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Rockford Fosgate Punch P300-12

Single 12" subwoofer enclosure with 300-watt amp

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Our take on the Rockford Fosgate Punch P300-12

Are you looking to add some bass to your ride without all the headaches of matching up a sub with a compatible amp and enclosure? Rockford Fosgate has created the P300-12 powered sub, a perfect match of enclosure, sub, and amp that allows you to avoid all the complex mathematics. You'll love the powerful impact this enclosure adds to your favorite tracks, and you'll rest easy knowing that you're getting tried-and-true Rockford Fosgate performance.

Your all-in-one solution

Are you looking to add some bass to your ride without all the headaches of matching up a sub with a compatible amp and enclosure? Rockford Fosgate has created the P300-12 powered sub, a perfect match of enclosure, sub, and amp that allows you to avoid all the complex mathematics. You'll love the powerful impact this enclosure adds to your favorite tracks, and you'll rest easy knowing that you're getting tried-and-true Rockford Fosgate performance.

Rockford Fosgate P300-12 powered sub

Rugged and powerful

The P300-12 comes equipped with a 12" woofer paired up to a built-in 300-watt amplifier. The sealed enclosure provides optimum sound quality, and the rugged industrial vinyl coating protects it wherever you choose to install it. You can use the low-pass crossover, phase switch, and bass boost to adjust the sub to work best in your vehicle. High- and low-level inputs allow you to connect it to any system, while the included remote knob lets you adjust bass intensity from the driver's seat.

I couldn't be more pleased with the sound/bass this speaker makes. My SUV shakes better than 2 10" speakers in a band pass box I had years ago. I would highly recommend this speaker to anyone looking to add bass to their SUV.

Matthew, Wyckoff, NJ

What's in the Box:

  • Subwoofer enclosure loaded with one 12" woofer and built-in amplifier
  • Four 10 amp ATO fuses (two installed in enclosure/ two spare)
  • Removable power plug
  • 10" Signal input harness
  • 3mm Allen wrench
  • Remote Punch Level Control
  • Metal mounting bracket (for Punch Level Control)
  • 17.5' Punch Level Control cable (3.5mm plug on both ends)
  • Two 3/8" Punch Level Control mounting screws
  • Hook and Loop mounting straps
  • Installation and Operation manual (English/ French/ Spanish/ German/ Italian)

Product Highlights:

  • powered 12" subwoofer enclosure
  • Class D amplifier (300 watts RMS)
  • remote bass-level control included
  • variable low-pass crossover (50-200 Hz, 12 dB/octave)
  • phase switch (0°, 180°)
  • variable bass boost
  • frequency response: 35-150 Hz
  • 19-13/16"W x 15"H x 11"D1 x 7"D2
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee

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Features and Specs

Enclosure Type Sealed
Finish Material Vinyl
Grille Metal
Connector Type Harness
Bi-amp Inputs No
Woofer Size (inches) 12
Woofer Material Not given
Passive Radiator ---
Width 20-3/8"
Height 15"
Depth 11-3/4"
Second Depth 7-1/8"
Parts Warranty 1 Year
Labor Warranty 1 Year
Frequency Response 35-200
Amplifier Power (RMS) 300 watts
Maximum Wattage 600 watts
Sensitivity N/A
Impedance N/A
Second Voice Coil Impedance ---
Crossover Point 50-200

Product Research


Overview: The Rockford Fosgate Punch P300-12 is an all-in-one bass solution featuring a 12" woofer in an enclosure made from 5/8" MDF and a built-in 300 watt RMS amplifier.

Closed-Loop Design: The closed-loop designed ensures optimum performance of the woofer, amplifier, and enclosure system.

Integrated Amplifier: The 12" woofer is powered by a built-in amplifier rated at 300 watts RMS/600 watts peak.

Quick Disconnect Power/Ground: The power, ground, and remote turn-on wires attach to a quick disconnect terminal block, so the subwoofer can be easily removed when you need more storage space. Each terminal is a set screw, the power and ground will accept up to 4 gauge wire (minimum 8 gauge recommend) and the remote turn-on will accept up to 8 gauge wire.

