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    STADIUM 962M

    6″x 9″ (168mm x 240mm) Three-way Car Speaker



      Club WS1200

      Club WS1200 – 12” Shallow Mount Subwoofer



        Club 1024

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        10″ (250mm) and 12″ (300mm) car audio subwoofers



          STADIUM 192T

          Stadium Series ¾” Aluminum Dome Tweeter with Inline High Pass Crossover Filter


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            12″ (300mm) car audio bandpass subwoofer box



              STADIUM 52CF

              5-1/4″ (133mm) Two-Way Car Speaker

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                Stage3 9637

                6″ x9″(152mmx230mm) 3-Way car speaker



                  Club 1224

                  10″ (250mm) and 12″ (300mm) car audio subwoofers




                    12″ Slipstream™ ported enclosure



                      Stage3 9637F

                      6″ x9″(152mmx230mm) 3-Way car speaker for factory upgrade without grille

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                        BassPro Go Home Power Adapter

                        19V/3.42A In-Home AC Charging Power Supply with AC Cable



                          Stage3 627

                          6-1/2″ (160mm) 2-Way coaxial car speaker




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                          1. Which car speakers will fit my car?
                          It is natural to want the best speakers for your car so you can listen to music and podcasts while you drive but adding speakers to cars can be more complicated than adding them to your home. The size of your car and the size of the speakers you want must match. If you buy the wrong-sized speaker, you could be forced to adapt the existing slot to make the new speaker fit, which takes more time and money.

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                          2. Why should I get a new car stereo?
                          If you love to listen to music while driving, a new stereo receiver and speakers will let enjoy driving more. You can add phone connectivity to take calls in your car or stream audio content through your car speakers. Adding new technology and features also improves your car’s resale value since modern upgrades appeal to a new owner.

                          3. What does the sensitivity rating tell you about the speaker?
                          The sensitivity rating of a speaker indicates the loudness in either a room environment or a non-echoing chamber. Some brands will specify what environment their sensitivity rating reflects, but others assume a non-echoing room and post that measurement on the box instead. Most everyday customers do not notice the sensitivity rating, and you likely only need to pay attention to the specific rating if you care about the small details of your car audio.

                          4. What does the speaker’s frequency response rating tell me?
                          A speaker’s frequency response rating is measured in Hertz (Hz), and the rating tells you how accurately the speaker converts the frequencies of an input signal. You will commonly see ratings of 60 Hz to 18 kHz, but most standard speakers have frequency ranges that are perfectly fine for everyday people. If you are very particular about your speakers, you can get in the frequency range weeds to find the most accurate converting speakers.

                          5. How much power Is enough for my new speakers?
                          If you want to blast loud music and your speakers are reasonably efficient, you will want 200 watts to run your new system. However, you need far less power, 50 Watts, if you plan to listen to light music and do not expect your windows with sound. High-efficiency speakers, horns, and other lightweight audio equipment require very little power, but the more power you want behind your music, the more Wattage you will need to supply.

                          6. Do speakers with higher sensitivity rating sound better?
                          Sensitivity rating indicates how loud your speakers will be, and the average speaker has a rating of 87 dB to 88 dB. While the standard range is acceptable for most people, if you want the best of the best, look for speakers with a rating above 90 dB, but be prepared for the price tag.

                          7. Can I install my new car speakers myself?
                          Installing new speakers in your car is a relatively simple process, but that does not mean you should rush it. Most speaker installations only take an hour to finish, but each case can present different issues. You can install speakers yourself, but if you are unfamiliar with cars and do not have the technical tools, it may be best to leave it to a professional to ensure the job does not create new problems in the car.


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                          JBL Legend CP100 Digital multimedia receiver at Crutchfield

                          Apple CarPlay & Android Auto
                          Built-in Bluetooth
                          Touchscreen & Remote Control
                          Audio & Tuner Section
                          USB & Camera Inputs

                          Apple CarPlay & Android Auto

                          IMX6 Processor: The JBL by Harman Legend CP100 features an on-board
                          IMX6 processor for lightning fast response from Apple CarPlay & Android Auto.

