JL Audio M12IB6-SG-WH 12" 600 W Marine Subwoofer
Engineered as the reference standard for marine subwoofer performance, the M12IB6 is capable of producing staggering amounts of jaw-dropping bass in infinite-baffle applications.
Built to withstand real-world marine duty, this M12IB6 is designed to operate without a dedicated enclosure. It boasts a monstrous 4-inch voice coil and rugged suspension system to deliver outstanding linear excursion for high output and power handling.
The M12IB6 is best used with amplifier power in the 200W – 600W range and is optimized to operate with a large volume of air behind it (at least 3 cu. ft. / 84.95 l).
Like all JL Audio marine speakers, this driver is built to withstand a real saltwater marine environment and deliver years of listening enjoyment.
- Impedance: 4 ohm
- Vented motor design with marine-grade, stainless steel rear diffuser plate
- Efficiency: 86.7 dB
- Cutout Diameter: 12.0625"
- Mounting Depth: 8.05"
- Synthetic rubber surround specifically formulated with UV inhibitors
- Stainless steel mounting hardware included
- Color: White
- Marine grade progressive roll synthetic fiber spider
- Long linear excursion for enhanced output and reduced distortion
- Injection-Molded mica-filled polypropylene cone bodies
- Xmax: 18.5 mm
- Gold-Plated marine-grade brass connection terminals
- Optimum Sealed Enclosure Volume: 3.0 cu ft / 70.8 L
- RMS: 600 watts
- Proprietary Dynamic Motor Analysis (DMA) technology
- Specifically engineered Centrex polymer baskets are corrosion & UV-resistant
- Minimum Sealed Enclosure Volume: 2.0 cu ft / 56.6 L (or larger)
- Infinite Baffle Use: Yes
- Subwoofers are usually sold as a single unit unless otherwise noted.
- UPC: 699440916189
- Weight: 23.8
- Sku: 91618
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*Warranty: 2 Years Manufacturer warranty.
This item is accompanied by a manufacturer's warranty. If it is found to be defective, it may be returned to OnlineCarstereo.com for replacement within 1 year from the original date of purchase with proper return authorization.