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Dual ALB10 10" Subwoofer with Ported Enclosure, 300W

Model: ALB10
Walmart # 551371120
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Upgrade your vehicle's sound system with the Dual ALB10 10" Subwoofer with Ported Enclosure, 300W. It's truly an all-in-one solution for body-thumping bass. This unit is suitable for use in virtually any make or model of car, truck or SUV. It includes a built-in 300W metal-oxide semiconductor field-effect transistor (MOSFET) amplifier with an aluminum heatsink for longevity. These dual enclosed subwoofers are constructed with a polypropylene cone in an acoustically coordinating MDF enclosure for a more efficient bass response. This unit also features an adjustable low-pass crossover to yield superior sound clarity. High-level inputs make it easy to connect to your factory stereo. Pair this 10" dual subwoofer with built-in amp with a wiring kit to complete your installation (wiring tools and accessories sold separately).

Customer Review Snapshot

4 out of 5 stars
29 total reviews
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Most helpful positive review
Great all in one option for a tight budget. 100 watt RMS is plenty of power to run this matched 10" subwoofer in a ported enclosure. More power would be required in a sealed enclosure to push the speaker to compensate for the lack of air movement. Ported enclosures are louder than sealed but tend to sound more boomy instead of tight. This 10" ported system outperforms a similar setup I had years ago from Wal-Mart that was a 12" subwoofer in a sealed box. I didn't buy this speaker to draw attention or win awards, just wanted to bring some bass back to the music in my car. Well, this certainly does just that, and more than I had expected. I can actually feel the bass hitting and the lows roll through the car. Didn't realize how much I had missed that until now. Also helps that I have a smaller 2006 Corolla. I used the Scosche 8 gauge wire kit and Scosche high input convertor with remote power line. I bought tap connectors from the auto section to get the signal from my rear speakers to the converter and also used but connectors with heat shrink ends, also in the auto section, to connect all the wires together. Very easy and clean install. I only had to run the power line from the battery to the trunk. Converter connects to rear speakers in the trunk and the converter also works as the remote power line. You have to also connect the converter to the power and ground lines to use it as a remote line for the amp. I mounted the converter on the back of the speaker and connected the power, ground and remote line from the converter directly to the amp connections sharing the power and ground lines. Amp turns on and off with the car just fine this way with one less thing to worry about. I have the cross over a little over half and the amp level a little under half and it sounds great. To get the amp level set I turned up the stereo to full listening volume and then slowly turned up the amp level until the speaker started to clip/distort, then backed up just a bit. There is now plenty of bass at any listening level. The included tie down straps work great. Only ended up using one strap and it holds just fine. Ro save as much trunk space as possible I chose to tuck the subwoofer at an angle into the drivers side corner so it lays against the wall and more out of the way than facing straight backwards. This position also aims the port rearfearing into that corner for louder bass than if the speaker and port were forward facing. As for longevity, only time will tell, but proper installation and and adjusting and are huge contributor.

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Upgrade your vehicle's sound system with the Dual ALB10 10" Subwoofer with Ported Enclosure, 300W. It's truly an all-in-one solution for body-thumping bass. This unit is suitable for use in virtually any make or model of car, truck or SUV. It includes a built-in 300W metal-oxide semiconductor field-effect transistor (MOSFET) amplifier with an aluminum heatsink for longevity. These dual enclosed subwoofers are constructed with a polypropylene cone in an acoustically coordinating MDF enclosure for a more efficient bass response. This unit also features an adjustable low-pass crossover to yield superior sound clarity. High-level inputs make it easy to connect to your factory stereo. Pair this 10" dual subwoofer with built-in amp with a wiring kit to complete your installation (wiring tools and accessories sold separately). Dual ALB10 10" Subwoofer with Ported Enclosure, 300W:
  • 10" subwoofer
  • Built-in 300W amplifier
  • 10" dual subwoofer with built-in amp includes ported enclosure
  • Polypropylene cone in an acoustically matched ported MDF enclosure
  • Built-in MOSFET-powered amplifier with aluminum heatsink
  • Adjustable low pass crossover from 40Hz to 160Hz
  • RCA inputs from a headunit or speaker wire inputs
  • Dimensions: 12.6" x 16.5" x 9.8"
  • This 300W subwoofer is suitable for enhancing music in a variety of vehicles

