Incriminator Audio 8 I Series 300RMS 8" Subwoofer
Just What I Wanted
Posted by kjbad on 8th Dec 2017
I already own one Incriminator audio I8D4, so I knew what I was getting when I purchased two I8D2s. I put these in a ported box tuned to 34 Hz and fed them 700W RMS total (350W each). Plays low and loud all day long, plus the 8s play high enough to blend well with my mids. Clean, strong bass in a small space, just what I wanted.
Tight, deep bass is a small space!
Posted by kjbad on 10th Sep 2014
I put one of these (dual 4 OHM version wired in parallel) in an Atrend 8SQV box with 320W RMS going to it, and it does everything I want it to do. Tight, deep, loud bass in a small box that doesn't swallow my trunk - enough room to add a second one if I wanted to but this is plenty of bass for me. Spring-load terminals accept decent sized wire, large magnet, even the shield on the front looks good when I open the trunk. Perfect sub for my build.
Great 8 incher for price
Posted by Agustin garza on 18th Mar 2013
it a badass subwoofer I think I'm going to get two more for my consol. I'm pushing it with a crescendo concerto series amp.it has 900 watts going to it and sounds great.
The 2012 Incriminator Audio I Series subwoofers were designed to outperform any other subwoofers in their price range. The newly redesigned I Series comes standard with many features that one would expect from a much higher priced subwoofer. Double stacked magnets provide more than enough motor strength to perpetuate the voice coil. Woven tinsel leads, nickel plated push button terminals, and a nice wrap around rubber gasket are all features that are usually prescribed for the higher-end drivers, now comes stand in Dual 2 or Dual 4 ohm coils with a shallower mounting depth than the 187 line it replaces. Features include:
• Stamped Steel Basket
• 2" Aluminum Voice Coil
• Double Stacked Magnets
• Double Black Progressive Spiders with Woven Tinsels
• Nickel-Plated Push Terminals
• Wrap Around Rubber Gasket
• 300 Watt RMS Rated
• DVC 2 ohm or DVC 4 ohm