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Jbl-gto1014d.1054498
8.7 out of 10

JBL GTO1014D

10“ Die-Cast Dual Voice Coil Subwoofer engineered to put you in Read more

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Reviews and Problems with JBL GTO1014D

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Overall 8
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User Review

darkprince19769, JBL
7 July 2014
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Jason from Moncton, NB, Canada, Sonic Electronix
23 April 2012
  • Conclusion: I bought one of these on eBay brand new. It was defective. One of the voice coils was toast and threw my amp into protect mode. Other than that, this is one of the most impressive looking subwoofers I've ever seen. It's very beefy and makes the heavy duty Infinity reference 1060 look like a woman's sub.
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Kawabunga Dude!

Kevin from Perth, 0, Australia, Sonic Electronix
30 June 2010
  • Conclusion: I really like this sub. It met all my requirements for my small cabin vehicle. I would not recommended this sub for a large car though, and it needs at least 250RMS powering it. If i get another i will buy this sub again, but this time will power 300+ RMS into it.
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NICE, Good Quality

ChynnaDoll from Kingstowne, Sonic Electronix
7 May 2010
  • Conclusion: Have three of these in my trunk in a band pass enclosure running 425watts a piece off of three JBL GTO7001 Amps and it's too much sound for me even at half level!
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vincent from east moriches, NY, Sonic Electronix
24 December 2009
  • Conclusion: he sound clarity is way better than my last. I am sending around 80 Watts at 8 Ohms to it, due to having dual voice coils.
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Sound great, albeit inefficient

Matt from Smithtown, NY, Sonic Electronix
30 November 2009
  • Conclusion: They sound great, but aren't very efficient. Very stiff cone, may loosen over time. I don't believe the 92dB claim. Make sure you drive them with a monster amp to get some volume out of them. My recommendation is to spend a little extra cash to get the JBL paper/kevlar-coned pro series. A lighter cone may be more efficient.
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Clean, transparent sub

Rick from Casselberry, FL, Sonic Electronix
5 March 2009
  • Conclusion: I just picked one up yesterday, and I have 800w @ 2ohm (maybe 75% efficiency) going to the single sub. It\'s taking it no problem. It\'s so smooth, hits the notes fast and clean and blends extremely well with the front soundstage. I will play with it a little more before deciding if it can handle the current I have daily, but so far I\'m pretty impressed with the SQ.
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Great sub!! Worth The Small Cost

Robert from Dayton, Ohio, Sonic Electronix
5 January 2009
  • Conclusion: This is a great sub. The sound clarity is way better than my last. I am sending around 80 Watts at 8 Ohms to it, due to having dual voice coils. Sounds good and hits hard. Going to buy a second and wire them up at 2 Ohms.
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