Kicker CompVR CVR10
Released January, 2007
The Pros:High volume output, enough to shake the rearview mirror. Deliver a smooth, deep bass tone. Ideal for "thumping" bass, built to hit hard.
The Cons:Voice coil clips overly spaced. Tends to heat up after prolonged use. Sound is somewhat "boomy", lacks precision.
The Kicker CompVR CVR10 subwoofer is a round 10 inch unit that delivers max rec amplifier power of 800/400 (watts peak/RMS). It has a sensitivity of 85.5 db 1w/1m, a frequency response of 25-500 Hz, a mounting depth of 5-9/16 inches, and a mounting cutout of 9-1/4 inches.
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The CompVR line boasts an efficient top-plate design, strong dual voice coils and a motor structure designed to handle more power. The ribbed Santoprene surround adds to the strength of the CVR10 while the injection-molded cone plus 360 back bracing and aluminized coating helps eliminate any flex. It includes a high temperature wire to handle the heat transfer from the power. The CVR10 is one of the smaller of the CVR lines, and therefore cannot deliver the same kind of power. Because of this, it is a little cheaper.
- 10 inches
- Max Rec Amp Pwr: 800/400 watts peak/RMS
- Mounting Depth: 5 9/16 inches
- Mounting Cutout: 9 1/4 inches
- Frequency Response: 25 Hz - 500 Hz
- High Temperature Wire
- Aluminized coating
- Injection molded cone
- 360-degree back bracing
- Ribbed Santoprene surround
User Reviews (2)
high volume output, enough to shake the rearview mirror
deliver a smooth, deep bass tone
ideal for "thumping" bass, built to hit hard
installation is easy, no surprises or major issues to work around
voice coil clips overly spaced
tends to heat up after prolonged use
sound is somewhat "boomy", lacks precision
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