3,000 maximum wattage offers top-of-the-range performance and reliability. Performs efficiently even at high outputs. Features a three-inch-high temperature voice coil and triple slug magnet. High roll foam surround and paper cone are superb. An excellent choice for the price.
Requires a longer break-in period than similar subwoofers.
Fantastic tone for the money. The cone is flex-resistant polypropylene with 360-degree back bracing to cut down on distortion. Ribbed foam surround is double stitched for a clean look and a long lifespan. Works well in ported and sealed enclosures.
There are subwoofers in this price range with more power.
Solid, quality construction that is more durable than other budget models. 4,000 maximum wattage offers higher volume capability than most expensive options.
Connecting wires can develop distortion or audio drop outs if not properly installed.
High power output enhances the low end dynamics of most songs. Thick construction materials allow the speaker to run at the maximum 3,000 watts without damage.
Can be awkward to install correctly in tight interior spaces.
Car stereo systems typically fall short of satisfying bass. Enter the 15” car subwoofer. It can deliver a satisfying thumping bass as you listen to your tunes on the road. While most 15” car subwoofers have an output of 1,000 to 2,000 watts, power can be as modest as 500 watts and as impressive as 4,000 watts. The large size of the cone can make it vulnerable to damage from the heat or being knocked around in the car if its made of flimsy material. Though not as large as its 18” big brother, the 15” car subwoofer isn’t tiny, so there needs to be ample room for it. Some subwoofers of this size give better frequency distribution than others, which will prevent distortion.
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