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Dual Electronics XNBP12D


$199.99 Released January, 2011

Product Shot 1 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.

Features

  • 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

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Pros
  • 3

    no distortion noticeable at all

  • 2

    work great on a mid-range amplifier, don't need anything expensive to push them

  • 2

    value for the money is excellent, hard to find a pair of enclosed 12 inch subs for the price

  • 2

    blue lights look very cool, add a lot of style

  • 2

    installation is easy enough for anyone with a bit of experience

  • 2

    capable of impactful, hard-hitting sound

  • 2

    great range for both upper and lower bass, don't leave anything muddy or soft

Cons
  • 0

    many people don't realize the lights have to be hardwired to work, frustrating trying to get them working

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