                          Apple CarPlay: Apple CarPlay is a smarter, safer way to use
                          your USB-connected iPhone 5 or newer (running latest iOS version) with
                          Lightning-connector in the car, while you stay focused on the road. Apple
                          CarPlay takes the things you want to do with your iPhone while driving and
                          integrates them into the Legend CP100. Apple CarPlay offers an incredibly
                          intuitive way to make calls, view maps, listen to music, and access messages
                          from your compatible iPhone through the Legend CP100 in-dash receiver. With
                          Apple CarPlay, you can control these functions from the Legend CP100 receiver’s
                          6.75″ touchscreen or activate Siri for minimized distraction.

                          • Maps: Through Apple CarPlay, the power and simplicity
                            of Apple Maps comes to your dashboard; complete with turn-by-turn direction,
                            traffic conditions, and estimated travel time. You can enter a new
                            destination or choose a favorite or recent destination using the head unit’s
                            touchscreen or by simply asking Siri. CarPlay can also predict where you
                            most likely want to go using addresses from your email, text messages,
                            contacts, and calendars.
                          • Phone: With Apple CarPlay, you can use the Legend CP100’s
                            interactive touchscreen or ask Siri to make calls, return calls, and check
                            voicemail. To dial a phone number, simply press the front-panel
                            “Push-to-Talk” button and Siri will
                            ask you who you want to call. Using the touchscreen you can manually enter a
                            phone number from the on-screen keypad, scroll through contacts, or select
                            from recent and miss calls. In addition, you get access to your voicemails
                            via touchscreen and Siri. When a call comes in, simply tap the “Phone” icon
                            on the touchscreen to answer. You’ll carry on your side of the conversation
                            through the included external microphone, while the other party is heard
                            through your vehicle’s speakers.
                          • Text Messages: Apple CarPlay also lets you enjoy a
                            better and safer way of text messaging with friends and family when you’re
                            on the road, through the receiver and Siri. Through your voice
                            commands, Siri can send, read, and reply to your text messages so that you
                            never have to glance at your phone while behind the wheel. When a new
                            message comes in a banner will come across the screen and Siri will read
                            back the message for you. Text messages cannot be read or typed from the
                            head unit’s touchscreen to prevent driver distraction.
                          • Music Library: CarPlay lets you access your music in
                            your iPhone’s music library, plus iTunes radio from the Legend CP100. You
                            can browse your music by Playlist, Artist, Song, etc.. just like you would
                            on your iPhone from the Legend CP100’s touchscreen. You can also use Siri to find
                            and play back your music. The Legend CP100’s touchscreen will display song/artist
                            information, as well as album art faded into the background. Tap the Now Playing
                            icon on the receiver’s touchscreen and see song, artist,
                            album information with Album Art displaying in the background. From the Now
                            Playing screen you also get basic playback function, like Play/Pause,
                            Previous Next/Track, Fast Forward/Rewind, and Repeat/Shuffle.
                          • Audio Apps & Podcasts: CarPlay also supports additional
                            audio apps that you’ve downloaded to your iPhone for enjoying podcasts,
                            music, and radio – including


                            iHeart Radio,

                            TuneIn Radio,

                            Slacker Radio,



                            MLB. com At Bat,

                            CBS Radio News,

                            NPR One,



                            Audible. Control them from the head unit’s touchscreen or Siri just like
                            you would from your iPhone. Your iPhone’s touchscreen remains unlocked
                            during CarPlay connection, so you are able to access additional music apps
                            and listen to them through the receiver; however these apps offer no
                            control or display information from the head unit’s touchscreen.
                          • Other Functions: Within the CarPlay’s touchscreen menu
                            is a circular icon which acts like the back button on your iPhone. In
                            addition there is an “Main Menu” icon which exits CarPlay and takes you
                            back to the receiver’s Home Menu.


