927
    Size : 8in
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    Aria In Wall Subwoofer 8 Inch Passive 160W max (single)

    This in-wall bridge speaker transforms your smaller 2-way in-wall or satellite speakers into full range monitors. This compact, non-powered sub is not for replacing a decent powered LFE subwoofer, but to bridge the frequency gap often found when trying to pair smaller speakers to a high powered subwoofer.

    While typical compact 2-way speakers do a fine job of covering the high and mid frequency audio, they tend to taper off at the upper end of the low frequencies, leaving a sonic gap between the highs and lows. You can adjust the upper end of your powered subs crossover to compensate, but that ends up sacrificing sound staging and depth of field as the directional upper low end frequencies start to collapse onto the location of your sub. Pair these with each of your main speakers for clearer, more well defined audio and wider sound staging. It will be like having massive full range tower speakers without sacrificing any living space.

    Please note that the video on this page shows the specific instructions for installation of PID 6317. While this speaker mounts into the wall differently than the one in the video, the video shows the basic steps, tools, and types of procedures that would be used for the installation of any in-wall or in-ceiling speaker, and is included on this page for reference purposes only. Please refer to the specific installation instructions of the in-wall or in-ceiling speaker you have for the specific dimensions and installation procedures.

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    Model 4927
    Frequency Response 58 Hz to 3.0 kHz
    Impedance 8 ohms
    Power Handling Capacity 80 watts nominal, 160 watts max
    Woofer 8" Non-press Cone Woofer
    Magnet Size 30 oz.
    Sensitivity 90dB ±2dB (1.0m/2.0V)
    Crossover 6dB per octave
    Cut-out Dimensions 8.6" x 8.6"
    Overall Dimentions 10.0" x 10.0" x 4.0"

    38 Reviews

    88.42% of the reviewers recommend this product



    • Craig_From_TN,
    •  Franklin, TN 
    • 11/23/2015 11:53:38 AM

    Pros: Subwoofer Quality Is Wonderful. It Sounds Great!!!!! Better than I anticipated.

    Cons: The installation instructions are non-existent. THIS IS WHY I AM NOT GIVING THIS PRODUCT A 10.

    The product itself is fantastic. The subwoofer is great..would buy it again...yadda yadda...I love it. However, my beef is that the installation instructions included for this subwoofer are the same ones included with the standard speakers. The standard speaker instructions DO NOT COVER the differences. For example, there is a metal rectangular frame that is included with the subwoofer, but no reference at all as to how to use it, install it, or adjust it. I am a pretty smart person, and I must admit it took me a good 20 minutes to figure it out. I did even go to to search for a "how to" video..and even it covered standard installation.

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    Amazing for he price

    • Nick,
    •  ,  
    • 10/4/2015 2:16:48 PM

    Pros: for the price this thing really pumps.. I have this hooked up to a Dayton audio plate amp at 1/2 gain via LFE. adds a lot of low end to my movies.

    Cons: I little hard to install as the instructions are not great. I need to figure out how to get the metal grate to stay put. it pops out sometimes due the woofer pounding.

    overall I am very happy with this sub

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    Not really a review, just a comment about the knowledge base answer.

    •  Monroe, NC 
    • 9/11/2015 3:02:59 PM

    Pros: Looks good.

    Cons: Gotta cut holes in the wall. :)

    Saw the answer to a question regarding connection to an existing system, and the mention of SERIES wiring is incorrect. NEVER series wire different types of speakers (ie- a sub and a small front main). This sub has a built-in passive crossover (although I can't find a x-over frequency spec) that Ii will assume is a low pass. If connecting this to the same amp as the main L/R speakers, you should parallel wire them (+ to + and - to -) since the crossover on this unit only passes low frequencies. Add a 6 or 12 dB/oct. hi pass on the L/R speakers and they will cover different frequency ranges, so your average impedance at the amp is still 8 ohms/channel. Just sayin'.

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    Sweet deal

    • Anonymous,
    •  Ogden, UT 
    • 9/3/2015 11:06:00 AM

    Pros: Fills range

    Cons: none

    I would buy this again. I am happy with it.

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    Solid performer for the price

    • Anonymous,
    •  Livingston, NJ 
    • 10/12/2014 7:51:08 PM

    Pros: adds some lower end to the in-wall L/C/Rs.
    Super cheap.

    Cons: Not powered, not line level. Not the fault of the speaker, but most people will need to set it up "in series" which monoprice states is the least desirable way to do it. None of my receivers have speaker-level outputs for the sub.

    An easy add-on when choosing to go with in-wall speakers. Can't beat the 3.1 setup for $200. While it lacks the oomph of a powered sub with a LFE connection, it adds a lot of lower end to the system.

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