TH AN K YOU for choosing an
Infinity'" Kappa'" Series 100,9w or 120.9w
subwoofer, These Kappa subwoofers are
design~d to suit abroad range of car audio
applications and can be used in awide
variety of enclosure types to produce
extended, powerful bass in alimited
amount of vehicle space. To get the most
performance from your new subwoofer,
it is strongly recommended that you have
aqualified professional install your 100,9w
or 120,9w subwoofer, Although this manual
does provide general instructions about
installing these Kappa Series subwoofers,
it does not include enclosure construction
details or exact installation methods for
any particular vehicle, If you do not feel
that you have the necessary experience,
do not attempt the installation yourself, but
instead ask your authorized Infinity dealer
about professional installation options.
Remember to keep your sales receipt in a
safe place, along with this manual, so that
both are available for future reference,
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BOX CONTENTS
WARNING
(1) 100,9w or 120.9w subwoofer
(1) Foam mounting gasket
(1) 3mm hex wrench
(1) Owner's manual
(1) Technical data sheet
Playing loud music in a vehicle can hinder
your ability to hear traffic and permanently
damage your hearing. The maximum volume
levels achievable by Infinity speakers when
combined with high-power amplification
may exceed safe levels for extended
listening, Using low volume levels is
recommended when driving. Infinity
Systems accepts no liability for hearing
loss, bodily injury, or property damage as
aresult of use or misuse of this product,
REPRODUCING
BASS IN VEHICLES
Depending on the size of your vehicle's
interior listening space, reproduced bass
frequencies below 80Hz will be boosted
by nearly 12dB per octave as frequency
decreases, This phenomenon, known as the
vehicle's transfer function (or cabin gain),
plays an important role in shaping the
subwoofer's frequency response in your
vehicle. The enclosed technical data sheet
includes frequency response graphs that
show both the subwoofer's "in-car"
response (which factors in this vehicle
transfer function) and its "out-of-car"
response (which does not),
SUBWOOFER
ENCLOSURE TYPES
Kappa 100.9w and 120,9w subwoofers are
designed to perform best in moderately
sized sealed enclosures, vented enclosures
and prefabricated band-pass enclosures,
Infinite-baffle mounting is possible, but the
subwoofer's mechanical power handling will
be reduced because there will be no volume
of air to stiffen the subwoofer's suspension
and prevent overexcursion.lf you choose
infinite-baffle mounting, consider the RMS
and peak power-handling ratings to be half
of what is listed in the specifications in
this manual.
You should choose an enclosure type
based on the amount of cargo space you
can devote to the enclosure, the amount
of power you will use to drive your
subwoofer(s), and your listening habits.
SEALED ENCLOSURES
SEALED-ENCLDSURE PERFORMANCE ADVANTAGES
SEALED-ENCLOSURE CONSTRUCTION
The air trapped inside asealed enclosure
is compressed when the subwoofer
moves rearward and is rarefied when the
subwoofer moves forward. In both cases,
the air inside and outside the box will
seek equilibrium by pushing and pulling
on the subwoofer cone, The result is a
stiffer suspension when compared to the
subwoofer operating in free air. This means
that the subwoofer's cone will be harder
to move at low frequencies, acondition
which protects the subwoofer from
physical overexcursion, but requires more
power than other designs to achieve a
given acoustic output.
• The in-vehicle performance will have
the flattest overall frequency response,
Sealed-enclosure construction is straightforward and forgiving of errors in volume
calculation, but air leaks should be avoided,
Use medium-density fiberboard (MOF), glue
and screws to construct the enclosure, and
seal all joints with silicone caulk,
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• A100,9w or 120,9w subwoofer in an
optimum sealed enclosure will require
more amplifier power to achieve agiven
acoustic output than in an optimum
enclosure of another type,
See accompanying data sheet for specific
enclosure dimension requirements.
• The in-vehicle response will have the
widest bandwidth, (Usable low-frequency
response inside the vehicle will be
below 20Hz.)