                          • Apple CarPlay is compatible with iPhone 5 or newer running the
                            latest iOS version.
                          • Bluetooth hands-free phone and wireless music streaming cannot be
                            used while Apple CarPlay is being used with a connected iPhone.

                          Android Auto: The Legend CP100 also supports the

                          Android Auto app for Android smartphones running OS Lollipop (5.0 or newer).
                          Your compatible Android smartphone must be connected to the receiver’s
                          rear-panel USB port and be paired via Bluetooth (your vehicle’s parking brake needs to be
                          engaged to initially setup Android Auto). Android Auto extends the Android
                          platform into your car in a way that’s purpose-built for driving and
                          automatically brings you useful information and organizes it into simple
                          on-screen “card-style” pop-ups that appear just when they’re needed. It’s
                          designed to minimize distraction so you can stay focused on the road ahead.
                          Features of Android Auto include –

                          • Google Speech Technology: The receiver enhances
                            your Android Auto experience even more by incorporating Google’s Speech
                            Technology using the head unit’s external microphone and your car speakers
                            for voice command and text-to-speech, which makes using Android Auto and all
                            of its integrated applications fast, easy, and safe. You will need to press
                            the “Push-to-Talk” button on the front-panel to activate Google Speech.
                          • Maps: Use Google Maps to get where you’re going with
                            on-screen maps, voice-guided navigation, live traffic information, lane
                            guidance, and more. Select your destination by using the head unit’s
                            touchscreen or just say where you want to go through the unit’s external mic
                            and Google Speech Technology.
                          • Phone & SMS: With Android Auto you get access to your
                            contacts and messages through the receiver while keeping your eyes on
                            the road. Use the unit’s external mic and Google Speech Technology to make a
                            phone call, or have your text-messages read aloud to you while you
                            concentrate on the road ahead; you can even reply to texts via voice
                          • Music: Access your Android smartphone’s music library
                            through the receiver via

                            Google Play Music. You’ll be able to browse music like you do on your
                            smartphone with song/artist information display and album art faded into the
                            background. Use the
                            receiver’s touchscreen to select songs or just say what song you want to
                            listen to through the head unit’s external mic and Google Speech Technology.
                            You also get access to online music and radio stations from

                            Amazon Music,



                            iHeart Radio,

                            Slacker Radio, &

                            Tune-In. Music apps include song and station browsing, plus song/artist
                            information and album art or station logo.


                            • Android smartphones with a USB Type-C connector (including the
                              Pixel) may not function without appropriate USB Type-A to USB Type-C
                            • Bluetooth hands-free phone and wireless music streaming cannot be
                              used while Android Auto is being used with a connected Android

                          1A Charging: The receiver’s USB connection provides 1.0A of
                          current to power and charge your connected Apple iPhone or Android smartphone
                          when your vehicle’s ignition switch is set to the ‘ACC’ or ‘On’ position (if
                          your mobile device has no initial battery charge, then the unit will not
                          recognize it).

                          Optional USB Extension Cable: The CP100’s USB port is attached to the
                          rear chassis via a 5″ pig-tail, so you’ll most likely need a USB extension cable
                          (sold separately), or an additional Lightning-to-USB cable or microUSB-to-USB
                          cable (both sold separately) that you can keep connected to the rear-panel USB
                          in your vehicle.

                          Note: Make sure you are using an Apple or Android certified cable
                          (see Accessory list for compatible cables). Using a non-certified cable will
                          cause Apple CarPlay or Android Auto to malfunction and not work properly.