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Specifications

Brand
Dual
Manufacturer Part Number
ALB10
Model
ALB10
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
10.28 x 16.90 x 13.19 Inches

Customer Reviews

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Most helpful positive review
14 customers found this helpful
I can feel my music again!
Great all in one option for a tight budget. 100 watt RMS is plenty of power to run this matched 10" subwoofer in a ported enclosure. More power would be required in a sealed enclosure to push the speaker to compensate for the lack of air movement. Ported enclosures are louder than sealed but tend to sound more boomy instead of tight. This 10" ported system outperforms a similar setup I had years ago from Wal-Mart that was a 12" subwoofer in a sealed box. I didn't buy this speaker to draw attention or win awards, just wanted to bring some bass back to the music in my car. Well, this certainly does just that, and more than I had expected. I can actually feel the bass hitting and the lows roll through the car. Didn't realize how much I had missed that until now. Also helps that I have a smaller 2006 Corolla. I used the Scosche 8 gauge wire kit and Scosche high input convertor with remote power line. I bought tap connectors from the auto section to get the signal from my rear speakers to the converter and also used but connectors with heat shrink ends, also in the auto section, to connect all the wires together. Very easy and clean install. I only had to run the power line from the battery to the trunk. Converter connects to rear speakers in the trunk and the converter also works as the remote power line. You have to also connect the converter to the power and ground lines to use it as a remote line for the amp. I mounted the converter on the back of the speaker and connected the power, ground and remote line from the converter directly to the amp connections sharing the power and ground lines. Amp turns on and off with the car just fine this way with one less thing to worry about. I have the cross over a little over half and the amp level a little under half and it sounds great. To get the amp level set I turned up the stereo to full listening volume and then slowly turned up the amp level until the speaker started to clip/distort, then backed up just a bit. There is now plenty of bass at any listening level. The included tie down straps work great. Only ended up using one strap and it holds just fine. Ro save as much trunk space as possible I chose to tuck the subwoofer at an angle into the drivers side corner so it lays against the wall and more out of the way than facing straight backwards. This position also aims the port rearfearing into that corner for louder bass than if the speaker and port were forward facing. As for longevity, only time will tell, but proper installation and and adjusting and are huge contributor.
Most helpful negative review
15 customers found this helpful
Great but doesn't last
I bought this and installed it myself with no issues. I worked great for around three months and then without warning it just stopped. I thought maybe a cord or something came out but no everything is still hooked up. I hooked my old sub up and it works just fine. If you want a great cheap sub for a few months then this is the sub for you but if not go with something a little better.
Most helpful positive review
14 customers found this helpful
I can feel my music again!
Great all in one option for a tight budget. 100 watt RMS is plenty of power to run this matched 10" subwoofer in a ported enclosure. More power would be required in a sealed enclosure to push the speaker to compensate for the lack of air movement. Ported enclosures are louder than sealed but tend to sound more boomy instead of tight. This 10" ported system outperforms a similar setup I had years ago from Wal-Mart that was a 12" subwoofer in a sealed box. I didn't buy this speaker to draw attention or win awards, just wanted to bring some bass back to the music in my car. Well, this certainly does just that, and more than I had expected. I can actually feel the bass hitting and the lows roll through the car. Didn't realize how much I had missed that until now. Also helps that I have a smaller 2006 Corolla. I used the Scosche 8 gauge wire kit and Scosche high input convertor with remote power line. I bought tap connectors from the auto section to get the signal from my rear speakers to the converter and also used but connectors with heat shrink ends, also in the auto section, to connect all the wires together. Very easy and clean install. I only had to run the power line from the battery to the trunk. Converter connects to rear speakers in the trunk and the converter also works as the remote power line. You have to also connect the converter to the power and ground lines to use it as a remote line for the amp. I mounted the converter on the back of the speaker and connected the power, ground and remote line from the converter directly to the amp connections sharing the power and ground lines. Amp turns on and off with the car just fine this way with one less thing to worry about. I have the cross over a little over half and the amp level a little under half and it sounds great. To get the amp level set I turned up the stereo to full listening volume and then slowly turned up the amp level until the speaker started to clip/distort, then backed up just a bit. There is now plenty of bass at any listening level. The included tie down straps work great. Only ended up using one strap and it holds just fine. Ro save as much trunk space as possible I chose to tuck the subwoofer at an angle into the drivers side corner so it lays against the wall and more out of the way than facing straight backwards. This position also aims the port rearfearing into that corner for louder bass than if the speaker and port were forward facing. As for longevity, only time will tell, but proper installation and and adjusting and are huge contributor.
Most helpful negative review
15 customers found this helpful
Great but doesn't last
I bought this and installed it myself with no issues. I worked great for around three months and then without warning it just stopped. I thought maybe a cord or something came out but no everything is still hooked up. I hooked my old sub up and it works just fine. If you want a great cheap sub for a few months then this is the sub for you but if not go with something a little better.
1-10 of 29 reviews

