Kicker CompVX CVX15
Released January, 2006
The Pros:Creates hard, pounding beats that you can feel. Can handle the power from many higher-end amps for extreme volume. Well designed to avoid damaging itself when turned up.
The Cons:Needs a fairly large box to play at its potential. Audio can be imprecise, can sound a little muffled. Dangerous to play for extended periods, can cause permanent hearing loss.
The Kicker CompVX CVX15 is an ultra-powerful 15” car-audio component subwoofer constructed from a Polymer composite injected molded cone. The top subwoofer in the Kicker CompVX series, the CVX15 is in fact an upgrade from the CompVX12.
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It offers a larger frame (15” versus 12”), an increased nominal power output (1000w versus 750w), and an incredibly powerful peak power output (2000w versus 1500w). The CompVX CVX15 also includes an inverted structural dome that lowers distortion, a rear cone brace for higher structural integrity and resistance to distortion, and a ribbed Santroprene rubber surround for linear cone motion. Furthermore, the CVX15 features dual ultra-length voice coils, jacketed braided tinsel leads, a heat reducing t-cut top plate, and a poly-cotton semi-progressive spider. The CVX15 is priced at $229.99, a $40 increase from the $189.99 CVX12. Although very expensive for just one subwoofer, the Kicker CompVX CVX15 is nonetheless regarded as one of the most powerful subwoofers available on the market, and worthy of any consumer seeking a subwoofer packed with pure power and intensity.
- Model: CVX15
- Size (in): 15
- Woofer Composition: Polymer composite
- Surround: Santroprene rubber
- Impedance (Ohms): 2 or 4 DVC
- Peak Power Output (Watts): 2000
- Nominal Power Output (Watts): 1000
- Sensitivity (dB): 92.3
- Frequency (Hz): 18-500
- Mounting Depth (in): 8-1/4
- Mounting Diameter (in): 13-7/8”
User Reviews (2)
creates hard, pounding beats that you can feel
can handle the power from many higher-end amps for extreme volume
well designed to avoid damaging itself when turned up
doesn't distort when you turn it up
full bass range representation, doesn't miss anything
needs a fairly large box to play at its potential
audio can be imprecise, can sound a little muffled
dangerous to play for extended periods, can cause permanent hearing loss
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