                          Built-in Bluetooth

                          Bluetooth 3.0: The Legend CP100 features built-in Bluetooth 3.0 with support
                          for hands-free communication and wireless audio streaming. The head unit’s
                          built-in Bluetooth allows you to make and receive phone calls wirelessly through
                          the receiver; as well as stream music wirelessly from your smartphone to the
                          head unit. In order to use Bluetooth wireless technology, your phone must also
                          be Bluetooth compatible and be able to interpret certain profiles. This unit is
                          compatible with the following Bluetooth Profiles –

                          • Hands-Free Communication: HFP (Hands Free Profile),
                            PBAB (Phone Book Access Profile).
                          • Audio Streaming: A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution
                            Profile), AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile).


                          • The JBL by Harman Legend CP100 does not offer auto reconnection for
                            already paired devices. You will need to manually connect your phone
                            each time you get in your vehicle.
                          • Bluetooth is not available when you are using Apple CarPlay or
                            Android Auto.

                          Multi-Device SSP Pairing: With Secure Simple Pairing (SSP), you can
                          easily pair a Bluetooth enabled phone to the Legend CP100 without having to
                          enter pin codes or go through complicated settings (your phone must also support
                          SSP). You can register multiple Bluetooth source devices with the CP100
                          receiver, but only one can be connected and used at a time for hands-free
                          communication and wireless audio streaming.

                          Hands-Free Communication (w/ External Mic): The Legend CP100 supports
                          Bluetooth hands-free communication from your Bluetooth enabled smartphone. You
                          can answer an incoming call from the head unit’s touchscreen and carry on a
                          phone conversation hands-free. The included external microphone carries on your
                          side of the conversation while your car’s speakers are used to hear the other
                          person. From the receiver’s touchscreen you can make a call by entering the
                          phone number using the on-screen keypad, selecting a contact from your phonebook
                          list, or using the call history log of received/dialed/missed calls.

                          Wireless Audio Streaming: The Legend CP100 allows you to
                          play back stored music and music apps from your Bluetooth enabled smartphone,
                          tablet, or audio player. You can control basic music playback functions
                          (Play/Pause, Previous/Next Track) from the in-dash receiver. Advanced music
                          navigation will still need to be done through your Bluetooth mobile device. This
                          unit also displays song/artist/album information (no album art) from connected
                          Bluetooth source devices. When an incoming call or outgoing call is in progress
                          from your Bluetooth enabled mobile phone, audio streaming will be muted so you
                          can take your call. Once the call is finished, your streaming music will resume.

                          Touchscreen & Remote Control

                          Touchscreen Display: The JBL by Harman Legend CP100 features a fixed
                          6. 75″ touchscreen LCD monitor. The screen has a resolution of 800 x RGB (3) x
                          480 with 1,152,000 total pixels. This unit has touchscreen controls with
                          interactive graphics, making menu navigation easy.

                          • Day or Night Mode: You can brighten or dim the display by selecting
                            either “Day” or “Night” mode.
                          • Date & Time: You can view date (year/month/day) and time
                            (hour/minutes) from the touchscreen display.
                          • System Language: You can choose between English, French, Spanish,
                            Portuguese, or German text
                            the on-screen menu.

                          Front-Panel Buttons: In addition to the touchscreen display, the
                          Legend CP100 features three push-buttons on the front-panel to control Power,
                          Volume, and Push-to-Talk (for Apple CarPlay & Android Auto).

                          Steering Wheel Interface Ready: The Legend CP100 features a SWC
                          (steering wheel control) input which lets you keep your vehicle’s factory radio
                          steering wheel remote controls when used with an optional steering wheel control
                          adapter from Metra (120ASWC1,
                          sold separately).

                          Audio & Tuner Section

                          CTA2006 Compliant Amplifier: The JBL by Harman Legend CP100 is
                          equipped with a 14 watts RMS x 4 channels (at 4 ohms, 20Hz-20kHz, 1% THD-N)
                          amplifier. The power specifications for the Legend CP100 are compliant with the
                          CTA2006 Mobile Amplifier Power Testing and Measurement standards from the
                          Consumer Technology Association (CTA). These standards were developed as a way
                          to equitably compare power specs from model to model and between manufacturers.

