Kicker CompVX CVX12
Released January, 2006
The Pros:Can be heard throughout the neighborhood if you back them with the right amp. Good beats but won't rattle the car apart. Clear and detailed sound representation, minimal distortion.
The Cons:Oversized design needs a fairly big box to be installed right. Won't work properly if fed directly from most head units, absolutely requires an amp.
The Kicker CompVX CVX12 is a powerful 12” car-audio component subwoofer built from a Polymer composite injected molded cone. The second in the Kicker CompVX series, the CVX12 is an upgrade from the CVX10.
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In fact, the CVX12 offers a larger size (12” versus 10”), an increased peak power output (1500w versus 1200w), and a higher nominal power output (750w versus 600). The CVX12 also comes equipped with a poly-cotton semi-progressive Spider, a highly-efficient UniPlate pole piece/back plate, and a heat-reducing T-cup top plate. In addition, the CompVX CVX12 features spring loaded nickel-plated terminals, dual ultra-length voice calls, and a stitched and rigid Santroprene surround designed to ensure that it doesn’t separate from the cone no matter how intense the audio loud. The Kicker CompVX CVX12 is priced at $189.99, a $30 increase from the 10” CVX10.
- Model: CVX12
- Size (in): 12
- Woofer Composition: Polymer composite
- Surround: Santroprene rubber
- Impedance (Ohms): 2 or 4 DVC
- Peak Power Output (Watts): 1500
- Nominal Power Output (Watts): 750
- Sensitivity (dB): 87.1
- Frequency (Hz): 20-500
- Mounting Depth (in): 6-5/8
- Mounting Diameter (in): 11-1/8”
User Reviews (1)
can be heard throughout the neighborhood if you back them with the right amp
good beats but won't rattle the car apart
clear and detailed sound representation, minimal distortion
durable construction can take a little abuse and still keep kicking
good range of impedance settings, will work with most amps
oversized design needs a fairly big box to be installed right
won't work properly if fed directly from most head units, absolutely requires an amp
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