EVL-18 | 18" 2,500 Watt Max Power Car Subwoofer

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EVL-18 | 18" 2,500 Watt Max Power Car Subwoofer


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Description

Description

The Skar Audio EVL series of subwoofers redefines the definition of low-end sound reproduction. The engineering behind developing a driver that is able to accurately handle the frequency range of these notes with authority is what makes this woofer so unique. From the bottom to the top, this subwoofer utilizes an array of design features and materials that distinctively put it in a class of it's own. 

 

The EVL-18 is driven by a high flux double stack ferrite motor, which, when combined with the 3-inch, high temperature, 4-layer, black aluminum ccaw voice coil - allow for extreme power handling for extended periods of time. Keeping the subwoofer operating cool under such extreme conditions is the result of the advanced air flow cooling design incorporated into the motor structure. However, the operating efficiency's of this subwoofer do not stop there. The suspension design of this subwoofer features the EVL's signature red, single damper, two layer spider - which connects to the coil former with premium stitched lead wires. All of these components are what drive the competition grade paper cone of the woofer; which in conjunction with the high-roll foam surround it is stitched to, allow it to produce riveting low end bass response.

Specifications

  • Skar Audio EVL-18 D2 18" Competition Car Subwoofer
  • Dual 2 Ohm Coil Configuration
  • RMS Power: 1,250 Watts
  • Peak Power: 2,500 Watts
  • Voice Coil Size: 3"
  • 4 Layer Black Aluminum CCAW Voice Coil
  • Motor Weight: 166 oz
  • Frequency Response: 37-300 Hz
  • High Roll Foam Surround
  • Sensitivity: 88dB
  • Fs: 37Hz
  • Re: 1.8 Ohms
  • Qms: 5.65
  • Qes: 1
  • Qts: 0.85
  • Mms: 424g
  • Cms: 0.042mm/N
  • Bl: 20 n/a
  • Vas: 81 L
  • Sd: 1164.1cm^2
  • Xmax: 24mm (one-way)

Enclosure Specifications

  • Sealed Volume : 3.0 ft^3
  • Ported Volume : 4.5 ft^3
  • Port Area : 55.5 sq.in.
  • Port Length : 29.5"
  • Tuning Frequency : 31 Hz
  • Displacement : 0.12 ft^3
  • Mounting Depth : 10"
  • Cut-Out Diameter : 17-1/16"
  • Magnet Diameter : 7.35"

Description

The Skar Audio EVL series of subwoofers redefines the definition of low-end sound reproduction. The engineering behind developing a driver that is able to accurately handle the frequency range of these notes with authority is what makes this woofer so unique. From the bottom to the top, this subwoofer utilizes an array of design features and materials that distinctively put it in a class of it's own. 

 

The EVL-18 is driven by a high flux double stack ferrite motor, which, when combined with the 3-inch, high temperature, 4-layer, black aluminum ccaw voice coil - allow for extreme power handling for extended periods of time. Keeping the subwoofer operating cool under such extreme conditions is the result of the advanced air flow cooling design incorporated into the motor structure. However, the operating efficiency's of this subwoofer do not stop there. The suspension design of this subwoofer features the EVL's signature red, single damper, two layer spider - which connects to the coil former with premium stitched lead wires. All of these components are what drive the competition grade paper cone of the woofer; which in conjunction with the high-roll foam surround it is stitched to, allow it to produce riveting low end bass response.

Specifications

  • Skar Audio EVL-18 D4 18" Competition Car Subwoofer
  • Dual 4 Ohm Coil Configuration
  • RMS Power: 1,250 Watts
  • Peak Power: 2,500 Watts
  • Voice Coil Size: 3"
  • 4 Layer Black Aluminum CCAW Voice Coil
  • Motor Weight: 166 oz
  • Frequency Response: 38-300 Hz
  • High Roll Foam Surround
  • Sensitivity: 87 dB
  • Fs: 38 Hz
  • Re: 3.8 Ohms
  • Qms: 5.41
  • Qes: 1.27
  • Qts: 1.03
  • Mms: 429 g
  • Cms: 0.04 mm/N
  • Bl: 12.68 n/a
  • Vas: 78 L
  • Sd: 1164.1 cm^2
  • Xmax: 24mm (one-way)

Enclosure Specifications

  • Sealed Volume : 3.0 ft^3
  • Ported Volume : 4.5 ft^3
  • Port Area : 55.5 sq.in.
  • Port Length : 29.5"
  • Tuning Frequency : 31 Hz
  • Displacement : 0.12 ft^3
  • Mounting Depth : 10"
  • Cut-Out Diameter : 17-1/16"
  • Magnet Diameter : 7.35"

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K
K.t.
6 evl 18s

I have 6 evl 18s in a 4th order box on two sundown ns1s an I love them playing down to 19hz to 55hz is amazing did a 158.7 db with amps settings all the way down with videos to prove it skard ur for life

G
G.I.G.
Shit is crazy

Good subwoofer im ordering another

B
B.H.
Badass subs

I'm running 3 EVL 18's in a 6th order and I'm hitting lows like I never have before. I did a 151.4 at 25hrtz love these subs

R
R.F.
Amazing subwoofer!!

I purchased this sub for my home studio after speaking with Devin at length one day. They were sold out here when I got ready to order, but thankfully JP @ Down4Sound had the dual 2 ohm version. Today is the 3rd day I've had it going after building the (3.0 cu ft sealed) enclosure and it just keeps getting better every day. I'm sure it has a fairly significant break-in period. The sub is simply amazing. I'm driving it with a 4 ohm load to my Behringer iNUKE3000 DSP. Bridged @ 4 ohms this amp is supposed to be 3000W max and 2100W RMS. I'm sure it's not doing that, but it's probably safe to assume its putting out a solid 1500W RMS. The sub is taking it with great ease. Probably also safe to assume this sub is significantly under-rated at 1250W/2500W. Could not be happier with my purchase. Thanks Skar!!! :)

My studio is 15 ft X 15 ft with 11 ft ceilings. I can't imagine one (or more?!) of these in a car. Would not recommend for a nice car if you don't want every screw to come loose and it fall apart as you're driving down the road. ;)

J
J.S.
Home Stereo for music

So, most of you are using this guy for slowly knocking your car or truck apart. I needed a big sub that could get low in my home listening room. I was going to go for the Dayton Ultimax 18", but they never have them in stock. I wondered about using a car branded sub instead, and did a little research. I'm not pushing the type of wattage this sub can handle, but 800 watts from a pro amp is feeding it enough for me. Hearing the old plaster in our walls rattle around is satisfying! I wanted the low end grunt that towers just can't push for some types of music. The EVL-18 D2 delivers. Has nearly the same specs as the Ultimax, and is nearly $100 cheaper! I'd like to say I'll get another...but after building a 13' box I doubt my GF would ever forgive me for the structural murder I'd commit to our recently purchased home!