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JL Audio :: 13w7 :: $649.00

JL Audio 13w7

Item# 12151

13" 2000W 3-Ohm Subwoofer

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  • RMS Power Handling: 1000 watts
  • Peak Power Handling: 2000 watts
  • Dual 1.5 Ohm Impedance
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  • W-Cone
  • Floating-Cone Attach Method
  • Plateau-Reinforced Spider Attachment
  • Radially Cross-Drilled Pole Piece
  • Massive Forced-Air-Cooled Aluminum Alloy Frame
  • Highly Linear, DMA-Optimized Motor System
  • Huge Diameter, Progressive Roll Spider
  • Co-Extruded Double Lead Wires
  • Dual Ultra-Long Voice Coils
  • Recommended Tuning: 30 Hz
  • Sealed Enclosure Range: 1.5-2.25 cu.ft.
  • Ported Enclosure Range: 2.0-2.75 cu.ft.
  • Priced per speaker
  • Subwoofers are usually sold as a single unit unless otherwise noted.
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*Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer warranty.
This item is accompanied by a manufacturer's warranty. If it is found to be defective, it may be returned to for replacement within 30 days from the original date of purchase with proper return authorization. After the 30 day time period, products must be returned to their original manufacturer for the remainder of the manufacturer's warranty period.

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   jamie savarese From encinitas
Can anyone tell me which would hit harder and sound better. I have a Nissian Altima, I currently have 2 10w6 running off MRX- M110 Alpine Amp. I want more bass but am unsure which one to get.. 2- 12W7.... or 1- 13W7 Everything I read just gives me mixed reviews so I have no idea what would sound better and give off the most bass. I cant spend more then $1,000, if I could trust me I would.. :)

   Billy From Corbin kentucky
I used to compete back in the 90's with a Phoenix gold M100 and M50 on 3 12w6'sv1 and got out of being a bass head when I had kids but now that my kid is older and I have plenty of money I decided to build a show car and use a all JL system. I have 2 13w7's 2 HD1200/1's and JL C5 61/2's components up front and JL 6x9's for rear fill and these things sound superb. Yes I have had harder hitting ground pounders but they required bays of battery's and high output Alts where my JL system is being run with just a 240 mech man alt and one 1000watt capable battery in the trunk and I have never had the first problem no shit offs no nothing. And what you pay for with JL is technology they actually do RAndD and all these build houses are still using 20 year old boards and sub soft parts and just beefing them up and sticking a new name on them. JL actually makes a different design for every size sub and series so the 10w7 is different then the 13w7. If you want a one note ground ponder and a 1000lbs of battery's these are not for you but if you want quality superb sound and efficiently then get one or two of these and enjoy the best bass you will ever hear. Don't get me wrong they can get loud just not to the level of DD,DC,soundqubed,kicker, or any other spl monster.

   DJ From Houston Tx

I Have two 13.5 w7 inside a fiberglass box running of jl amps in my 1970 MonteCarlo. Many have tried to pull up beside me and have a competion but none can compete except for a dude that had the same subs but had 2 old ppi amps. Besides him nothing compares these are the best out hands down. As the old saying goes you pay for what you get.