Is a 6.5 inch subwoofer good? (video)
Is there a 6.5 subwoofer?
LANZAR 6.5 inch Car Subwoofer Speaker - Black Non-Pressed Paper Cone, Aluminum Voice Coil, 4 Ohm Impedance, 600 Watt Power and Foam Edge Suspension for Vehicle Audio Stereo Sound System - MAXP64, 6.5" via
Are CT sounds subs any good?
CT sounds, is by far the absolute best and cleanest sounding subwoofers I have ever owned not only did they get loud but they were super clear and tight bass. via
Does size of subwoofer matter?
When it comes to subwoofers, the answer's yes; size matters greatly. If you have a couple of 8″ drivers in a box you're calling a subwoofer, you're going to be disappointed if you follow the setup steps we'll be discussing – because you won't get the results we're getting. via
Where is B2 Audio made?
Designed and built in Denmark, B2 Audio has made a strong name for themselves in the car audio market over the last few years with IdBL and Bass Boxing World Records. via
Is 5 inch subwoofer enough?
For modest levels in a small studio, and especially with music that is not too dynamic, a decent 5" woofer crossed over to a sub at around 80H should have no problems. via
Where is CT sounds manufactured?
Our main warehouse is in Houston, Texas and this is where all the products come first before being sent to Amazon fulfillment Centers across the US. via
Are bigger subwoofers better?
Low frequency extension and sound pressure level (SPL) are widely considered the two most important factors of a subwoofer's performance. The laws of physics dictate that a massive subwoofer driver has the potential to produce greater SPL and deeper bass than a smaller subwoofer driver. via
Can a subwoofer be too big?
With subs, there is no such thing as 'too much'. Low frequencies are the foundation of sound and can add a new dimension of size to the sound field when done right. I love bass but if it hurts your ears then you can have to much bass.. via
How big of a subwoofer do I need home?
How Much Room Does a Subwoofer Need? The bigger your subwoofer is, the more volume of space is required around it. The suggested volume space for a 12-inch subwoofer is 1.25 cubic feet. For a 10-inch woofer, the volume guidance is 0.625 cubic feet, and the suggestion for an 8-inch sub is 0.375 cubic feet. via