                          2V/4CH Preamp Outputs: The Legend CP100 is outfitted with 2-volt front
                          & rear preamp outputs for adding an external amplifier. This unit is not
                          equipped with a subwoofer output. The front & rear preamp outputs are also not
                          switchable to a sub out.

                          Tone Control: The in-dash receiver offers Bass & Treble
                          control along with Balance & Fader adjustment.

                          AM/FM Tuner: The Legend CP100 features a built-in AM/FM tuner with
                          Manual, Seek, Direct, and Preset tuning. You can store up to 10 FM and 10 AM
                          presets (for a total of 20 radio preset stations).

                          Beep Confirmation: An audible beep tone confirms each
                          function selection. The beep tone can be disabled/enabled in the Setup Menu.

                          USB & Camera Inputs

                          USB MSC Playback: In addition to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, the
                          rear-panel USB port can be used to connect a USB mass storage class device (like
                          a USB thumbdrive) for music playback. The unit supports MP3 music files loaded
                          onto a USB MSC device formatted in FAT16, FAT32, or NTFS. The Legend CP100
                          provides playback & search controls, as well as displays song/artist/album info
                          (no album art). You can
                          browse your music by Artist, Album, Genre, Playlist, or Folder. Repeat and
                          Shuffle playback is also supported.

                          Note: The USB input does not support WMA, AAC, FLAC, WAV or other music
                          files. The USB input does not support MTP or AOA USB devices.

                          Rearview Camera Input: The Camera Input consists of a
                          Composite video RCA jack for connecting an optional rearview camera (sold
                          separately – see Accessories tab) in order to display the area behind your
                          vehicle on the head unit’s touchscreen. When an optional backup camera is
                          connected to this unit, the rearview image is displayed on the screen when your
                          vehicle is placed in reverse gear (purple/white wire must be connected to reverse
                          light wire of vehicle). Automatic video switching takes approximately 0.5


                          • The rearview camera feature is meant as a back-up aid
                            only; never solely rely on the rearview camera when backing-up. In addition to
                            using the rearview camera, always look behind you to make sure everything is
                            clear when backing up your vehicle.
                          • This unit does not offer parking guidelines.

                          Car acoustics JBL: the best devices, features

                          Overview and main characteristics of car acoustics JBL: features, technical details, pros and cons, photos. Video about JBL speakers. Overview and main characteristics of JBL car speakers: features, technical details, pros and cons, photos. Video about JBL speakers.

                          Contents of the article:

                          • Coaxial car speaker
                          • Component car audio
                          • Car subwoofers
                          • Video about JBL speakers

                          If the roar of the engine served as music for VIA Vesyolye Rebyata, then, probably, most drivers want something else to play in the interiors of their cars. Of course, the acoustic system is not such a significant element for a car as a radiator or a steering wheel, but it can significantly add comfort on a long trip.

                          When choosing car speakers, you should pay attention to models from the American company JBL, as they are reliable and with high-quality sound.

                          Coaxial car speakers

                          JBL CS752

                          This speaker system belongs to the coaxial type, which means not connecting via a coaxial cable, but combining several sound sources (in this case two) in one speaker, generating different frequency ranges.

                          In addition to the high quality characteristic of JBL, car speakers have a polypropylene cone with a metal tweeter, due to which the speakers last longer, regardless of the mode of their use. The system is perfect for installation in the designated compartments on the front doors of the car.

                          The speakers have a relatively small size – only 13 cm, as well as a fairly decent rigidity, but they sound great in conjunction with a standard radio without an amplifier.

                          The JBL CS752 car speaker is characterized by a high level of sensitivity and the ability to produce confident bass. The speakers wobble pretty quickly on loud music, and they handle up to 105W of power.

                          In their reviews, users of this speaker system recommend adjusting the frequency levels for comfortable sound, and also note the concise package: speakers and instructions. Thus, according to motorists, the manufacturer, having saved on small things, produced a very good product at a good price.

