Summary: This product is very well built. I should have bought one years ago. I bought a scratch and dent because i wouldnt see it anyway. The product was in perfect shape and sounds awesome with a 400 watt amp pushing it in a ford ranger single cab. it looks like the truck came with a factory sub.
Pros: big boom small area
Cons: terminals for speakers lttle tight space for hookup
Summary: I was born in the early 70's. Experienced the disco era, cartoon Saturday's, eight track and LP's, breakdancing, boom boxes, cassette tapes, cd's, dvd's and the digital era. I was always captivated by technology. I'm a backyard experienced audio enthusiast.
Pros: Compact and very nice design. Value for the buck. Fairly light weight and sounds really good. It's a head turner.
Cons: Not much bad things to say, however, I've had bazookas back in the 80's. Design hasn't changed much besides cosmetics. But, there is port noise in some ranges and at certain volumes of course. However, it does not demean that this sub woofer is a contender for sure.
Summary: I am impressed to say the least. This is ideal for a bridgeable 2 channel amp that is 4 <br />ohm stable. I am running a total of 380w RMS (190 per VC) and this out performs single <br />10" or 12" subs I've had in the past. This sub provides clean, hard hitting bass with a <br />fast response.