M&K V-100 Subwoofer Specs

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  1. DavidPJ Enthusiast

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    Hello everyone,

    Does anyone have the power and frequency specs for an old M&K V-100 subwoofer? I can't find my manual.

    Thanks,
    Dave
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    Thanks for the quick reply Tom V. That's pretty much what I also found on the web. The V-100 must not have been a big seller because I just can't find anything specific to that model.
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  5. Tom V. Audioholic

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    I think the *v-100* was a dual VC, 12" 100w(?) that goes back to the early 1990s? Relatively small.

    I have every back issue of audio and stereo review at home so I'm sure I can find at least one written review/specs in a few minutes of searching.

    Tom V.
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    Thanks Tom V. I thought it had much more power than 100w. I'm searching for my manual but if you come across an article with the specs it would be much appreciated.
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    All I could find tonight was in the AUDIO 1995 buyer's guide.

    MK V-100
    Powered Acoustic suspension sub
    single 12" driver
    20-125hz +/- 2dB
    200w
    18x16x18"
    65 pounds
    $1095 msrp

    I'll look for more info tomorrow if time allows,

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  8. DavidPJ Enthusiast

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    Thanks again Tom V! That's exactly what I needed. I knew this sub went pretty low and the specs confirm it.
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    Very welcome. It was interesting scanning through all those old mags again.

    Tom V.
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    I found my manual today, receipts, etc. for my old V-100. The only thing I'll add to Tom V's post is the age of the sub. I bought it new towards the end of 1991. I'll be replacing the sub soon.

    There's was also a V-90 with 90W RMS with similar specs as the V-100 except it's slightly smaller.
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    That's why I guessed "100w" on yours in the beginning. I had thought mk used the rated amp wattage as part of the naming process on their early stuff. Once I started looking I also realized their was a ton of different mk subs....maybe 50(?) total in just a 15 year span or so.

    Tom V.

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