                          Main specifications:

                          • Rated power: 35W;
                          • frequency response: 70 – 20,000 Hz;
                          • impedance: 4 ohms.

                          JBL CLUB 6520

                          The JBL Club 6520 speaker system has a rather rich and high-quality sound. Some users in the reviews complain about the lack of bass expression, especially when playing tracks in the trance and electronic genres, but in fact this sound is typical for the Club line.

                          Rated power of 50 W enables two-way speakers to receive a signal from the radio without the mediation of an amplifier.

                          When connecting this car speaker, you should keep in mind that its resistance is 3 ohms, and this not only gives a slightly louder sound without distortion, but also allows you to connect the speakers to the radio with standard wiring. However, playback at maximum volume can be accompanied by quite serious interference.

                          The affordable Club 6520 is capable of handling 150W of peak power and is a great alternative to the speakers that came with your car. Perhaps this will not be enough for lovers of high-quality car audio. However, given the price of the device, this is not the worst option.

                          Main features:

                          • size: 16 cm;
                          • sensitivity: 92 dB;
                          • frequency response: 55 – 20,000 Hz.

                          JBL GT7-6

                          Car acoustics made of high quality materials. It is curious that the decorative elements located on the front side of two-way coaxial devices do not allow the protective mesh to fall out. Due to the built-in tweeter, the manufacturer managed to achieve a detailed separation of audio frequencies in this model.

                          The speakers can therefore be placed either in the front doors or in the shelf behind the seats. By the way, when devices are placed behind the bass, which is perfectly reproduced even without an amplifier, appears especially powerful.

                          In turn, the diffuser made of polypropylene is very resistant to high loads. Budget-priced speakers and a 93dB sensitivity that matches the level of professional loudspeakers put the GT7-6 in competition with more premium rivals. According to users, these speakers “beat” in such a way that they can loosen clips and other parts in the door trim, and in addition, mirrors.

                          Main features:

                          • size: 16 cm;
                          • rated power: 45 W;
                          • frequency response: 55 – 20,000 Hz.

                          JBL CS763

                          $36 pop car speaker. It’s a coaxial type, three-way, and produces a fairly high-quality sound. Low frequencies are present, but, perhaps, this will not be enough for lovers of trembling glasses. The acoustics handle decently without an amplifier, and for the speakers to develop well, you need to give them a little time.

                          In their reviews, users, again, call for a modest package: no protective nets, no wires, no mounts. Two columns, a brochure and that’s it!

                          Main features:

                          • size: 16 cm;
                          • rated power: 45 W;
                          • frequency response: 55 – 21,000 Hz.

                          JBL GT7-96

                          If your car needs space for a subwoofer, then the stylish GT7-9 3-way speaker system6 will come in handy. The Plus One polypropylene diffusers installed in it, long patented by the manufacturer, differ from competitors in a large membrane area. This feature increases the sensitivity of car audio, as well as improves the expressiveness and sound quality.

                          In the reviews, users of the system note a truly surround sound, without wheezing and noise. However, not everyone likes how the speakers reproduce hard rock and heavy metal; there are no complaints about other musical directions. And how the GT7-9 autoacoustics will sound6 is largely determined by its installation and equipment settings.

                          Main features:

                          • size: oval, 15×23 cm;
                          • rated power: 70 W;
                          • frequency response: 40 – 21,000 Hz.

                          Component autoacoustics

                          JBL GT7-6C

                          This speaker system already belongs to the component, that is, those in which the speakers responsible for different frequency ranges are located in separate blocks.

                          The GT7-6C has a stylish design and excellent sound. The body of the tweeter is made in the form of a drop-shaped swivel design, which allows you to conveniently place this device on the plastic lining of the car at the desired angle.

                          A rather high sensitivity of 92 dB and a rated power of 50 W allow two-component car speakers to sound great even when connected to a standard radio without using an amplifier.

