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Impressive handling and response from a Budget Sub
Right out of the delivery box and into a prefabricated 1.7cuft slotted enclosure with a 120Watts this budget friendly marine rated sub hit some pretty impressive and authoritative lows. Listening to a bass heavy track, 120 watts in 2 Ohm configuration was enough power to rattle the windows of my living room; with a bit of concern (for the windows of course).
I like the clean white woofer with thick quality feeling black rubber surround. the cone has almost a matte/flat finish. to hook up the LED to a 12v source drill a small hole in the terminal plate of the enclosure to run 12v line into the enclosure. drill another hole in the lip of the baffle that aligns with the opening on the woofers mounting lip. epoxy the holes after the +- wires have been routed.
my only gripe is with the placement of a rectangular hole in the rim of the basket for the LED grill power. There is about 1/8th" for contact between the edge of the hole and the seating rim of the sub against the enclosure. a weak spot for sure when generating significant air pressure in a box. though perhaps some removable sealing compound could work to make up for this design quirk.
Note: terminals won't accept 8g wire ferrules.
Overall though, this clean simple sub is one that I feel will last years.
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