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Kicker Q-Class 41L7104

L7 Series 10" subwoofer with dual 4-ohm voice coils

Item # 206L7104

Kicker's updated L7™ Series subwoofers are designed for one purpose: to deliver truly huge, supremely...

Kicker's updated L7™ Series subwoofers are designed for one purpose: to deliver truly huge, supremely...

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About the Kicker Q-Class 41L7104

Truly huge bass

Kicker's updated L7™ Series subwoofers are designed for one purpose: to deliver truly huge, supremely accurate bass. The 41L7104 10" component subwoofer handles up to 750 watts RMS, so you can count on major-league performance. Its innovative square cone moves much more air than a conventional 10" round cone, and this sub's made to take anything you can dish out. The two 4-ohm voice coils help you draw maximum power from your amplifier.

Truly huge bass

Kicker's updated L7™ Series subwoofers are designed for one purpose: to deliver truly huge, supremely accurate bass. The 41L7104 10" component subwoofer handles up to 750 watts RMS, so you can count on major-league performance. Its innovative square cone moves much more air than a conventional 10" round cone, and this sub's made to take anything you can dish out. The two 4-ohm voice coils help you draw maximum power from your amplifier.

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Built-in toughness

The woofer's forged aluminum frame and Santoprene™ rubber surround handle high-level playback, while keeping the cone on track. The injection-molded SoloKon™ polypropylene cone features special back bracing for strength and responsiveness. And the UniPlate™ back plate and pole piece are made as a single, solid unit to allow heat to escape the motor. Translation? Kicker designed this sub to take some serious punishment.

Top of the line

Kicker Q-Class products incorporate cutting-edge technologies and superb construction to deliver an extraordinary musical experience in your vehicle. These products are only sold by select dealers chosen by Kicker.

To drive this single subwoofer, we recommend a mono amplifier rated between 550 and 1100 watts RMS at 2 ohms. For more information, please refer to our article on How to Match Subwoofers and Amplifiers.

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Product highlights:

  • 10" subwoofer with dual 4-ohm voice coils
  • square SoloKon™ polypropylene cone with Santoprene rubber surround
  • cast aluminum basket
  • power handling: 750 watts RMS (375 watts per voice coil)
  • peak power: 1500 watts
  • frequency response: 24-100 Hz
  • sensitivity: 85.9 dB
  • mounting depth: 6-7/8"
  • sealed box volume: 0.8-1.25 cubic feet
  • ported box volume: 1.25-2.25 cu. ft.
  • grille not included
  • warranty: 3 years
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # 41L7104

What's in the box:

  • One 10" Square dual 4-ohm voice coil woofer
  • Kicker logo
  • 4 Hardware covers
  • Owner's manual (English/ Spanish/ German/ French)
  • Template

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Features

Square Design: By making the cone square, Kicker is giving you the most possible cone area (Sd) for a given size baffle, 16% to 20% more area than a conventional round subwoofer. More cone area means the cone moves more air, resulting in louder, deeper bass.

Dual Voice Coils: For increased system flexibility, the woofer has two 4Ω voice coils. When the voice coils are wired in parallel, the woofer presents a 2Ω load; when wired in series, the woofer presents an 8Ω load.

Terminals: The spring post terminals will accept pin connectors, single banana plugs (but not dual), and bare wire up to 8 gauge.

Break-in Period: Due to the complex nature of Kicker L7 woofers, they require a break-in period in order to produce optimum bass response. The high-performance suspension system makes the speakers very stiff out-of-the-box. Approximately two weeks of daily playing will allow the suspension to break-in and reach its optimum equilibrium. A broken-in subwoofer will exhibit stronger bass performance, smoother response, and greater low-bass extension.

Sealed Enclosure: A sealed enclosure design gives the smoothest response with increased energy at the lowest frequencies (between 20 and 30 Hz).

  • Minimum Volume: 0.8 ft³
  • Maximum Volume: 1.25 ft³

Vented Enclosure: A vented enclosure design increases efficiency relative to sealed enclosures.

  • Minimum Volume: 1.25 ft³ with a 2½" x 11¼ x 19¾" slot port
  • Maximum Volume: 2.25 ft³ with a 3" x 11¼" x 18" slot port

Cutout: The woofer will not mount in a standard enclosure with a round cutout. Instead, the woofer must be mounted in an enclosure with a 9.258" x 9.258" square opening.

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Is a kicker cxa1800.1 amp a good match for a kicker 41L7104?
[ JediStarkiller  Aug 12, 2019 ]
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Thanks for the reply. Yeah Francisco I completely see where youre coming from. Brief background on the situation. I had that amp running 2 solo baric 10's at one point and it worked great, then it was used with 2 kicker comp r 12"s in the ported enclosure, again worked great. In Feb i bought a bmw m3 convertible and the comp r wouldnt fit in the trunk so i sold em, i sold my 2 solo barics and went with a new single 10" solo baric l7 with a ported enclosure which just barely fits in the trunk. (Heavy S.O.B. also throws my 50/50 weight distribution off but thats another topic, however i did have a great excuse for not gdtti g i to summer shape just trying to even the distribution out again). Now for a while the amp and single sub worked just fine. I had spaced it and thought i was running 750 rms for speaker and just turned gain down slightly. It dawned on me one day that i was most likely running too powerful of an amp but confused as to why it played ok. (Any ideas as to why it seemed to work for a while? The other day whe shopping i ran across a power acoustiks rzr1 2500 watt amp. The rms says its 650 with peak at 2500 (that peak sounds like a big stretch to me, but several sites have said its rms is accurate and often times closer to the 750 rms) for the $80 i decided it may be a good short term solution. Unfortunately it keeps blowing fuses as soon as the stereo turns on. Any idea of why that is? Is that amp just not powerful enough for the sub? Or is it more likely a defective amp. Im fairly positive the wiring is proper and no shorts or anything, ive got it wired to 2ohm and gain, volume settings down, bass boost off, etc. Any thoughts? Another audio guy suggested the new kicker kxa series mono amp and says itd match up perfect. But looking at the Alpine R-A75M it also looks like a good match. Again thanks for the reply, any help is very much appreciated for sure.
[ JediStarkiller  Aug 21, 2019 ]
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Thanks for your question. For information on selecting the best amp 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  Aug 20, 2019 ]  Staff
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I personally wouldn't invest in that particular amplifier if you are driving a single subwoofer. I have owned many subwoofers in the past and they operate most efficiently if they are powered within their specifications. The installation of this amplifier calls for a 150a fuse for it alone. How many amps does you alternator put out? 80, 120, 140? your electrical system would need to be upgraded just to support it. even then, you would have to turn the gains down to power it without burning the voice coil. At that point, your throwing watts away. I purchased the Alpine R-A75M. It is rated for 750 watts and is extremely powerful. cost is about the same but money will be saved on electrical upgrades. I am however doing the BIG 3 only becuase I am running an ADS PQ20 and a couple Hideaways. Even with those additional amplifiers, my vehicles electrical system is not taxed. No dimming lights at night. It all works well. That is just my two cents, hope it helps. Not saying anything bad about the Kicker Amp, I am sure it is a beast but not sure that there is an advantage to having all the power other than bragging rights.
[ Francisco  Aug 12, 2019 ]

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