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MTX CANAM-10, Amplified 10" Subwoofer Enclosure - Fits 2014+ Can-Am Maverick and Commander
Bringing the Bass
The CANAM-10 is designed for use in Can-Am Maverick and Commander vehicles. This durable enclosure includes a 10" subwoofer and 250-watt integrated amplifier that allows you to get bass in your UTV without losing any of your space. The custom designed enclosure mounts under the dashboard and once installed, is nearly invisible. MTX has been making vehicle specific subwoofer enclosures for over 25 years and nobody knows how to do it better.
The MTX CANAM-10 is a subwoofer enclosure designed to mount directly under the dash of specific Can-Am Maverick and Commander models. The subwoofer enclosure is rotationally molded using linear low density polyethylene (LLDPE) creating a durable finish that is weather resistant and durable. The enclosure mounts under the dashboard using existing mounting locations and does not require any cutting or drilling to install. The enclosure includes a 10" weather resistant 250-watt RMS subwoofer featuring a polypropylene cone that delivers exceptional low frequency output. The unit includes an integrated 250-watt class D amplifier that only requires power and signal. This saves riders from having to purchase a separate amplifier to power their enclosure and to find a place to mount it. The MTX CANAM-10 is self-contained and ready to deliver the bass that MTX is known for.
- 10" All-Weather Amplified Subwoofer Enclosure
- Integrated 250-Watt RMS / 500-Watt Peak Power Amplifier
- Integrated Power and Ground Connections
- Low Level Input with External Gain Control
- Dash Mount Bass Control Knob (Included)
- Mounts Underneath Dashboard (Passenger Side) - Direct Fit
- NOT Compatible with XMR1000 (Vehicle with Factory Installed Snorkel)
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including arsenic, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to