• An optimum sealed enclosure will always
be smaller than an optimum enclosure of
another type,
SEALED-ENCLOSURE PERFORMANCE TRADE-Om
• An optimum sealed enclosure will have
lower overall efficiency than an optimum
enclosure of another type,
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THE INFINITY RECOMMENDATION
100.9w and 120,9w subwoofers in sealed
enclosures are recommended for enthusiasts who prefer accurate music reproduction and flat frequency response, for those
who have asmaller space to devote to a
subwoofer enclosure, and for those who
have plenty of amplifier power devoted to
driving the subwoofer, The sealed-enclosure
design indicated on the technical data sheet
accompanying this manual represents the
best compromise between low-frequency
extension and flat response,
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VENTED ENCLOSURES
VENTED-ENCLOSURE PERFORMANCE ADVANTAGES
VENTED' ENCLOSURE PERFORMANCE TRADE-OFFS
THE INFINITY RECOMMENDATION
Avented enclosure acts like asealed
enclosure at frequencies above its tuned
(resonance) frequency, At resonance (which
is defined by the venn, the vent produces
the majority of sound - the subwoofer cone
is nearly stationary while the air inside
the vent vibrates, This provides greater
mechanical power handling at and above
resonance, but reduced mechanical power
handling below resonance, Since the
subwoofer cone and voice coil don't move
much at resonance, airflow across the
voice coil is minimized and thermal power
handling is reduced slightly at resonance,
• An optimum vented enclosnre has greater
efficiency and higher output in the
40Hz~ 60Hz range than an optimum
sealed enclosure,
• Reduced output in the lowest octave
(below 40Hz).
100,9w and 120.9w subwoofers in
vented enclosures are recommended
for enthusiasts who prefer accentuated
bass response, for those who have plenty
of cargo space to devote to asubwoofer
enclosure and for those who will use a less
powerful amplifier to drive their subwoofer.
The volume and port dimensions indicated
on the included technical data sheet must
be followed precisely to ensure optimum
performance.
Vented enclosures provide better efficiency
in the 40Hz .... 60Hz range, at the expense ot
sound output in the lowest octClve (below
40HZ), The use of an infrasonic filter is
recommended with vented enclosures,
An optimum vented enclosure for II Kappa
Series subwoofer is IClrger thCln ClIJ optimum
seClled enclosure,
Sr,e ClccompClnying datCl sheet for specific
enclosure dimension requirements,
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• An optimum vented enclosure provides
agreater sensation of bass than an
optimum sealed enclosure.
• A100,9w or 120.9w subwoofer in an
optimum vented enclosure will require
less amplifier power to achieve agiven
acoustic output (down to the enclosure's
resonClllce frequency) than in an optimum
serlled enclosure.
• Reduced mechanical power handling
below the enclosure's resonance
frequency, The use of an electronic
infrasonic filter is strongly recommended,
to reduce the chance of overdriving
the subwoofer below the enclosure's
resonance frequency,
• An optimum vented enclosure will
Cllways be larger than an optimum
sealed enclosure.
VENT ED- ENCLOSURE CONSTRUCTION
Vented·enclosure construction is more
difficult than the construction of asealed
enclosure, The enclosure volume and port
dimensions have a specific relationship
with the physical and electromechanical
characteristics of the subwoofer, requiring
that the recommended enclosure volume
and port characteristics he strictly
observed, As with sealed enclosures, use
medium-density fiberboard (MDF), glue
and screws to construct the enclosure,
and seal all joints with silicone caulk,
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BAND-PASS ENCLOSURES
Band-pass enclosures can provide the
most output from any amplifier and
subwoofer combination over a limited
band of frequencies, but that additional
output comes at the expense of sonic
accuracy. Band-pass enclosures combine
asealed or vented enclosure that houses
the subwoofer along with a vented chamber
into which the subwoofer outputs its sound.
The vented chamber acts as an acoustic
low-pass filter which attenuates high
frequencies in the subwoofer's output. That
attenuation of high frequencies can make it
very difficult to hear amplifier and speaker
distortion; consequently, you may not be
able to determine when the subwoofer is
in danger of being damaged.
BAND-PASS-ENCLDSURE PERFORMANCE
ADVANTAGES
• An optimum band-pass enclosure provirles
higher output over alimited bandwidth
than an optimum enclosure of any other
type.
BAND-PASS-ENCLOSURE PERFORMANCE TRADE-Om
• Band-pass enclosures achieve high output
at the expense of sonic accuracy,
• An optimum band-pass enclosure has a
more limited bandwidth than an optimulll
enclosure of any other type.
