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(12" waffle style)
Our take on the Speaker Grilles
Use these low-profile metal waffle-style grilles to protect your subwoofer. Important Note: Each grille requires one pack of clamps (not included, see "Accessories").
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Mounting: The grille sits on top of the subwoofer's frame and is held in place with the 125G727KIT top mount clamps (required and sold separately).
- Outer Diameter: 12-1/4"
- Inner Diameter: 10-7/8"
- Height: 3/4"
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Why did you buy this?
To protect subwoofer [ mike Mar 05, 2017 ]
to protect subwoofer in open compartment [ David Feb 21, 2017 ]
The were ordered to protect a set of 8" Sound Ordnance Sub Woofers. [ Doug Dec 06, 2016 ]
Needed to protect speaker [ Kevin Oct 24, 2016 ]
picked this to protect the front of my polk speaker [ Tim May 08, 2016 ]
I ordered this item to go over my subwoofer and protect it from damage as it will be in the trunk of my car. [ Jacob Apr 30, 2016 ]
Needed to protect the subwoofer from items in trunk. [ Johnathan Jan 24, 2016 ]
It is a grill and fits over a my 10" subwoofer perfect [ Scott Nov 03, 2016 ]
Protect Your Subwoofer From Getting Damaged! [ Matthew Oct 24, 2016 ]
To protect the subwoofers from damage [ martin Mar 17, 2017 ]
To protect sub in the trunk of my vehicle [ sunny1 Feb 15, 2017 ]
Need grill for my 12" sub. [ George Feb 06, 2017 ]
To protect my sweet 12" JL sub [ Charles Jan 07, 2017 ]
Protect 12" speaker [ Albert Jan 02, 2017 ]
Purchased to protect sub, as it will be placed in rear cargo area of FJ Cruiser [ AARON Oct 18, 2016 ]
Covering my Kicker sub. Can't miss! [ Michael Aug 09, 2016 ]
looks great with the speakers. Protect the speakers from been damage. [ G Jul 13, 2016 ]
Because, as careful as you want to be, stuff in the trunk goes through speaker cones rather easily. And subs with holes in them don't sound as good. [ Rhett Dec 14, 2015 ]
My sub is in back of a Ford Windstar mini van. I needed something to protect the speaker from anything bouncing around back there! [ RAYMOND Jun 22, 2016 ]
2 questions already asked
I put mine on polk sub it fit great. I dont know about kicker. [ ROGER Mar 07, 2015 ]
I'm not sure, but the grilles fit over my 10" Alpines. [ CLINTON Mar 07, 2015 ]
Yea as long as its a 10" subwoofer. ..ask ur saleman if thats a good choice they r great at what they do [ CHAD E Mar 06, 2015 ]
The frame on the grill is too small. It may pass on it it the hanger will be sticking up and look like a mess. Hope this help [ TERRY Mar 06, 2015 ]
5 answers Due to the depth of this grill and the shape of my subwoofer (MTX 12"), the woofer would bang against the grill if i simply mounted the grill and turned on music. I need to space this grill away from the subwoofer cone (actually, away from the rubber ring around the cone). Any suggestions? [ Ryan Jan 11, 2014 ]
Thanks for the reply - I ended up resolving this with a similar method. [ Ryan Jan 24, 2014 ]
I purchased a spacer (see Atrend, google it) then modified the spacer with a dremel to fit my grille. This was for a 10 inch sub. You may be able to locate the same from the above company fore a 12" sub. Mine enabled me to use a grille to protect a down firing Infinity sub woofer. [ Mark Jan 24, 2014 ]
There are grills made for subs with a high cone surround such as Polk, Kicker, etc. Either use something like that, or make a spacer. You could either make a MDF trim ring that goes around the outside of the sub and then mount the grill to that. In the past, I have also made a double front on boxes with the sub being mounted to the inner layer and grill cloth, regular grills, or nothing at all. It looks nice recessed like that. [ Bambihunter71 Jan 16, 2014 ]
Add to the rubber ring with foam or rubber from lowes and see what happens or mount the box the speaker is in to a location so it doesn't move and leave the grill off. [ BRIAN A Jan 13, 2014 ]
We have not received any answers from other customers on your question. I would recommend reaching out to an Advisor by phone or online chat. They should be able to help answer your question. [ Jeff Jan 13, 2014 ] Staff