I can feel my music again!

Great all in one option for a tight budget. 100 watt RMS is plenty of power to run this matched 10" subwoofer in a ported enclosure. More power would be required in a sealed enclosure to push the speaker to compensate for the lack of air movement. Ported enclosures are louder than sealed but tend to sound more boomy instead of tight. This 10" ported system outperforms a similar setup I had years ago from Wal-Mart that was a 12" subwoofer in a sealed box. I didn't buy this speaker to draw attention or win awards, just wanted to bring some bass back to the music in my car. Well, this certainly does just that, and more than I had expected. I can actually feel the bass hitting and the lows roll through the car. Didn't realize how much I had missed that until now. Also helps that I have a smaller 2006 Corolla. I used the Scosche 8 gauge wire kit and Scosche high input convertor with remote power line. I bought tap connectors from the auto section to get the signal from my rear speakers to the converter and also used but connectors with heat shrink ends, also in the auto section, to connect all the wires together. Very easy and clean install. I only had to run the power line from the battery to the trunk. Converter connects to rear speakers in the trunk and the converter also works as the remote power line. You have to also connect the converter to the power and ground lines to use it as a remote line for the amp. I mounted the converter on the back of the speaker and connected the power, ground and remote line from the converter directly to the amp connections sharing the power and ground lines. Amp turns on and off with the car just fine this way with one less thing to worry about. I have the cross over a little over half and the amp level a little under half and it sounds great. To get the amp level set I turned up the stereo to full listening volume and then slowly turned up the amp level until the speaker started to clip/distort, then backed up just a bit. There is now plenty of bass at any listening level. The included tie down straps work great. Only ended up using one strap and it holds just fine. Ro save as much trunk space as possible I chose to tuck the subwoofer at an angle into the drivers side corner so it lays against the wall and more out of the way than facing straight backwards. This position also aims the port rearfearing into that corner for louder bass than if the speaker and port were forward facing. As for longevity, only time will tell, but proper installation and and adjusting and are huge contributor.

Works great. Really added the missing bass

Works awesome. Really added the bass I was looking for without spending an arm and a leg. Plus saved me lots of time

Excellent sub for the money

This is an excellent sub-woofer for the price. I installed it several months ago and wanted to give it a fair test before rating. I have to say this is the best $100.00 I ever spent! Paired this up with my new Pioneer DEH-X6600BT blue tooth head unit and the sound in my car improved drastically. It was very easy to install and I loved not having to worry about getting a sub and a separate amp. Sounds great and I don't even push it to 100%. I was not looking to shake the cars next to me in traffic but this unit will definitely get recognition from other cars which is why I don't push it too much.

