Dual Electronics XNBP12D
Released January, 2011
The Pros:No distortion noticeable at all. Work great on a mid-range amplifier, don't need anything expensive to push them. Value for the money is excellent, hard to find a pair of enclosed 12 inch subs for the price.
The Cons:Many people don't realize the lights have to be hardwired to work, frustrating trying to get them working.
The Dual Electronics XNBP12D is a mid-range to high-end car subwoofer that offers 600 watts of RMS power and 1100 watts of peak power. It features a carpeted enclosure, plexi subwoofer viewing windows and 12v DC blue glow illumination.
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Additionally, the XNBP12D sports a specialized tuned-port computer-aided design and dual 12-inch Low-Q optimized drivers.
The XNBP12D's carpeted enclose helps to reduce heavy vibrations that can rattle your vehicle and distort bass performance. Its specialized tuned-port computer-aided enclosure design is meant to provide the XNBP12D with greater output efficiency while its viewing windows and blue illumination are meant to add a unique visual style. Meanwhile, the XNBP12D's dual 12-inch Low-Q optimized drivers each provide loud, accurate and high-quality bass performance.
- Specialized tuned-port computer-aided design
- Carpeted enclosure
- Plexi subwoofer viewing windows
- Built-in crossovers
- Dual 12-inch Low-Q optimized drivers
- 12v DC blue glow illumination
- 4" Port dual chamber design
- 600 watts of RMS power and 1100 watts of peak power
- Impedance: 4 Ohms
User Reviews (4)
no distortion noticeable at all
work great on a mid-range amplifier, don't need anything expensive to push them
value for the money is excellent, hard to find a pair of enclosed 12 inch subs for the price
blue lights look very cool, add a lot of style
installation is easy enough for anyone with a bit of experience
capable of impactful, hard-hitting sound
great range for both upper and lower bass, don't leave anything muddy or soft
many people don't realize the lights have to be hardwired to work, frustrating trying to get them working
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