Kicker Comp C10
Released January, 2005
The Pros:Excellent value for the price. Hit hard, lots of impact that moves the air. Fairly durable, will last a long time without breaking down.
The Cons:Distortion is audible if pushed too close to the top RMS wattage. Not the highest power output, could be louder.
The Kicker Comp C10 is the 10" sub-woofer size available in the Comp series offered by Kicker. The Comp series is the lowest product line of subs offered by Kicker, and is intended to give buyers the most possible bang for their buck.
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The technology used in Comp woofers is universal accross the 8, 10, 12 and 15 inch models available. The Comp series is designed to look good and also features several features such as double stitching on the surround, oil-cooling perimeter venting, and flex-killing inverted structural dome to give it some muscle. The Comp woofers can be used in both free air and vented or sealed box applications. The poly/plastic cone has back bracing making it rigid and eliminating distortion, and as first from Kicker, also features Spiralead tinsel-lead technology for even more strength and durability. All models in the Comp series are available in 4 or 8 ohm models to suit your sound system needs. Round grille covers are available seperately. The C10 model has a frequency response of 30-500 Hz, resonance frequency of 29.4 Hz and has peak/RMS power of 300W/150W respectively.
- Impedance: 4 or 8 ohms
- Max Rec Amp. Power (Peak / RMS): 300W / 150W
- Sensitivity: 87.3 DB 1w/1m)
- Frequency Response: 30-500 Hz
- Resonance Frequency: 29.4 Hz
- Mounting Depth: 4 13/16", 12.3 cm
- Mounting Cutout: 9 1/4", 23.5 cm
- Mechanical Q factor: 9.65 Qms
- Electrical Q factor: 0.473 Qes
- Total Q factor: 0.451 Qts
Note: All values based on measurements from 4 ohm model.
User Reviews (1)
excellent value for the price
hit hard, lots of impact that moves the air
fairly durable, will last a long time without breaking down
great definition in the bass, details in the sound stand out
works well for a variety of music types
distortion is audible if pushed too close to the top RMS wattage
not the highest power output, could be louder
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