- Dual 4 Ohm Voice Coils
- Extra-large magnet structure
- Optimized for SMALL SEALED ENCLOSURES
- Power handling, peak: 1200w
- Magnet structure: 120oz
- Voice coil: 3" dual kapton
- Impedance: dual 4ohm
- Frequency response: 28Hz- 2kHz
- SPL 1 watt/1 meter: 95dB
- Cone material: paper
- Mount. depth: 6"
- Priced per Speaker
- Subwoofers are usually sold as a single unit unless otherwise noted.
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*Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer warranty.
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Darq Catt® From Cleveland (EC) Ohio
|Well said Saefrog! Yes,it's later on in the year (10/11/07) ... still sounds just as good as the day I put them in my car,people say I either sound like "King Kong" or "Thunder!" BOSS are "The Boss!" and it do honestly either tops over or equivalents them names Saefrog bought up,but IMO,these here sounds better than them all w/o spending the cash,and it also outlast most to all them mainstream names ... well,non the less,BOSS is my only brand for Subs now! (I'm planning on getting the 15's of these for my 95' Cutlass (Supreme) or whatever car I decide to get them for! ^^|
saefrog From wichita, ks
|First I want to say that I have been installing car stereos for almost 15 years. I've installed multiple Kicker subs, Rockford Fosgate, Pioneer, Plye, Kenwood, JBL, Infinity, Cruch, Lanzar, among many others that I can't remember. Hands down this speaker either beats or matches these speakers. I just switched my rockford fosgate 12' subwoofer out for this one. The reason being is that I bought a $600, 600 watt Kicker Competition Amp and when turned up half way the Fosgate was bottoming out. Also, the sensitivity was too low on the Fosgate so it sounded really low so it was either too loud when low volume or too high when turned up. It was impossible to adjust. Trust me.
I then switched to the Boss Blade because it handled about 3 times the power, had wide foam rim, required a small box, and most important had a higher sensitivity than all the speakers I listed above. Man what a difference. The bass was smooth and did not bottom out and get the "wok wok" sound ever like the fosgate did. I also noticed that there was not "flutter" sound like some subs get when moving back and forth. It was very clear and smooth bass with no bottoming out. I tried to blow this speaker and I could not. One more thing, the speaker terminals were high quality banana clip type or pinch which which is the best way to connect a speaker, an installers dream. No extra clips needed, just shove the bare speaker inside the speaker and the spring clip grips it very tight for good and better connection.
So I guess your asking what's the catch with the price? Well I can't figure it out except that all the name brands blow millions on advertisements and sell you junk. The brands like Boss, Lanzar, etc I believe are just as good if not better for half the price but don't do advertisement, thus, pass the savings onto you. Here is a break down, Kicker = 150 RMS total watts with 89 sensitivity, Pioneer = 150 RMS watts with 91 sensitivity, Boss = 600 RMS watts with 95 decibels. Any questions????|
Alex A From Aurora, MO
|I have one of these subs in a sealed box from WalMart and you will not believe how hard it hits. It is hooked up to a Boss Audio GT380 amp, it has a bridgeable power of 600. This sub has an RMS of 600. My amp is only turned up 1/4 of the max power, any more and it starts rattling everything in the car. You won't regret getting this sub. Match up the RMS of the sub and amp as close as possible and it will hit hard.|