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Infinity REF 1260W

Great Deal: $61.95

Reviews and Problems with Infinity REF 1260W

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Overall 8
8.0

Bump on a budget

Daniel O., Newegg
15 May 2012
  • Pros: Very nice, clean sound. Great excursion, flexible wattage handling, and just looks cool to boot.
  • Cons: Cheap wire terminals. (the slide/clip on variety) I use low gauge wire for my sub, it was a pain in the neck to find terminal connectors that size. Stick with the spring push terminals Infinity, you're better than that.
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Overall 10
10
Ease of use 10
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Sound quality 10
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Build quality 10
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Coolness factor 10
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Great Price, Great Quality

Band Man, Crutchfield
28 March 2012
  • Summary: Easily installed and sounded great. Good bass punch and depth of tone. Highly recommended. Crutchfield shipped on time and followed up to check satisfaction, nice work guys.
  • Pros: Easy order, kept me informed, sound great, competitive pricing
  • Cons: none
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Overall 6
6.0
Ease of use 10
10
Sound quality 8
8.0
Build quality 8
8.0
Coolness factor 10
10

Reviewsfor the Infinity 1260w

Brandon, Crutchfield
28 March 2012
  • Summary: Awsome speakers! Look good sound good. Wish the frequency response was around 20 Hz VS 23 Hz on the low end. Other than that the high price. So my only complaint is the price.
  • Pros: Sound, Looks, and it's Infinity!
  • Cons: $ $ $ PRICE $ $ $
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Overall 10
10
Ease of use 10
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Sound quality 10
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Build quality 10
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Coolness factor 10
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awesome subs for the money

matt, Crutchfield
27 February 2012
  • Summary: I have two of these in a ground shaker sq212 box powered by a kenwood kac5001ps amp and all I have to say is daaaamn. These subs hit hard II'm still breaking them in but have turned it up a lil to see what they can do and I'm impressed with what Ive got. They make my suv shake and can make it feel like head is gonna explode.
  • Pros: Looks
  • Cons: Requiring a large box but that's to be expected from these monsters
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Overall 10
10
Ease of use 10
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Sound quality 10
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Build quality 10
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Coolness factor 10
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Great Starter Sub

B In Cali, Crutchfield
27 February 2012
  • Summary: I have a 1999 VW Passat, which has a sizable trunk. I'm running the sub off of a Rockford Fosgate R500-1 Monoblock. I have it in a 1 cubic feet sealed box. And I must say, the sound is great for a starter sub. I was looking at Focal, Hertz, JL, and even the Kappas because I've read that they specialize in sound quality, but I went ahead and saved some money and tried out this Reference, and its an amazing sub.
  • Pros: Great looking, boomy bass or sound quality bass, flexible, good price, 1 cubic foot boxes are easy to find and cheap
  • Cons: Make sure you have the right box, a good deck to customize your music, and an amp w/ a gain and bass volume switch in order for you to tweak your sound, or else this will just sound like a regular whatever brand sub
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Overall 10
10
Ease of use 10
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Sound quality 10
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Build quality 10
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Coolness factor 10
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Greate sub-woofer by Harman Kardon Infinity

RuL, Crutchfield
7 September 2011
  • Summary: I have a basic Toyota Rav4 2011 and upgrade the factory radio and speakers. The reciever is the JVC Kdr-520 with bluetooth adapter included, the seakers are 4 Infinity Kappas 629.62i, I let the two factory tweeters that sound good. Have all hooked to a Firefly 5 channels amp and a 7 band equalizer from BassInferno. I have a Sony sub-woofer but want to get an Infinity sub to match the voices. I am very proud with the good bass punch this sub-woofer produce.
  • Pros: Good punch bass, prety deep sound, very good construction and a beautiful appearance.
  • Cons: I only have the complaint that Harman Kardon on this Reference Infinity Series do not use a good connection like biding spots, it use flat metal connections of the same size. I was a little dissapointmen with that and get the plugs connector to this size was a pain. But the connector get tight and you can be sure that them wil not be disconnected from the sub.
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Overall 10
10
Ease of use 10
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Sound quality 10
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Build quality 10
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Coolness factor 8
8.0

infinity 1260w

mike t, Crutchfield
7 September 2011
Overall 10
10

Another Great Infinity Speaker

Steve D, Crutchfield
20 July 2011
  • Summary: I have one of these subwoofers installed in a compact sealed box. The woofer has relatively tight bass for a 12-inch driver, and a minimal amount of boominess. In other words, I love it! The sound is really smooth and clean, and there is plenty of punch there to remind yourself that you have a subwoofer in your car.
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Overall 8
8.0

5 Years Later

Rob, Crutchfield
21 May 2011
Overall 10
10

Replaced a 25 year old Rockford sub and am very pleased

Renthorin, Crutchfield
23 January 2011
  • Summary: Bought a Rockford 10" sub back in 1986 and it was going strong...until a BBQ propane tank in the hatch rolled over and killed it. RIP Rockford Sub. Enter the NEW sub : - ) I was looking for a 10" sub so I could use my existing box but things sure have changed since the mid 80's. What took a 1.25 cubic foot box back then now take a .6 cubic foot box. The subs that wanted that size enclosure are all 12's these days, but obviously won't fit in a 10" opening.
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