Pioneer Stage 4 TS-W252PRS
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Ease of Use
I bought the last Scratch-and-Dent subwoofer available. I'm currently running it in a 0.99 cubic foot box that I built myself. After the displacement of the sub, it comes out to 0.897 cubes. I'm running it off a Sundown SAE-600D at 4 ohms in my 1986 Toyota 4runner. The sound quality is great, best I have ever heard personally. Not crazy loud; if you want a lot of output, get more than one or look to a brand like Sundown Audio. Pioneer designed the W252PRS to play flat up to 2,000hz. This gives it a smooth response without any peaks. Group delay is low (in a sealed box).
Pros: Amazing sound quality Nice to look at Works well in a small sealed box Hits the lows with authority Hits all the way up to about 2,000hz Smooth frequency response (no peaks)
Cons: Sub is almost 8" in depth (though it need a few more for ventilation) If you want extreme SPL, keep looking