Custom Autosound UNDERCOVER1 Undercover I Subwoofer Speakers
- Each enclosure measures 3 inches x 11 inches x 8 1/2 inches
- Specially designed for under-seat or horizontal wall installation
- This compact unit comes with one 5 1/2" 120 watt woofer and a piezo tweeter in each enclosure
- Will give you solid sound where space is an issue or where altering the integrity of your classic vehicle is not an option
Custom Autosound Undercover I speaker enclosures are designed for under-seat or horizontal wall installations. The Undercover I is the speaker solution providing solid sound where space is an issue or where altering the integrity of your classic vehicle is not an option. The Undercover I is a compact unit with one 5 1/2" 120 watt woofer and a piezo tweeter in each enclosure. This unit fits under the seat of most pre 1978 cars and trucks. Each enclosure measures 3 inches x 11 inches x 8 1/2 inches. Sold in pairs only
- 120 watts max
- 5 1/2" Woofer
- Piezo tweeter
- 3"(H) x 8 1/4"(W) x 11 1/4" (D)
- Sold in pairs
Note: Actual product may vary from image.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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