Audio Inputs: The amplifier section will accept either a line level (RCA) or speaker level signal. The included 10" input harness has a Molex plug on one end and female stereo RCA jacks on the other. When using a speaker level input, cut the RCA jacks off and splice into the remaining wires. Adjust the Input Level switch to match your input type (Hi/Lo).

Auto Turn-On: The Auto Turn-On switch offers three options:

  • REM: the amp turns on when +12 volts DC is applied to the remote terminal
  • DC Offset: the amp turns on when a 6 volt surge is detected on the signal inputs (from a speaker level source)
  • Audio: the amp turns on when an incoming audio signal is detected (can be used with line level or speaker level inputs)

Gain control: The rotary gain control allows you to match the output level of your headunit to the input level of the powered subwoofer (100mV-3V).

Crossover: The 12 db/oct low-pass crossover is always engaged; the crossover point is adjustable from 50 to 200 Hz.

Bass Boost: Use the rotary dial to adjust the bass boost; continuously variable from 0 to +12 dB, centered at 45 Hz.

Phase: A switch allows you to reverse the phase of the subwoofer (0°, 180°).

Protection Circuit: The P300-12 is equipped with thermal overload, over voltage, and short circuit protection. The amplifier will shut down if any of these situations is encountered.

Punch Level Control: A wired Punch Level Control is included so you can adjust the output level from the driver's seat. The remote has a bracket to mount it under the dash. The included 17-1/2' cable, with a 3.5mm mini-plug on each end, connects the remote to the subwoofer.

Note: The Punch Level Control measures approximately 2-3/8" wide x 1" high x 2" deep (3-1/2" deep including the knob and cable).

Dimensions: The dimensions listed in Features and Specs include the subwoofer's grille, and the power and signal wiring harnesses, which add approximately 7/8 of an inch and 1/2 an inch respectively. The depth of just the enclosure is 10-7/8 inches at the base and 7-1/8 inches at the top. The width without wiring is 19-7/8 inches.

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Why did you buy this?

I really wanted to add some bass. I got more than expected which is great! Very clean and handles with ease. Having a 1 year warranty was very important which is not offered from a lot of places and sites. [ Charles  Jun 02, 2017 ]
I like the idea of amp and sub in one package for easier installation and I have had good luck with Rockford Fosgate in the past. [ Adam  Mar 31, 2017 ]
This was recommended as a best seller in your store [ Diane  Dec 07, 2016 ]
price:power ratio is favorable [ luke  Nov 11, 2016 ]
scratch and dent, it is for a van and the speakers should get a little of a break with this handling the bass enabling the speakers to have more depth and quality sound. [ Stuart  Sep 14, 2016 ]
I lik dis [ Jamie Dion  Sep 03, 2016 ]
My son needed another, apparently 1 wasn't enough. lol. [ Peter  Jul 26, 2016 ]
Like the one I have and wanted a second one. [ michael  Jul 23, 2016 ]
All in one unit, and Punch has an excellent name. [ Curtis  Jun 29, 2016 ]
This has great reviews, and already has the amp built into it. [ Nicholas  May 15, 2016 ]
Easy addition to factory system. [ Shannon  May 13, 2016 ]
Powered subs are easy to install and you don't have to buy separate subs, amps, and enclosures. Rockford Fosgate has a reputation as the best in the business. [ Jon  Apr 29, 2016 ]
It is the best [ BALTAZAR  Apr 25, 2016 ]
good price, and brand. [ JASON G  Apr 01, 2016 ]
Recommended by adviser. Use an adviser, they know car stereo! Choice was between this and an infinity. [ Andy  Mar 28, 2016 ]
The reviews were almost all positive. Couldn't beat the price, either. The Rockford Fosgate name also carries a great reputation. [ Tim  Mar 13, 2016 ]
Past Experience with Rockford Fosgate [ Donald  Mar 10, 2016 ]
Wanted a subwoofer that fits behind the rear sit of my Jeep Wrangler tj. [ Roberto  Feb 21, 2016 ]
Suggested by Crutchfield rep, high hopes. #fingerscrossed [ Phil  Feb 08, 2016 ]
It had some great reviews, which helped me decide to get this product. [ Robert  Feb 07, 2016 ]
recommended by advisor [ Gary  Jan 25, 2016 ]
recommended by Allen the advisor [ Gregory  Jan 05, 2016 ]
Looking for a good entry speaker for my son's car. Reviews on the product were all positive and I couldn't beat the price. Why not give it a try? [ Brent  Jan 03, 2016 ]
Easy to use an you have what im looking for [ Colt  Dec 31, 2015 ]
Best boom for the buck [ Daniel  Dec 26, 2015 ]
Great price! [ Tammie  Dec 23, 2015 ]
Brand Name and History with Product [ richard  Dec 16, 2015 ]