Amazing budget subwoofer

I'm going to start off by saying that this subwoofer is not in the slightest what you'll get if you fork over hundreds of dollars for a separate amp and sub combo. But for $100, this is one of the best subs that you could get. I've owned mine for one and a half years, and I haven't had a single problem. I've pushed it to its limits multiple times, without any problems. This thing will put the underlying bass in music such as Dave Matthews Band and more subtle music such as that, and on the flip side, it will rattle the interior of your car with rap and dubstep like no other. It will not go low like a bigger sub would, but that's to be expected. In conclusion, if you don't feel like spending hundreds of dollars on a subwoofer, this is a great budget sub. If you respect its limits and don't keep it on full blast constantly, it will last for you. I would 100% recommend this product for anyone on a budget.

Exceeded my expectations!

I got this powered subwoofer as a birthday gift and I have to say I am very happy with it! I carefully installed it with a Scosche 680W 8-Gauge Wiring Kit also purchased from Walmart. http://www.walmart.com/ip/Scosche-680W-8-Gauge-Wiring-Kit-for-Single-Amps/14667122 It sits behind the drivers seat of my 2005 Nissan Frontier King Cab and it provides deep, powerful bass that has truly impressed me. I would not hesitate to recommend this unit to anyone looking to add some real bass to your vehicle in an solid, well built package that is very affordable. Well done Namsung, thank you very much!

After day 1

I installed 3-5-2014. Purchased wiring kit and channel line out converter. Ran one set of wires off rear speaker. Ran power and a remote to fuse box. Sounds great running at just a little over half power. I left the default settings on the amp as they were. I read the reviews of either not working at all or only lasting a few months. I do plan to update this review in a few months. I plan on having this sub for 2 years as I bought a two year warranty for $9.00. The bass quality is not distorted and in my unlimited Wrangler it fills the cabin nicely.

It Won't Cause Earthquakes, But It Sounds Good!

I have been installing my own car stereos for 21 years, as well as installing systems for friends. I was looking for something relatively simple and inexpensive to improve the bass in a compact pickup truck, being that it is a tiny cab in a tiny truck, I had neither the space nor the desire for a massive setup. I thought this would fit the bill. Understand what you are getting into. Automotive audio can be a bit misleading. All advertised wattage (output or input capability) is in PEAK wattage. Which means that, under ideal conditions, in a single sudden burst, the amp here is capable of producing 300W of power. The constant wattage output, measured as RMS (Root Means Squared), is 100W. (An advertised 1000W amplifier may be only capable of constant output at 750W to 800W.) Be that as it may, I intended this to be used in a small pickup truck cab, placing it behind the seat. A small space doesn't need too much power to fill it with bass, so if you're thinking this would sound fantastic in the back of your larger SUV, it's not going to be a dramatic improvement. You will need a more substantial system to fill a larger vehicle. So be forewarned, this is more suited to a smaller vehicle. I was a bit disappointed that this box was still too big to fit behind my seat, but that is my own fault for not taking measurements. Still, I found the sound to be quite adequate, and a good general-purpose subwoofer. I listen to a wide variety of music - a very wide variety - and it fills out the bottom end quite nicely. Bass is tight and clear, I didn't crank it too highly because I found there was more than enough bass to satisfy me. Connection was fairly much a breeze. All you need to do to connect this little guy up is to run a fused wire directly from the battery (put the fuse as close to the battery as possible for safety), run a wire from the power antenna lead of your stereo, and run either a good quality set of RCA cables from the subwoofer or rear outputs of your deck or use the included wiring harness to tap directly into your speaker wires if your deck doesn't have an output. You will also need to run a ground wire that connects to solid metal of the car body. Then, all you need to do is power up your stereo, the amp will come on, and you can then begin tinkering with the gain and crossover knobs to fine-tune your experience. The crossover knob is used to choose at which point the sounds will be blocked from being amplified by the subwoofer. I would have rated this 5 stars except I was disappointed with the terminal strip that the wires connected to. I used a larger wiring kit than was required, and I had to use pliers to make the connectors fit the terminal strip. A minor thing, really, but it would have been nice if the connectors were maybe the next size larger. I also would have liked to see a standard grille over the speaker as opposed to two bars. It would give me another inch or so of clearance (and one more notch of seat travel). Other than those two minor things, it certainly adds some much-needed bass to my little truck, and did so at a very reasonable price. I wasn't looking for bass to blow my windows out, but it does perform quite well!

