This acclaimed subwoofer driver strikes an outstanding balance in power handling, enclosure requirements and excursion to deliver excellent results in medium power applications. Several exclusive JL Audio technologies and proprietary assembly techniques are applied to the 10W3v3 to enhance linearity and reliability. The 10W3v3-4 is best used with amplifier power in the 150W - 500W range and is optimized to operate in a compact 0.625 cu. ft. (17.7 l) sealed enclosure, or a 1.125 cu. ft. (31.9 l) ported enclosure. Detailed enclosure recommendations can be found in the "Specifications" tab.
- 10" 4-ohm subwoofer
- mineral-filled polypropylene cone with nitrile-butylene rubber surround
- power range: 100-500 watts RMS
- peak power handling: 1,000 watts
- frequency response: 25-250 Hz
- sensitivity: 84.87 dB
- top-mount depth: 5-7/8"
- sealed box volume: 0.625 cubic feet
- ported box volume: 1.125 cubic feet
- Subwoofers are usually sold as a single unit unless otherwise noted.
- UPC: 699440921510
- Weight: 15
- Sku: 92151
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*Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer warranty.
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Mike From St. Augustine, Florida
|Bought this sub and connected it to an Alpine 500 Watt (300 Watt RMS @ 4 ohms) Mono Class D and it sounds amazing. Have it in a 2012 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab under the passenger seat in a pre-fab box I bought on Ebay and it's loud! Worth the money!!|
Mark hanson From United States
I use to have two 10w1v2-4 they were nice, but then i found a box that would house 2 10w3v3-4. The w1 was running a kicker amp with 220 watts a side. When i went to the 10w3v3-4. What a big difference they are powered by jx 1000 500 to each side. w1's i could stand sitting in the truck the w3's i have to turn them down. people think i am running 2 12's or 1 15 some say 2 15's whatever. these are the real deal i have them in a .625 sealed fox box not sure of the spl's, but it sure does sound like a car i had that hit 133 spl's|
Matthew From Kansas
I had one of these in a sealed box pushed by a rockford punch 550/2 bridged in a 99 camaro. First of all, it takes a lot more power to get volume out of a sealed box, but you get way better accuracy and quality. That being said, people still would guess that I had 2 12's in the back. This sub lasted me a couple years of abusing the crap out of it. I listen to mostly metal so a lot of very quick double bass pedal hits and this baby would keep up. This is not a comp sub, but if you want bang on a budget you need to get you one or two.