- Tri-Tech cone (sandwiched foam, polypropylene, and woven carbon fiber)
- Santoprene rubber surround
- low profile stamped steel basket
- spring-loaded nickel-plated terminals accept heavy-gauge speaker wire
- free-air capability
- flush-mount depth: 2-1/16"
- Priced per pair
- Subwoofers are usually sold as a single unit unless otherwise noted.
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Jerry From Indiana
|One rule of thumb is that manufacture frequency ratings are generalities. Speakers can and do play frequencies that are outside of the ratings depending on enclosure types, power supplied and the type of signal played. I used the T/S parameters from Kicker to manufacture the best enclosure( luckily my back doors coated with several layers of fiberglass for dampning and stiffening, followed by urethane liner and Dynamat). I also have the speaker arrangement where there are 3 speakers inside each door firing out of phase with 3 more bolted to thier face, thereby doubling the speaker cone area. There is also 1 1500wrms amp for each set of 6 speakers wired into a 1 ohm load and the amplifiers have built in variable subsonic filters coupled with adjustable low pass filters. I also send 30 second set frequency test tones during the db tests and not instant on/off tones such as you would hear from a kickdrum. Also note that these speakers play loudest at 55hz, with decreasing SPL below and above that frequency. By the way 150hz was a typo...should have been 150db. Class Dismissed.|
troy From sc
|Jerry From Southern Indiana i agree good speaker but if they are only rated down to 30 hz how did you do 130 db that low?|
derek From columbia,ky
|Good speakers I have them mounted in my front doors of my 04 chevy. Dont put out as much bass as I thought they would. Make sure you get a big amp to push these babies|