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Kicker 44DCWC102

Ported enclosure with dual 10" CompC subwoofers

Item # 206DCWC102

If you're thinking of big bass, odds are you're thinking about Kicker.

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About the Kicker 44DCWC102

A perfect pair

If you're thinking of big bass, odds are you're thinking about Kicker. Their 44DCWC102 loaded enclosure features a pair of 10" CompC subs that will really add some low-end muscle in your music. The rugged ported box was designed as a perfect match for the subs, so you can count on getting maximum performance, no matter what kind of music you prefer.

A perfect pair

If you're thinking of big bass, odds are you're thinking about Kicker. Their 44DCWC102 loaded enclosure features a pair of 10" CompC subs that will really add some low-end muscle in your music. The rugged ported box was designed as a perfect match for the subs, so you can count on getting maximum performance, no matter what kind of music you prefer.

Two hard-hitting CompC subs

Each 10" CompC sub features a flex-resistant polypropylene cone for hard-hitting lows without distortion, with a ribbed foam surround that promotes long excursion and helps to keep the cones on target. A heavy-duty steel basket provides a reliable foundation for big bass, and extensive venting ensures long-lasting performance that won't break down when the bass gets heavy.

Heavy-duty enclosure

Sturdy medium-density fiberboard ensures long-lasting performance from the enclosure, and the special-design side port enhances bass production without getting sloppy. The enclosure's 2-ohm impedance draws maximum power from your mono amplifier.

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Product highlights:

  • ported enclosure with two 10" CompC subwoofers
  • medium-density fiberboard construction covered with carpet
  • 2-ohm total impedance
  • power handling: 600 watts RMS (1200 watts peak power)
  • frequency response: 30-500 Hz
  • sensitivity: 98.4 dB
  • 28"W x 14"H x 16-3/8"D1 x 13-7/16"D2
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # 44DCWC102
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What's in the box:

  • Vented enclosure loaded with two 10" CompC subwoofers
  • 4 Mounting brackets
  • Four 1" Pan head screws
  • Eight 5/8" Flat head screws
  • Owner's manual (English/ Spanish/ German/ French)

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Features & specs

General
Woofer Size (inches) 10
Speakers Per Box 2
Woofer Material Polypropylene
Enclosure Type Ported
Color Black
Pieces in System 1
Width (inches) 28-1/8
Height (inches) 14
Depth (inches) 16-3/8
Second Depth (inches) 13-1/2
Connector Type Spring post
Frequency Response 30-500 Hz
Power Range (Watts RMS) 600
Maximum Wattage 1200
Sensitivity 98.4 dB
Impedance 2 ohms
Parts Warranty 1 Year
Labor Warranty 1 Year

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Features

Wire Terminal: The two 4Ω subwoofers are internally wired in parallel to present a 2Ω load at the single pair of spring post wire terminals. The terminals are mounted on the back of the enclosure and will accept pin connectors, single banana plugs, or bare wire up to 10 gauge.

Port: The slot port is on the front of the enclosure, between the subwoofers.

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Customer Q&A

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Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
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Efficiency and price. [ RiverRoadWarrior  Nov 11, 2018 ]
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love kicker [ Edward  May 11, 2018 ]
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Great amount of watts,perfect size I'll give it a try [ Jose  Mar 28, 2018 ]
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Great price for 600w rms 2 ohm kicker box [ Manuel  Oct 29, 2017 ]

4 questions already asked

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I have a Kicker zx- 700.5 powering my whole system I have these Sub set up in 2-ohm which makes my amp give feed 420 Watt RMS to them and they sound great. You don't have to feed them 600 Watt RMS but it's best to try and not use a under powered amp?
[ Joshua  Jan 07, 2018 ]
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Ideally you'd want to power the Kicker 44DCWC102 with an amplifier rated somewhere between 400-800 watts RMS x 1 (at 2-ohm) to get the best output. For more details or to discuss further, please contact an Advisor directly by phone (888.955.6000) or online chat. Thanks!
[ Larry  Jan 16, 2018 ]  Staff
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JBL GTX500 Mono subwoofer amplifier - 500 watts RMS x 1 at 2 ohms Would this be a good amp to pair with this set?
[ Tyler  Dec 01, 2017 ]
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The JBL will not realize the full potential of this enclosure (up to 600 watts RMS) but will power it very well, sure. I hope that helps. My bio: https://www.crutchfield.com/bio/Ryan
[ Ryan  Dec 05, 2017 ]  Staff
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What amp could you use for this sub?
[ Bcannan  Oct 23, 2017 ]
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Thanks for your question. For information on selecting the best amp for your sub I would recommend reaching out to an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They will be able to help determine the differences between the amp models and help you make the best choice for your system.
[ Krissy  Oct 30, 2017 ]  Staff
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I have the P500X1BD 500 RMS amp. If I bridged the amp to these subs to put approximately 1000 watts to the 1200 peak watts it advertises, will it be a good pairing?
[ Kookie  Oct 14, 2017 ]
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First off, you cannot bridge a mono amplifier. That particular amp that you mentioned is wired as parallel internally, so even if you see two pairs of outputs, it really is just one channel. Second, putting out 1000 watts to this particular sub is not a good thing. While 1200 watts peak is a specification, that means it'll handle 1200 watts in a really short burst, not continuously. The amp you have will put out 150 watts at 4 ohms, 300 at 2 ohms and 500 at 1 ohm. This sub is 2 ohms and will handle 600 watts RMS(continuously). If you pair your amp to this sub, you will give it only 300 watts. Crutchfield recommends being within 75% to 150% of the RMS rating so you will need an amp that can deliver that much wattage at 2 ohm, should you decide to buy this sub. If you rather keep your amp and get a different sub, find one that will closely match the output of your amp at the varying ohms resistance.
[ Mark David  Oct 15, 2017 ]

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