Conclusion: I have 2 of these on a hifonics 2100.1 amp wired to 2 ohm and man do these thing pound. I can feel the bass in the seats of the car beside me. The mirrors are totally useless when you turn the bass up to half. With the windows down and 15' from the house it will vibrate things on the wall I plan to add 2 more soon. I put them in a 2002 crew cab silverado under the back seats, the subs require .8 cf in a sealed box per sub.
Conclusion: I have one of the older models of this sub. All I have the say Kicker had done now wrong on this new model. I think this model is better. My other, I had to send back to Kicker, because the voice coil went bad so I can't wait until I get the other one back. I just have the one in my trunk and it sounds like I have two tens, so I can't wait until I put the other one in. I recommend Kicker to any one. Even though my other one Stopped working.
2 10" Inch Kicker Comp VX's Are no Joke, they are the truth. Get em there worth there weight in Gold!!!
Skrilla from Owensboro, KY, Sonic Electronix
7 October 2010
Conclusion: I have two 10" Kicker comp VX's in my 2007 Chevrolet Silverado EXT. Cab LT (the new body style) The Subs are Driven by a Kicker ZX1000x1 Amp. Let me say it was hard finding a box to fit under the back seat finally. So first i bought 2 8" Kicker solo baric L7's and the box I bought was exacty cut for the L7's so when I recieved them, me and my cousin, who installs for a living started to hook everything up.
Conclusion: I put two of these CVR's in the back of my extended cab s10 matched with a boss 2500w amp. These subs are great, they pick up the lows and sound amazing whether or not they are turned up all the way.