• The enclosure's 10W-IJaSS filter characteristics can make it difficult to hear if the
subwoofer is in danger of being damaged,
• An optimum band-pass enclosure IS usually
larger than an optimum vented enclosure,
BAND-PASS-ENCLOSURE CONSTRUCTION
THE INFINITY RECOMMENDATION
Band-pass-enclosure construction is more
difficult than vented-box construction and,
as with vented enclosures, the design
parameters for the vented section must
IJe followed carefully, (The sealed section
is more forgiving of small design 3nd
construction variations.) Fortunately,
there are many prefabricated hand-pass
enclosures that are designed to extract
the most output possible from nearly
any subwoofer. Prefabricated band-pass
enclosures are strongly recommended
if you must have a hand-pass enclosure,
If you choose to build your own band-pass
enclosure, use medium-density fiberboard
(MDF), glue and screws to construct the
enclosure, and be sure to seal all joints
with silicone caulk,
Band-pass enclosures are recommended
only tor enthusiasts who want high soundpressure levels (SPl) without regard for
sonic accuracy, If high SPL AND greatsounding bass are your goals, choosing a
vented enclosure is recommended instead.
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See accompanying data sheet for specific
enclosure dimension requirements,
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MOUNTING THE
SUBWOOFER
CONNECTING THE
SUBWOOFER
The 100,9w and 120,9w subwoofers can be
mounted from the outside of the enclosure
or from the inside of the enclosure, Whichever way you mount the subwoofer, use the
included foam mounting gasket to ensure a
leak-free seal between the subwoofer
frame and the enclosure,
SETTING THE IMPEDANCE
The SSI 2-ohm setting increases the
subwoofer's output over the 4-ohm setting
by up to 3dB, depending on the amplifier,
Performance is identical in all other
respects, If the connected amplifier is
rated for 2-ohm operation and its 2-ohm
power ratings are within the subwoofer's
power-handling specifications, setting the
SSI switch in the 2-ohm position will
achieve maximum output,
The 100,9w and 120,9w subwoofers both
feature the Selectable Smart Impedance'·
(SSI) switch, This exclusive feature lets
you set the subwoofer's impedance to
either 2ohms or 4ohms with the flip of
aswitch (see illustrations to the right),
This allows you to extract the most from
your subwoofer amplifier in any situation,
2-0hm Setting
4-0hm Setting
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IMPORTANT: Make sure the
subwoofer amplifier is turned OFF before
setting the SSI switch, Do not change
the switch position while the subwoofer
amplifier is operating. Doing so could
damage the amplifier,
CONNECTING THE AMPLIFIER
The Kappa 100.9w and 120.9w subwoofer
connectors are compatible with bare wire
up to 8AWG (tinned or untinned) and wire
that is terminated with pin connectors.
Although single banana connectors will fit
into the connector openings, the connection
may not be secure.
2. Insert wires
into connector
openings
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1. Use hex wrench to open connectors
3, Use hex wrench to secure connectors
1. Use the included 3mm hex wrench to
open the connectors, as shown in the
illustration to the left,
2. Insert the wire ends into the connector
openings, as shown in the illustration to
the left.
•
NOTE: If using untinned bare wire,
be sure that no stray "+" and "_" strands
touch each other. Touching strands can
cause ashort-circuit, which can damage
your amplifier.
3. Use the hex wrench to secure the
wires in the connectors, as shown in
the illustration to the left.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Power Handling (RMS):
Power Handling (Peak):
Sensitivity @ 2.83Vilm:
Frequency Response:
Impedance:
Voice-Coil Diameter:
Mounting Depth:
Overall Diameter:
Cutout Diameter:
100.9w
120.9w
10" (250mm)
SSI Automotive Subwoofer
350W
1400W
89dB
25Hz - 400llz
201 4 ohms (selectahle)
2" (50111111)
5-15/16" (150ml11)
10-3/4" (273I11m)
91,'4" (234111111)
12" (300111111)
SSI Automotive Suhwoofer
350W
1400W
91 dB
23Hz -- 400Hz
2 or 4 ohl11s (selectable)
2" (50111111)
6-5/16" (160111111)
12-5/8" (320111111)
11-3/16" (283I11m)
Avalid serial number is required for warranty coverage.