21 questions already asked

Actually I found buying a set of Velcro tie down straps and mounting them to the trunk floor and then strapping the sub down. You can face a subwoofer however. Bass isn't directional. But I faced my sideways against the wall [ William  Jun 20, 2017 ]
Unfortunately it does not say on any of the paperwork or specs. I have it in my 2 door jeep wrangler and it sounds amazing!! Actually had the first one just go out for no apparent reason - Crutchfield sent me a new one with return postage paid and i sent the original back. Great customer service!! [ Darren  Jun 16, 2017 ]
I bought this for my wife's 08 Chevy Cobalt 4dr. I am not sure if it is because her battery is located in the trunk of the car so close to the Sub-woofer (hence the shorter power run) instead of under the hood, but with one of the seats laid forward that sucker can hit hard. Now Remember I am only running 4 ft of power cable from the battery to the box because of the proximity of cars battery...that may make a huge difference/deciding factor. But it is a A+ to me. Bless my wife's heart but the other day we had to make a run up to Fayetteville, Arkansas (2 hr drive). And She let me open it up and play both Metallica's, Ride The Lightening and Master Of Puppets back to back and I was VERY impressed with the Kick and enjoyment/quality. Recommend...Great Bang For the Buck..From Linkin Park to her Katy Perry....Very satisfied.. [ JOSEPH  Aug 06, 2016 ]
Yes this is a great addition if you are looking for something that is a noticable difference but doesn't break your trunk. As for adding it to your stock audio system I dont know if you have an aftermarket radio head unit but if you do it will be very easy. If you are just using your stock head unit, I would recommend an upgrade, however if there is a subwoofer wire you can just connect directly to that, otherwise you may find a wire that has 12 volts constant and do all your connections and stuff. As for the install it will pretty much be the same as a regular subwoofer, IE you still need to route the power wires and rca wires through the car, the only thing is you do not need to hook up the amp to the subwoofer as it is installed in the enclosure. Hope this helps! [ Preston  Aug 03, 2016 ]
This will require some minor splicing into the speakers if you do not have an AUX out on the back of your head unit. Power has to be run from the battery and ground in the rear. I spent an hour and a half putting mine in. I also pulled up carpet and bumpers to hide all wires, so it is a quick install. [ Chad  Aug 03, 2016 ]
THis accepts high level inputs so you should be able to tap into your speaker wires for a signal. I had it installed in an 08 eos and it helped the bass a lot. Vw'S have a lot of steel in the trunk behind your seats, so it does need to be turned up quite a bit to get the full effect. [ JAMES  Aug 03, 2016 ]
Yes you can. I have a 2013 Jetta only without the Fender system. But you'll just need a line out converter that you hook to the speaker wires on the back of your radio and that will activate the audio to the subwoofer if you don't have RCA outputs on the radio. If your radio has RCA outputs, then you can just use those. You'll need an Amplifier wiring kit as well to power the subwoofer/built-in amp. [ Dustin  Aug 03, 2016 ]
What's really nice is that you can use the regular leads and you can change the power input from low and high. Long story short go ahead and use the regular speaker cables. [ Alejandro  Jun 18, 2016 ]
Well i had similar situation in my gmc terrain i spliced into sub wire from factory amp and installed a high level to rca adapter [ Chris  Jun 14, 2016 ]
THis unit accepts either high or low level inputs. You can use either. If you use an loc, I would spend a little more and get a good one. Audiosource lc2ib is a good one. [ JAMES  Jun 13, 2016 ]
Like Gordon said probably any would work but here is my caution. Self powered units have a distinct advantage of being able to custom tune the amp/crossover/speaker/box. This yields a distinctly more efficient design since there are no variables. I have no idea how this particular box is designed but if you had a choice I would go with the original speaker even if it was a little more $$$. [ Andy  May 21, 2016 ]
Don't see why any one would not work, may have to change.the crossover,for simplicity I would stay with the oem [ Gordon  Apr 08, 2016 ]
