|Posted by Chris Hine on October 20, 2016 at 2:00 PM|
Rock Fosgate Sub-woofer Review
If you're looking for a car subwoofer that sounds punchy, then the Rockford Fosgate Punch subwoofers will get your attention, for obvious reasons. With a name like "Punch," there's no hiding the purpose behind these subwoofers – the deep Kevlar reinforced paper cone is designed to punch the air, creating thunderous bass notes to fill out your music.
One of the best features of the Rockford Fosgate Punch 12-inch subwoofers is the 400-watt continuous power handling with a peak of 800 watts. Since the purpose of a subwoofer is to move large amounts of air to create low frequencies, they require a lot more power to operate than your car speakers. The ability to handle more power means you can push these subwoofers a lot harder than most without experiencing damage.
If you want to get the most punch for the name, you want to install these subwoofers in a ported enclosure with a volume of 1.79 cubic feet. You get a cleaner low-end sound with a sealed enclosure, but the ported enclosure maximizes the purpose of the Punch subwoofer by allowing more movement of air.
The Rockford Fosgate Punch series of car subwoofers are great if you want a thunderous, punchy low-end to your car audio. This makes it ideal for listening to hip-hop and heavy metal. The continuous and peak power handling provides you plenty of room to push the speakers with a power amp, which you'll need because of the inefficient 86dB sensitivity rating.
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