                          Speaker owners note that the tweeters sound too powerful, but this is easily corrected by adjusting the crossover (meaning the frequency filter, not the whole car) and radio settings. The rest of the speakers give a very rich and clear sound.

                          Distortion can occur only at maximum volume, but listening to music in such conditions, probably, few people want to. In general, the speakers are excellent and, despite the affordable price, they give far from budget sound.

                          Main features:

                          • size: 16 cm;
                          • impedance: 4 ohms;
                          • frequency response: 50 – 20,000 Hz.

                          JBL CS760C

                          CS760C component speaker fills the car interior with comfortable sound. It works great with the head unit, reproducing the entire range of available frequencies without an amplifier. Trivial cone made of polypropylene produces deep bass, softly harmonizing with the mid-frequency part. And the tweeters, with the participation of crossovers, perform their functions perfectly.

                          Users note that the search for high frequencies in this model can be smoothed out using the radio settings.

                          Adequate level of sensitivity of the two-way system allows the speakers to work at high volumes without distorting the sound. Excellent characteristics, combined with quite affordable cost and high build quality, made this model one of the most popular in the car audio market.

                          Typically CS760C components are placed on the front doors. The woofer diameter of 165 mm and depth of 143 mm make it possible to install it in most cars. At the same time, no additional alterations are required, and you can connect the acoustics yourself.

                          Main specifications:

                          • Rated power: 50W;
                          • impedance: 4 ohms;
                          • frequency response: 55 – 20,000 Hz.

                          Automotive subwoofers

                          JBL Basspro SL

                          This subwoofer is compact enough to fit directly under the driver’s seat. The device is characterized by modest power indicators, but at the same time it produces high-quality low-frequency sound.

                          Do not expect high decibels from the unit – its purpose is to add crisp bass to your existing stock or alternative speaker system.

                          Easy to install, the active subwoofer has some very complex settings. Here you need to tinker to achieve the desired sound. However, feedback from users of a compact woofer suggests that the game is worth the candle.

                          Speaking of costs. Such a “sub” is not cheap, but in practice it justifies the investment. The class “D” amplifier does not consume a lot of energy, does not heavily load the car’s electrical network, is connected without a capacitor, and, as noted in the reviews, it does not heat up at all and has a long service life.

                          Key features:

                          • size: 20 cm;
                          • rated power: 125 W;
                          • frequency response: 35 – 120 Hz.

                          JBL Stage 1210

                          The Stage 1210 passive car subwoofer is designed in such a way that even powerful low-frequency bass plays well. The device is offered in three sizes: 200, 250 and 300 mm, respectively, you can choose the best solution for a particular car.

                          The maximum power of the unit is 1000 W. Regardless of the modification, it is equipped with a rigid diffuser made of polypropylene and equipped with a rubber suspension. This solution makes the subwoofer highly efficient, reliable and perfectly compatible with premium JBL amplifiers. User reviews say that the sound of the unit is simply amazing.

                          Main specifications:

                          • Rated power: 250W;
                          • impedance: 4 ohms;
                          • frequency response: 34 – 200 Hz.

                          JBL GT-12BP

                          A model with outstanding acoustic properties thanks to the Band-pass technology used in the cabinet construction. It is this element of the subwoofer, cleverly designed by JBL engineers, that allows you to almost fully use the potential of the woofer.

                          And despite the not very high price, the GT-12BP sounds pretty decent even against the background of more expensive analogues. A significant advantage, discovered by more than one expert in the field of acoustic installations, is the rather low level of non-linear distortion over the entire operating range of the device.

                          Judging by the feedback from users, the original design of the passive subwoofer cabinet, the presence of illumination and the affordable price make the JBL GT-12BP one of the best models among 12-inch woofers.

                          However, there are some shortcomings, but most of the owners of this model perceive them as quite acceptable.

                          So, the angle of inclination of the rear wall of the subwoofer does not allow the device to fit snugly against the back of the rear sofa of the car, which is more than compensated by the improvement in the sound of the “box”.