Put in my sons Honda. We adjusted a little on the high side, but nothing over 75%. Stereo does need to be above 20 for it really to start thumping, but then will rattle the windows out of the car. I can't tell you why it's having to be maxed out. [ MATTHEW  Feb 23, 2016 ]
It was kind of the same way with me. I had my bass control knob all the way up, with the bass boost turned up to about half. If you have your x over all the way up you arent going to get any bass because the x over will br eliminating all the bass frequencies. Turn the x over to about 30 or so and I didnt have to set my gain to anything because I found that it didnt change the sound for me all that much. I agree with you that you cannot really feel the bass unless you have a song bass boosted or a song that is high bass. [ Preston  Feb 23, 2016 ]
Thanks for your question. It looks like the estimated weight is 30 pounds. Box dimensions are 21.75 x 13.875 x 17.125. Hope that helps. [ Kenny  Feb 24, 2016 ]  Staff
Im not positive about the jeep, but it fit in my VW jetta. As for thr highs and lows its actually pretty decent! The first time you listen to it and crank the volume it will bring a smile to your face. The only downside is that you will need to turn the bass boost up to about 6db out of 12 (or whatever half is) to get loud bass without distortion. Anything higher will distort easy snd anything lower will be less than satisfying, just in my opinion. [ Preston  Jan 21, 2016 ]
Yes fits easily and sounds great. I recommend replacing the other speakers and adding amp for those as well. [ Todd  Jan 20, 2016 ]
im running it in a 2000 Camaro, in the trunk. Great sounding sub! My car is a convertible, so you do lose a lot when the top is down. However, there is plenty of headroom to crank this one up to compensate. [ Curt  Jan 20, 2016 ]
Put it in the back of my sons 1992 Honda Accord LX. Should have no problem fitting in the back of a jeep. It will give you the sound you want for a great price. Install was fairly easy. Just make sure you buy the wiring kit from Crutchfield. Takes the guess work out of the equation. Would want to find a way to secure it to your Jeep to make sure no one steals it. [ MATTHEW  Jan 20, 2016 ]
I have this installed alone in the trunk of my Civic SI coupe. It sounds good. You should be ok in the trunk of your Monte. [ ROB  Dec 12, 2015 ]
Ladd, I have it installed in a 2008 Ford Fusion and yes you can definitely hear it. I have 7x10s installed in the rear deck that handle mid-bass as well but the P300-12 handles the low bass very well. It doesn't rattle too much but I have Dynomat installed various places and spacers in my rear tag. Hope this helps. ~Greg [ Gregory  Dec 12, 2015 ]
I have mine installed in my 2010 Subaru Legacy it's in the trunk right behind the back seats and anyone who sits in the back says they like it because the whole seat vibrates it works really well in a trunk and it definitely won't rattle the neighborhood it sounds great inside the car but it's not too loud outside the car. [ ALEIDA M  Dec 12, 2015 ]
I don't see why you couldn't with the right splitter. It's simply a remote signal gain. I would still contact RF directly to make sure, they are usually quick to respond. [ ROB  Nov 06, 2015 ]
I forwarded your question to an Advisor and they responded with the following: The sub in the enclosure doesn't exactly match the stand alone subs offered by Rockford Fosgate as component subs, so we can't give you a specific model number. In terms of power handling it is between the P1 and the P2. If you would like to discuss further you can contact an Advisor directly by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. [ Krissy  Jan 27, 2015 ]  Staff
You can mount it. You can bolt it down with a bracket or even velcro it. Mine isn't mounted but if you can i would recommend it. [ Connor  Sep 13, 2014 ]
It comes with an adhesive strip that has velcro on one side. For me, It has stayed in place perfectly with only the strip, even through a wreck. The strip is slightly longer than the bottom of the subwoofer so you can even put it partially on the side so it cab stick on the side of your trunk for extra support. [ AUSTIN  Sep 12, 2014 ]
yes it turns on when a signal is present, also shuts down when no signal is present. [ OSCAR  Sep 09, 2014 ]
Yes it will turn on and off with speaker input. [ JOHN A  Sep 08, 2014 ]
