Really good sq tuned at 33hz 1.9 cu ft. Solid lows while still hitting quick rock type bass in Lexus ls430
Excellent sub! Amazing quality for the price!! I originally ordered the EVL series but needed something more. The VXF does not disappoint!! It's definitely power hungry though. Skar Audio has certainly made me a loyal customer
I like SQ alot, but I need SPL too. I've had MTX, Earthquake, Pioneer,Alpine, MTX,MTX,MTX! American Bass, MOMOS, ... SKAR I think these lean to the SPL side of the spectrum, though they sound good on a wide band. I consider These subs accurately rated at 1.5K RMS. I'm running 2 in a custom T-line enclosure tuned @ 31herts, witch I designed for them, using a Taramps 8K; gain properly set, without distortion. The amp actually is enough for 4 of the D2 models as it can easily surpass 8K watts in dynamic burst and certified when powered with adequate 3 battery bank and H.O.alternator. @14.4V.
These subs are pretty loud. They are tuned low: 32H. I know they're taking well over their rated power at times when I hit the knobs. I'm not a hoodrat bent on blowing my expensive subs, so I typically brake them in for a couple months, going kinda easy, before going ham. In my opinion my set are not fully broken in yet, but I've run 40hertz tests setting gains and pushed them momentarily to guage how they will do in a competitive setting when ready; they get down as I hoped.
Thanks Parker D. I'm 50, I've been in the game a minute, I know quality off the top and theirs no disappointment in this investment for me. I would readily use these to compete if need be. If your an SPL bass head you'll probably like the NVX line. Decent price for the quality. Not what I'd call a generic sub, I rate these competition level all day right up there with SunDown. I change my subs like a fickle B!+¢π so I'm honored to have a pair of these for hood mode. ( Try MTX if you have to have SQ, I've never had better than MTX for SQ)