Aria In Wall Subwoofer 10 Inch Passive 200W max (single)
    Product # 4928
    Aria In Wall Subwoofer 10 Inch Passive 200W max (single)
    Product # 4928
    $39.99
    Size : 10in
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    Aria In Wall Subwoofer 10 Inch Passive 200W 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. Bi-amp them with a capable amp or receiver to get the ultimate audio experience. 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 much 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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    Specifications
    Impedance 8 ohms
    Frequency Response 35 Hz to 3.0 kHz
    Power Handling Capacity 100 watts nominal / 200 watts max
    Woofer 10" Non-press Cone Woofer
    Magnet Size 30oz
    Sensitivity 88dB ±2dB (1.0m/2.0V)
    Crossover 6dB per octave
    Cut-out Dimensions 10.6 x 10.6"
    Overall Dimentions 11.9" x 11.9"
    Mounting Depth 3.6"
    Cold Test -25°C ± 3° for 16 hours
    Heat Test +70°C ± 2° for 16 hours
    4.6 / 5.0
    38 Reviews
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    How to install?
    If I already have four speakers connected to unit using the AB feature how do I include this in my set up?
    August 30, 2009
    Not really a review, just a comment about the knowledge base answer.
    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'.

    PROS: Looks good.

    CONS: Gotta cut holes in the wall. :)
    September 11, 2015
    Works great
    Installation was easy, hookup was easy. I ended up buying this amp to drive it (and seems to be working great):

    AudioSource AMP-100 Stereo Power Amplifier (from Amazon.com)

    PROS: Great sound quality and level (I know because my wife complains).

    CONS: Difficult to find the right amp to drive it if you don't know what you are doing - which I didn't.
    September 19, 2012
    5/5
    great speakers, fast shipping
    March 12, 2012
    Robust and rowdy
    This piece was the cherry on top of four 8" Kevlars, the 5 1/4" center console and an plug-in LFE. Thinking I would have a system that didn't sound half bad, I am blown away by the new room. We have taken the volume to 'five more minutes and I'm calling the cops' level- where it feels like you're at the concert- and not one of the speakers bats so much as an eye. Truly amazing to think I put the entire system together for less than $400... which is less than the wife was willing to let me spend on a Bose system.
    Comparing what I put together to a Bose, I'd say the range on all levels (music, movies heavy in dialogue) I'd rate this as better.

    PROS: Fills out the entire spectrum

    CONS: Bracketing a little tricky to figure out
    October 23, 2010
    Thumpin Bass
    Combined a pair of these subs with a pair of 8" Kevlar angle cieling speakers - in the cieling of an outooor patio. Bass was so-so but sound improved. Added a sub amp and WOW! the system cranks while discreetly out of view and away from the elements. "Knowledge Based" tab was an awsome resource!
    July 26, 2010
    10
    I own an Onkyo-HTRC360 receiver, was told by Monoprice support that I would not require a seperate amp to pwer this sub, and to simply use the Zone 2 of my reciever and it will be great.

    Soon as I hookup, I will let everyone know

    PROS: Easy install, great price!!!

    CONS: None so far, will report once I connect everything
    July 30, 2012
    Great product and even better price!
    I was a little hesitant to pull the trigger on my entire 5.1 in-wall system purchased through monoprice. My installation is part of a complete renovation in my all-season room so I had the ability to stage the space for the sub appropriately. Following the advice I read in these reviews, I sealed in the 2x4 studs by putting in a 2x4 brace at the top of the enclosure effectively creating a 16 in X 16 in box. I then filled the space with insulation before installing the sub. I am powering the sub with the subwoofer output on by 6 channel 100 watt Kenwood receiver, which seems quite sufficient for my application. All in all, this sub hits hard and as a lot of the other reviews suggest, you just can't beat the quality and quantity of sound for the money! I really have to hand it to Monoprice for delivering such a quality product at a great price. I would highly recommend this speaker.

    PROS: Great design

    Easy installation

    Great sound output

    CONS: None for my installation (small room), though I would research the use of this sub in larger sized rooms.
    April 22, 2014
    Not bad for the price
    These hooked up really easy and seem to be working really good - we have not really pushed them too much but so far - so good!

    PROS: These hooked up really easy and seem to be working really good - we have not really pushed them too much but so far - so good!

    CONS: None
    February 14, 2012
    Not 2 Shabby
    Purchased this along with 6317 center ch., 4619's for my surrounds, and 7604's for my mains in a 5.1 in-wall install in my TV room. I was originally going to go with a typ. separate powered sub, but the woman of the house refused to look at a big black box in the room so the in-wall 4928 it was!
    Granted performance is not going to match the other sub I picked out 1st, but there are some tuning tricks that you can do to make this sub hit nice clear low tones (see cons). BTW, I powered this with an Audiosource AMP100, bridged, works nicely great amp for the money.
    I have to say the quality of all these speakers offered from MP are impressive and the value is unrivaled...the system sounds awesome with the looks to match! Awesome HT on a budget!

    PROS: Compact, High Quality, Classy/high end look, no giant big box in the room! Performs well. MP VALUE!

    CONS: Not really a con against the product itself, just more on the nature of its design and these types of speakers:
    To get this sub to perform well I strongly recommend using a strong wall of decent drywall thickness, and open bay with no major obstructions. Sub can easily rattle or buzz anything that's in close proximity to the speaker's position. To help eliminate standing waves in the wall cavity I used some acoustical grade foam above, below and some directly behind the speaker. Also, make sure the bay is closed off (capped), the goal here should be to try and replicate a sealed enclosure in some way or form, and eliminate any loose vibrating objects. Doing this will greatly improve results by lowering distortion, creating a more even response and higher spl's
    March 8, 2013
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