I would read that the same way. I was able to use a remote turn on from the radio. Also this is in my wife's 4 Runner and she loves it. [ BRANDON  Sep 08, 2014 ]
I forwarded your question to an Advisor and they responded with the following: You will need to provide them with separate power and you can do that by either running them through a power distribution block or directly to the battery. You will also need to provide them both with separate signal. If you would like to discuss further you can contact an Advisor directly by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. [ Krissy  Jul 22, 2014 ]  Staff
i got the rockford cables which were recommender for install from the sub to the receiver. works like a champ. If you are going to install yourself you must get, but if you are going to have installed professionally from a shop they would have cables, hopefully Rockford, but some other brand none the less. Enjoy the sub. Set the control nearby. Perfect. [ Laura J San  Jul 18, 2014 ]
Hi, Brendan. Well, this unit comes with the sub enclosure, the removable terminal block, remote control + wire, and mounting options. It does *not* come with the electrical equipment required to hook up the electrical connections. You will need to provide, at a minimum, 1) a power wire (see product info for recommended wire gauge), 2) signal wire from your HU to the sub and 3) ground connection. These last three wires/cables are *not* included with the Rockford P300-12 package, but from my understanding they are typical components in any of the "subwoofer wiring packages" that you can find on CF or anywhere else. [ Matthew  Jul 15, 2014 ]
Hi Brendan G, We bought an additional switch which we mounted in the dash for power so it could be turned off when ever. Other than that, it came with everything we needed. We're very happy with it. [ JOHN  Jul 13, 2014 ]
This is a powered sub so the AMP and everything is inside the box. You will need to purchase a wiring kit to wire it into your existing electrical. I ordered the following along with this Sub: Rockford Fosgate RFK4 Amplifier Wiring Kit 4 gauge Power Item #: 575RFK4 and Rockford Fosgate RFK8I Amplifier Wiring Kit 8 gauge Power Item #: 575RFK8I Also don't forget to get a distribution Block (not necessarily required if you're just doing a single sub). [ ROB  Jul 12, 2014 ]
The only other thing you need to install is an amp install kit (power cables, ground wire, and the RCA connectors). Other wise it's a straight forward install [ MACE  Jul 12, 2014 ]
This will depend largely on your vehicle. For details on installation please contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They will be able to pull up your vehicle and give you the details on what you will need for an installation. [ Greg  Jul 12, 2014 ]  Staff
The LC2i is a great product, but not totally needed for this application. Audio Inputs: The amplifier section will accept either a line level (RCA) or speaker level signal. The included 10" input harness has a Molex plug on one end and female stereo RCA jacks on the other. When using a speaker level input, cut the RCA jacks off and splice into the remaining wires. Adjust the Input Level switch to match your input type (Hi/Lo). [ Jeff  Apr 15, 2014 ]  Staff
I have a Ford F150 Extended Cab and I quickly replaced my first one when it was stolen with another one. I love the punch and the quality is everything Crutchfield said it would be. Try talking with a specialist with the tech team...they really want you to be happy not just sell you something! [ CORY  Feb 20, 2014 ]
I would say a major factor in whether or not you'll like it is what kind of music you listen to. I put it behind the back seats of an 09 Escape and I'm perfectly satisfied with it. I listen to, rock mostly, some punk and metal too. It's perfect for me. It adds feel to the kick drum/double bass, and fills out the rest of the frequencies well. If you're into rap and you're trying to go around bumping the neighborhood, this probably isn't what you're looking for. Keep in mind it has it's own separate volume knob so you can adjust the mix to your liking which is really nice. Overall I'd say it hits plenty hard enough for anyone not trying to be obnoxious. [ Jerome  Feb 19, 2014 ]
