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|Customer Review Summary for Infinity Reference 1060W|
|November 3, 2013||Impressive Capabilities||
Gio from Denver, CO
Hello Fellow Bass Heads,
I had blown my recently bought Kicker C104 sub, I ended up choosing this sub as a cheap replacement. I had read a few reviews and gainfully bought this sub. I broke the sub in slowly (across a month period and slowly increasing bass levels). I have nothing to complain about the sub itself. It has a very nice look, it bumps really loud. I burned out my 500 watt Sony Xplod amplifier with this sub. LOL :-) this made me happy. Its rated at 1060 watts (I bought a new amp, on its way - 1000 watts). This will go in sometime Wednesday or Thursday. I'm very pleased with the quality of the sub itself.
Comparing it against the Kicker C104 is kinda difficult.
-Thicker surround for durability
-High output in Watts (1060 watts) - cant beat it for the price
-Bumps sooo hard it dims my lights
-Doesn't hit those lows as well as the Kicker C104 (this is because of the thicker surround, which I am telling you is better)
-smaller radius, which can also affect the sensitivity for the low bass
-Dims lights = more money to satisfy its requirements
I found this sub doesn't hit all the lows appropriately because of the thicker surround. I don't consider this a bad thing. Why? you might ask - well I had originally bought all Kicker speakers and sub for my car. I had Kickers "Livin' Loud" status up until the sub broke down. It ripped in many areas around the special surround (which I found to be very thin) Kicker uses.
I am truly hoping that by adding a 1000 watt amp to this system, it will better the sensitivity of the lows bouncing off the thicker surround and for that reason I will be writing a second review indicating my findings with higher power. I'm also expecting a larger draw from the battery, so I'm contemplating the purchase of a capacitor to alleviate the dimming lights.
This is a great product thus my 100% ratings. It is worth every penny. If your on a budget, you want this sub. allows you to continuously improve on your system.
Thanks for reading!