About the Mirage MM-8
Mirage's MM-8 boasts a 1200-watt digital amplifier to fill your room with riveting, accurate bass that belies this subwoofer's small size. Its 8" woofer and dual passive radiators feature Mirage's Ribbed Elliptical Surrounds, which counteract distortion and boost efficiency. And this sub's handsome high-gloss finish complements just about any décor.
- 1200-watt digital amplifier
- frequency response 36-200 Hz (±3dB)
- 8" woofer
- dual 8" passive radiators
- Ribbed Elliptical Surrounds counteract distortion and boost efficiency
- variable 50-200 Hz crossover with bypass switch
- variable phase control
- line-level input
- 9"W x 9-3/8"H x 11-11/16"D
- weight: 16.7 lbs.
- warranty: 5 years (3 years for the amp)
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # mm8
What's in the box:
- Black powered subwoofer
- Grille (installed)
- 70" AC power cord
- Cleaning cloth
- 4 Rubber feet (installed)
- Owner's Manual
More details on the Mirage MM-8
Features & specs
|Woofer Size (inches)||8|
|Woofer Composition||Anodized aluminum|
|Low-Pass Crossover Freq||50-200 Hz|
|High-Pass Crossover Freq||N/A|
|Amplifier Output (watts)||300|
|Frequency Response||36-200 Hz|
|Speaker Parts Warranty||5 Yrs speaker/3 Yrs amp|
|Speaker Labor Warranty||5 Yrs speaker/3 Yrs amp|
|Amplifier Parts Warranty||---|
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Dynamic Power: The MM-8's digital amplifier is rated at 1200 watts dynamic power. While an RMS power rating indicates power available on a continuous, long-term basis, subwoofers rely on large, short-term peaks of power to to support the wide dynamics required by today's digital music formats and movie soundtracks; therefore the dynamic power rating can be used as an indication of a subwoofer's real-world performance.
Passive Radiator Design: The MM-8 has a front firing 8" anodized aluminum driver and two side firing 8" anodized aluminum passive radiators. The passive radiator design, combined with the inverted ribbed elliptical surrounds on both the driver and passive radiators, supports lower and louder bass output than is typical from 8" subwoofer in this size enclosure.
Digital Control: To protect the driver from being overdriven, a proprietary circuit monitors the output signal and adjusts only the portion of the signal that might damage the sub. This allows the subwoofer continue playing and deliver clear bass at all volume levels.
Power Mode: The power mode switch is set to On or Auto; the automatic circuit turns the amplifier on when an audio signal is detected and off after several minutes with no input signal. There is also a master power switch on the back panel.
Volume: Use the rotary volume knob to adjust the subwoofer volume relative to the rest of the system.
Phase: The phase is continually adjustable from 0 to 360 degrees.
Crossover: The crossover is continuously adjustable from 50 Hz to 200 Hz. The crossover can also be bypassed, useful for an LFE signal that's already crossed over.
Preamp Level Input: The left and right line-level jacks are used to connect the subwoofer to a pre-amp, signal processor, line-level crossover, or receiver with pre-amp level outputs. Use the left input when connecting to a single LFE output.
WA Port: The WA port on the back panel is labeled for future use.