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12″ Comp 4 Ohm SVC
This Comp subwoofer features a thick woofer cone with 360-degree back bracing, a strong motor structure, and perimeter venting to ensure you get the reliable bass you need The Comp 12″ subwoofer works best with a sealed or vented enclosure and 150 watts recommended power.
12″ CompVR 4 Ohm.
I hope this helps. A: You need at least a 500 watt amp with one of these speakers more if you have two. A: I would definitely not recommend using 1000 watts for this subwoofer continuously. They will definitely damage the sub very quickly.
Here are your options: 2 ohms is slightly more expensive than 4 ohms. If you prefer a louder, punchier subwoofer, the 2 ohm (2.5 decibels louder) is better. If you prefer a deeper, cleaner sound, 4 ohms is better.
Subwoofers. The KICKER® 2016 Comp subwoofers are all about this KICKER bass! on the edge. A ribbed, UV-treated binding with double white stitching ties the suspension to a thick polypropylene cone for superior reliability.
Kicker 43CVR122 CompVR 12 Inch 1600 Watt 2 Ohm Dual Voice Coil Car Audio Subwoofer with Santoprene Surround and Progressive Roll Spider, Pair.
This is the most important thing to consider when deciding between 10 and 12. The 12″ subwoofers handle more power, play louder, boomier and many people find they just sound better.
A four-channel amplifier works with power: four speakers; Two Speakers and a Subwoofer – You can use a four-channel amplifier to power a subwoofer and two full-range rear speakers by bridging two of the channels to power the subwoofer.
If you: Have a factory radio, you don’t need more than 50 to 200 watts RMS of power for the bass. An aftermarket receiver – you may want 200 to 300 watts RMS of power. Amplified speakers with around 50 watts RMS per channel – 250 to 500 watts RMS is a good starting point.
One of the most popular methods is to add filters or phase shifters to your subwoofer. You can also make minor upgrades to your subwoofer to make it harder. Replace the small diaphragm in front of the subwoofer, swap out the voice coil, or get a new subwoofer enclosure.
It will be stronger, maybe +3dB, which may or may not be noticeable. But it will produce better sound near you. Two subs versus one will usually eliminate any dead spots you might have in your room. The bass should be smoother and more balanced while being slightly louder and easier to feel.
The right type of amp
This setup is perfect for a mono sub amp. By wiring the two subs in parallel (see diagram), you present the amplifier with an impedance of 2 ohms. Mono amps are built for this type of situation, allowing you to get the maximum output power from your amp investment.