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Boston's G1 8" performance subwoofer. This G108-44 ... the thing really pounds out the beats while offering a very musical experience. Read the full test report from PAS MAG!

 

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Overview

  • 1-1/2-inches of peak-to-peak excursion
  • 2-inch 4-layer voice-coil
  • Radialvent® cooling, for increased power handling
  • SureSet impedance selection and overdrive protection
  • Multiple enclosures types and tuning options available
  • Integral sealing gaskets simplify both standard and inverted mounting
  • Available in dual 4-ohm and single 4-ohm versions

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Specifications

Nominal Impedance
Dual 4-ohm/ Single 4-ohm
Mounting Depth
4-1/4" (107mm)
Speaker Size
8"
Rated RMS Power Handling
200 watts
Mounting Cutout Diameter
7" (178mm)
Linear Excursion
1-1/2"
Recommended Enclosure
0.3ft ³ (8.5 L) volume sealed

Customer Reviews

Reviewer: Tommy

I bought this from my local audio store for in my jeep wrangler where i already have a 12"jl. i put this under the drive seat in a box about the size it comes in and hooked it up to a 400 watt amp and it sounds amazing. deep clean sounds i love it!

Reviewer: Jeff Bolduc

I have a complete Boston system in my camper van. GT2300, GT2200, GT4100, 2 pro 60's, 2 pro 50's, SPG 555, G112, and two of these G108's I use for mid-bass only (90-200 hz). I love this system, it hits hard and sounds clean no matter how hard you crank it. I have a major complaint though. Boston does NOT make grilles for there subs so I custom made grilles for the SPG 555 and the G112. I just ordered some KICKER grilles for the G108's. This sucks that Boston doesn't have grilles for there subs and they need to do something about it. Kicker. Fosgate, Alpine, Polk Audio, JBL, JL Audio,etc.. all have grilles for their subs. WTF !!!!!!!

Reviewer: subburpin99@yahoo.com

The G108 is a typical Boston. It sounds good. Although there are other 8" subs out there that can give you more output, the motors are too big to fit anywhere you would normally put an 8" driver which sort of defeats the purpose.

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