MTX Audio Thunder Thin TT6512
Released January, 2008
The Pros:Loud enough to rattle the whole car. Pounds out sharp beats really well, ideal for rap and hiphop. Beats have enough impact that you feel them as much as hear them.
The Cons:Not acoustically accurate, everything comes out a bit distorted. Lacks definition in the bass range, bad for classical music lovers.
The MTX Audio Thunder Thin TT6512 is a 12" car subwoofer designed very thin and compact at only 3.325" deep which allows it to fit almost anywhere. The subwoofer has an extra dense injection molded polypropylene semi-dome woofer stamped with a gothic-style MTX logo and a rubber surround.
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It features a one piece spider cone that allows the subwoofer to produce the same excursion levels as MTX Audio's Thunder Round series. The Thunder Thin TT6512 includes large basket frame venting to keep the subwoofer cool and a heavy duty push terminal. It produces 400 RMS watts of power and has a single 2-ohm or 4-ohm voice coil depending on the submodel. The TT6510 is the larger and more powerful of the two Thunder Thin series subwoofers.
- 12" subwoofer
- 1.75" single 2 or 4-ohm voice coil (depending on submodel)
- Only 3.325" deep
- One piece spider cone
- Rubber Surround
- Extra dense injection molded polypropylene semi-dome woofer
- Large basket frame venting for optimal heat dissipation and proper cooling
- Heavy duty push terminal
- 65oz. Magnet structure
- Power Handling: 800 watts (peak), 400 watts (RMS)
- Sensitivity: 86.5 dB
- Sealed Box Volume: 1.00 cu. ft.
User Reviews (1)
loud enough to rattle the whole car
pounds out sharp beats really well, ideal for rap and hiphop
beats have enough impact that you feel them as much as hear them
can fit it into a smaller enclosure and still get a good amount of sound out of it
can be used for hours without getting too hot
works well with higher-powered bass amps
not acoustically accurate, everything comes out a bit distorted
lacks definition in the bass range, bad for classical music lovers
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