- RMS Power Handling: 500 Watts
- Peak Power: 1000 Watts
- Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 500 Hz
- Nominal Impedance: 4-Ohms
- Sensitivity: 86.2
- Voice Coil Diameter: 2.5"
- Mounting Diameter: 11-15/32" (283mm)
- Mounting Depth: 6" (152.4mm)
- Spkr. Displacement: 0.13 cu.Ft
- Vega Maximum Throw Suspension
- Rugged Diecast Aluminum Frame
- Powerful Double Stack Magnet Assembly
- Titanium/Nickel Alloy Plated Diaphragm
- High Temperature Voice Coil
- Priced per speaker
- Subwoofers are usually sold as a single unit unless otherwise noted.
*Warranty: 1 Year Onlinecarstereo.com warranty.
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David From Tempe Arizona
|Had 2 12in Vmax with a demon series 11 1-4000W audio acoustic mono and it was a head Turner Fr. In till the amp smoked up and burnt out lol now I have a famous racing series 1000w 2 channel amp.and it's will never be the same =(|
gio From so cal
|I work at best buy and we do not do any kind of spl or db testing what so ever. my two 12" alpine type x's wont even hit 149 db and ive got two alpine mrd-m1000. one going to each one thats 1000watts rms to each sub.|
Daniel From WV
|Cerwin Vega has a great reputation for developing decent equipment at affordable prices. They've been doing it for years, and this model was no exception. Now I'd like to comment on another review for this sub.
Will from Middleton, NY doesn't know what the heck he's talking about. How can you "push" two of these with a 800 WATT 2 CHANNEL MONO AMP @ 2 Ohms AND hit nearly 150 decibels?
1. Mono amps are ONE channel.
2. Two of these subs would require more than 800 watts to yield decent results.
3. The ohm load you're "pushing" has nothing to do with your system's DBs.
4. No way you were hitting anywhere near 150 DBs with two of these subs and 800 watts.