|商品尺寸||25.4 x 11.94 x 11.94 cm; 2.27 公斤|
|型号 / 款式||PLPW10D|
Pyle Plpw10d 1000w 10 英寸双音圈 4 Ohm 低音炮
- 黑色钢篮 - 30 盎司磁铁
- 非压纸锥 - 125 瓦额定功率/250 瓦
- 经过特殊处理的泡沫环绕 - SPL:90 dB
- 1.5 英寸(约 3.8 厘米)4 层双音圈 - 弹簧加载扬声器端子
- 双 4 欧姆阻抗
Pyle Power speakers pack a huge punch! The PLPW10D is a 10-Inch booming 1000 watt subwoofer designed with the bass lover in mind. This subwoofer will make your music growl in your vehicle or at home, in any type of enclosure: sealed, vented, or open-air. The black steel basket and non-press paper cone look sleek - and thanks to a 50 oz. magnet, 2-Inch four-layer dual voice coil, and specially treated foam surround, it sounds great too. Connect to your amplifier using the spring loaded, push-down speaker terminals and feel the Pyle Power.
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So I have to question those that make claims about them not being powerful enough or they blew up relatively quick. I think this comes down to not understanding,
1. Your amplifier and RMS ratings
2. How wiring the sub to your amp can cause impedance mismatches.
One reviewer said his sub wasn't loud enough. This makes me believe it's wired in series, producing 8 ohms. Another reviewer says their amplifier is 2 Ohms. Well... If it is a mono block, 2 Ohms is good. If it is a 2 channel you bridged down to one channel, a 2 Ohms stable amplifier seeing a subwoofer wired down to 2 Ohms will either fry the sub, or fry the amplifier. I've seen this fry a voice coil in the sub and destroy filtering circuits in an amp. In this situation what happens is both channels split the load. Meaning you are showing each channel 1 ohm. In this case you would just use 1 voice coil @ 4 Ohms.
Always check the resistance at the terminals to determine if you are wired correctly.
On to the build. These are nice looking entry level subwoofers. Magnet looks good as well. The surround could have been a bit bigger. But hey, less than 60 dollars, can't complain. The bucket is plastic, though it feels rigid enough. Nice spring clip terminals. Nothing fancy. Just a decent design.
Power handling. Guys, never go off of max rating. Period. Go off the RMS numbers. If those aren't listed, I use a formula for estimating an RMS value. Multiply price by 5.5. this would tell me the sub is at roughly 150 watts combined
Sound is good and got better with about 45 minutes breaking in. It is not hitting super low frequencies. But thats ok, it's just a 10" sub. This is a great bang for the buck.
Sensitivity is 90db at 1 watt/1 meter. This is at a specific frequency, I'm thinking somewhere around 50-55hz. So the lower tones, around 35hz have about a 4 db roll-off.
In a good box, these should hit about 40hz fairly clean. They do start breaking up around 170hz. So those that want to match at higher frequency's may be deterred from using this sub.