Perfect to fill the low end and some boom

I used this in my 2010 crown victoria with the stock radio and a line output converter. I am impressed with the amount of sounds produced by this sub. It fills all of the gaps my stock speakers cant cover and creates a decent boom for bass. I can watch my rearview mirror vibrating back and forth every time it hits. It took me some time to get it tuned properly. I played an 80hz tone and set the low pass to the high end of 80-85ish. It sounds great and i would recommend to anyone that needs bass on a reasonable budget.

You pay for what you get.

I was going off reviews and they were either positive or negative. It seem like a good buy considering its under $100. I was relpacing my previous setup and wanted my truck space back in my car. I figure a fully enclosed box with a amp inside would suffice. The finish quality is good and box itself is not too heavy. The only problem is it only lasted a few days under normal use. It kept blowing a fuse. I did all my research and it came down to a bad internal amp. Besides that, the sound quality was good for the days it actually worked. Do yourself a favor and pay that little extra money to buy a more reliable brand.

Great but doesn't last

I bought this and installed it myself with no issues. I worked great for around three months and then without warning it just stopped. I thought maybe a cord or something came out but no everything is still hooked up. I hooked my old sub up and it works just fine. If you want a great cheap sub for a few months then this is the sub for you but if not go with something a little better.

Customer Q&A

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1-3 of 10 questions
by DonBMNovember 18, 2013


Last answer: December 10, 2015
1. Comes with wiring for decks with no RCA outs. No other wiring (power, speaker, grounds) supplied. I bought an amp install kit for $20 and it had I you need in it.
by 66tablet
2. You have to supply your own wiring kit. I used the Scosche 680W 8-Gauge Wiring Kit also purchased from Walmart. http://www.walmart.com/ip/Scosche-680W-8-Gauge-Wiring-Kit-for-Single-Amps/14667122
by M3R71N
3. Nope, nothing.
by Piccoro29
4. This unit does not come with any cables (except the adapter for speaker-level inputs), so you will need to purchase a separate amplifier installation kit.
by ahicks66
5. No, it would be best to get the 680 amp wiring kit from walmart for about 25 bucks
by AverageGuy
6. It does not you have to purchase them separately.
by RobertCSM
7. Does not include Power wire or RCA's, but does include high level input connectors.
by thomas7815
7 Answers
Last answer: December 10, 2015

by CHRISNovember 16, 2013


Last answer: March 9, 2014
1. You have to buy your own amplifier kit. I used the Scosche 680W 8-Gauge Wiring Kit also purchased from Walmart. http://www.walmart.com/ip/Scosche-680W-8-Gauge-Wiring-Kit-for-Single-Amps/14667122
by M3R71N
2. Nope
by Piccoro29
3. no. buy a power kit separate
by Dariodaboss
4. No a power kit has to be purchased along with the sub.
by RobertCSM
5. There is no power & ground kit with this unit, but it does include a high level input connector.
by thomas7815
5 Answers
Last answer: March 9, 2014

by TimAugust 18, 2014


Last answer: December 22, 2015
1. it should fit just fine, it is relatively small, as for sound, it sounds great but it's not as loud as it should be, depending on how loud your current system is as to how well it blends the bass in, if you're running a factory system, it will probable blend in well, if you're running amplified speakers on an aftermarket head unit, you probable wont be satisfied with this sub
by Willie
2. Yes, it will fit and sound great.
by CommunityAnswer
3. Hi Tim - If you haven't already installed this, I would say it would fit. It's fairly small and fit in my 1994 Civic EX easily. Hope this helps.
by GAZollo
4. yes ,it will need about a foot and a half of space all the way around tho
by AverageGuy
4 Answers
Last answer: December 22, 2015

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