Features, specifications and aplJearance are subject to change without notice,
These products are llesigned tor 1110bile applications illHI are n01 intended for connection 10 tile l11ains,
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VOICE-COIL DC RESISTANCE:
REVC (OHMS) •, , , , , , , , , 2,00 ••• , •• , , , •• 4,20
VOICE-COIL INDUCTANCE@ 1KHz:
LEVC (MH) , , , , , , , , , , , 1.17 •• , , ••• , , ,. 1.17
DRIVER RADIATING AREA:
SD (IN2),.""",." 51,20 •• "" •• ,. 51.20
SD (M2) •• , , , , , , , , • 330,00 •• , , , , ••• 330.00
MOTOR FORCE FACTOR:
BL(TM)
12,47
17.72
COMPLIANCE VOLUME:
VAS (FT3) •, •, , , , , •, , , 0,64 .. , .. , .••• , 0.64
VAs(L1TERS) , , , , , , , , , 18,05
18.05
SUSPENSION COMPLIANCE:
CMs(I.lM/N) ........ 118,00
118.00
MOVING MASS, AIR LOAD:
MMS (GRAMS), , , , , , .. 188,00 •• , •• , , •• 188,00
FREE-AIR RESONANCE:
Fs(Hz) .... " .... " 33,80 .......... 33,80
MECHANICAL Q:
QMS"""""""" 4,18"""", •• 2,43
QES .... , , , , . , , , , •• , 0,51 •, , , , , , , , ,. 0,53
ELECTRICAL Q:
QTS ' , , . , , , , .. , , ...• 0.46. , , , , , , , , " 0,44
TOTAL Q:
HAG (IN) , , , , , ••••• , •, 0.39 ••• , , , , , , ,. 0.39
MAGNETIC-GAP HEIGHT:
HAG (MM)
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Hvc (IN) •, , . , •• , , ••• , 1,57, •, , , , , , , •• 1,57
VOICE-COIL HEIGHT:
Hvc (MM) , , , , , , , •• , , 40.00 •••• , , , , " 40,00
XMAX (IN) , , , , ••••• , •• 0,68, •, , , , , , , ,. 0,68
MAXIMUM EXCURSION:
XMAx(MM) .... " " .. 17,50 .. " " .... 17,50
SEALED-Box VOLUME (INCLUDES DRIVER DISPLACEMENT)
SPECIFICATIONS
10" (254MM)
89dB
350W RMS (1400W pEAK)
25Hz - 400Hz
2OR 4OHMS
2" (51 MM)
DIAMETER:
SENSITIVITY (2.83V @ 1M):
POWER HANDLING:
FREQUENCY RESPONSE:
NOMINAL IMPEDACE:
VOICE-COIL DIAMETER:
DIMENSIONS:
mounting depth
5-15(16"t(150mm)
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VOICE-COIL DC RESISTANCE:
VOICE-COIL INOUCTANCE @ 1KHz:
DRIVER RAOIATING AREA:
MOTOR FORCE FACTOR:
COMPLIANCE VOLUME:
SUSPENSION COMPLIANCE:
MOVING MASS, AIR LOAO:
FREE-AIR RESONANCE:
MECHANICAL Q:
ELECTRICAL Q:
TOTAL Q:
MAGNETIC-GAP HEIGHT:
VOICE-COIl HEIG~T:
MAXIMUM EXCURSION:
20
40
Rm (OHMS) •.•••..... 2.10 .....•••••• 4.30
Lm (MH) ....••..... 1.18 •......•••• 1.18
_SO (IN2) .......•••.• 80.40 ••••••••.. 80.40
SO (M2)
518.80
518.80
8L (1M)
12.87
18.37
VAS (FT3) .•••......•• 1.92. . . . . •••. .. 1,92
VAs(L1TERS)
54.43. . . . . •.. •. 54.43
CMs{I.lM/N)
144.00 ......... 144,00
MMs(GRAMS)•••....• 237.00 ••...•••• 237.00
Fs(Hz) ...•••...... 27,20 .......••• 27.20
QMS' ....•.•••...... 4.38 •.......••• 2.47
QES' ....••••....... 0,51 .......•••. 0.52
QTS ...•.•••......•• 0,46 .....••••.. 0.43
HAG (IN) •••••....•••• 0.39 •..••••.... 0,39
HAG (MM)
10.00
10.00
HVc(IN)
1.57
1.57
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XMAX (IN)
0.68
0.68
XMAX (MM)
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SPECIFICATIONS
12" (305MM)
91d8
350WRMS (1400WPEAK)
23Hz - 400Hz
2OR 4OHMS
2" (51 MM)
DIAMETER:
SENSITIVITY (2.83V @ 1M):
POWER HANOLlNG:
FREQUENCY RESPONSE:
NOMINAL IMPEOACE:
VOICE-COIl DIAMETER:
DIMENSIONS:
mounting depth
t
6-5/16" ~160mm)
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LIMITED THREE-YEAR WARRANTY
Infinity Kappa® and Kappa Perfect (applies to USA only)
A valid serial number is required for warranty coverage.
