The 40VCWS122 is the perfect solution to enhancing your music experience on those long drives. This amazing 12” subwoofer offers the perfect balance that bridges performance and value, thanks to the much talked about single voice coil 12” VCompS12 2 Ohm impedance (40VCWS122). The highlight of this subwoofer is its robust construction that Kicker is famous for and the built in VCompS puts to use the amazing innovations brought through Kicker that matches international standards in quality, thus providing blasting music through high-performance bass.
The major advantage with Kicker 40VCWS122 is that enclosure works best with 300 watts of recommended power, always performing brilliantly. It sounds amazing even in free-air applications, and gives out raw power, never before heard in its previous cousins. Made out of lightweight, molded polypropylene cone, this tough subwoofer comes in ribbed polyurethane, thus successfully eliminating any distortion or flex. The heavily fortified motor structure features a rip-resistant, extra-large diameter spider and extra-strength Spiralead® Tinsel leads that enable distortion free signal transfer at its best. Further, the subwoofer’s durability is enhanced by the high-temp coil that’s wound around a vented pole piece, featuring efficient Quad Venting slots.Unit Includes: 12 inch Car subwoofer driver, Kicker decals and Instruction manual
|Driver Size||12 inch|
|Voice coils||Single voice coil|
|Impedance (per voice coil)||2 ohm|
|Frequency Response||27 Hz - 500 Hz|
|Sub enclosure type||Ported / Vented|
|Power Handling RMS||300 Watts|
|Power Handling Peak||600 watts|
|Shallow Mount Subwoofer||No|
|Sealed Enclosure Recommended Size||No|
|Ported Enclosure Recommended Size||No|
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