WHO IS PROTECTED BY THIS WARRANTY?
Your Infinity warranty protects the original owner and all subsequent owners for a period
of three (3) years (parts and labor) for all loudspeaker and/or electronic components from
any failure as a result of an original manufacturing defect so long as: (1) your Infinity
product was originally purchased within the fifty United States or by military personnel
from an authorized military outlet, (2) the dealer from whom the product was purchased
was authorized by Infinity to sell such products at the time of original purchase and
(3) the original, dated Bill of Safe is presented whenever service is required during the
warranty period. This warranty is only valid for service within the United States and does
not apply to products purchased elsewhere; other purchasers should contact their local
Infinity distributor for warranty information.
WHAT DOES THE INFINITY WARRANTY COVER?
Except as specified below, this warranty covers all defects in original materials and
workmanship. The following are not covered: damage caused by accident, misuse, abuse,
neglect, product modification; damage occurring during shipment; damage caused
by failure to follow instructions in the owner's guide, including failure to perform
recommended periodic or routine maintenance; damage resulting from repairs by
someone not authorized by Infinity; units used fO( other than car use; units not used for
their intended purpose; claims based upon any misrepresentations by the seller; and any
Infinity product on which the serial number has been altered, defaced or removed.
NOTE: Repair of our products must be done by an authorized dealer or service center.
Unauthorized repair will void the warranty and is done at the risk of the consumer.
WHO PAYS FOR WHAT?
During the period of this warranty, subject to the above conditions, Infinity will pay all of
the labor and material expenses to repair a warrantable defect.
HOW CAN WARRANTY SERVICE BE OBTAINED?
In the event that your Infinity product(s) should require service, you should first contact either
the Infinity dealer from whom the product was purchased or an authorized service center.
For the name of an Infinity service center, visit our Web site at www.infinitysystems.com.
write us directly at Infinity (AnN: Customer Service), 250 Crossways Park Drive,
Woodbury, NY 11797, or call 516.674.4INF (4463). We may direct you to an authorized
service center for Infinity products or ask you to send the product to us for repair. In either
case, you will have to present your original Bill of Sale to establish warranty coverage. Do
not send your product to us without prior authorization from our Customer Service
Department. You are responsible for transporting your product to either Infinity or an
authorized service center and for payment of all shipping charges; however, Infinity will
pay the return shipping charges (in the event you return the product to us) if the repairs
are covered by warranty. If you experience difficulty in transporting your product or are
in need of packing materials, please advise us and we may be able to suggest alternative
procedures and/or provide adequate packing materials.
LIMITATION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES: All implied warranties, including fitness
for a particular purpose and merchantability, are limited in duration and length to the
warranty period for your product.
LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES: Infinity is not
responsible for incidental or consequential damage of any kind. Our liability is limited to
the repair or replacement, at our option, of a defective product.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts and/or do
not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations
or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you
may also have other rights, which vary, from state to state.
NOTE: In the event that there is a difference between this warranty and the provisions in
any advertisements, product brochure or packaging cartons, the terms of this warranty will
prevail.
Infinity continually strives to update and improve existing products, as well as create new
ones. The specifications and construction details in this and related Infinity
publications are, therefore, subject to change without notice.
© 2003 Harman International Industries, Incorporated. PIN: KAP3-YRWTY REV. 9/03
Infinity Systems, 250 Crossways Park Drive, Woodbury, NY 11797 USA 516.674.4INF (4463)
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A Harman International Company
Infinity is a registered trademark of Harman International Industries, Incorporated.
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