Hi Caleb, I purchased this subwoofer, to fit in my F-150, regular cab. The sub sits behind both seats, facing the center armrest, about 2 inches away. I did a lot of research about ideal placement, with various custom installers. Ofcourse, the ideal situation would be to point the sub to an empty area (closed trunk or rear hatch), but unless you are looking to change vehicles, you must work with what you have. The reason I selected the 12" sub was to compensate for the environment. I am very happy with my choice. The large sub speaker moves a lot of air! The tight enclosure was pre-designed specifically for this sub. I enjoy the deep and strong bass! The 300 watt built in amp does the trick. Another advantage of having it right behind the seat, is that you can "feel" the bass. Check out the frequency range. It starts in the 30's. I think in your situation, with the soft top, you have no choice but to get power. 300 watts of sub, plus say 75+ from your door speakers, should drown much of the road noise. Compare the environment to a big and noisy concert auditorium. The closer you are to the stage and the music, the less the interruption from the crowd. I hope this helped. Good luck! [ David  Feb 17, 2014 ]
Thanks Richard, don't have much choice now I ordered it. Looks like I'll have to give it a chance, as long as I can hear good low notes and feel it some I'll probably be happy enough.... Have the distinct feeling it'll sound allot like a free air setup and just sound floppy, I've ran into this before.. I took a system out of a Pontiac sunfire that slammed very hard and put in into my Cherokee sport and is was night and day .... it sounded awful in the jeep [ Caleb  Feb 17, 2014 ]
I just recently purchased this powered sub for a 84 mustang hatchback. I know your setup is totally different but I have been very pleased with the performance out of this 12" sub. Having a hard top as you well know helps the lows bounce around in the cabin, so I don't know if you will have the same luck with the soft top. I still say give it a try you might be suprised. :-) [ RICHARD  Feb 17, 2014 ]
The amp will not even turn on with out power from a remote wire. If your head unit does not have a REM wire the best solution is to run another power wire from your battery with a switch inline to turn your amp on and off on your own. [ Matthew  Jan 28, 2014 ]
We have not received any answers from other customers on your question. I would recommend reaching out to an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They should be able to help answer your question. [ Jeff  Jan 20, 2014 ]  Staff
It sounds like everything is there, but I would still recommend reaching out to an Advisor by phone or online chat. They will be able to double check everything with you and make sure you'll be good to go. [ Jeff  Jan 08, 2014 ]  Staff
Unit comes with all wires .. it does have remote turn on but wasn't sensitive with my car so I had it hooked up to automatically turn on with the vehicle . Sound quality is amazing . Hooked it up to a 2003 Lexus ( factory system ) it made the factory system sound like an expensive custom system !! Very impressed ! [ MATT  Jan 06, 2014 ]
If you going to tap off and use speaker level input your going to need a low/high input converter to wire this. I believe schorce makes one pretty cheap. And yes your going to need a 12v switched source to turn amp on & off with ignition. My recommendation is don't get this box. I had it for about a month and it just doesn't have enough volume especially if you have it in a trunk (can barely hear it even with it turned up.) I sold it to my buddy with a jeep & got a sub box, 2 fosgate 10's and a Hifonics amp all for cheaper online then what I paid for this setup & it's a night and day difference in sound and quality. [ BRENT  Jan 06, 2014 ]
I just purchased it 2 weeks ago. it does not come with necessary wiring to connect. it still runs through the Subwoofer wiring kit that would need to be purchased separately. it does come with a level adjust dial that can be mounted pretty much anywhere in the car. As for the power, i understand it as a remote turn on with direct power supply through the subwoofer wiring kit [ Japheth  Jan 05, 2014 ]
I stand corrected. A speaker-wire to RCA plug converter is included. No need for it but you will need RCA wires to run to the sub's location. So, everything you need to connect this unit is included in the packaging. A very well pre thought kit RF has offered. GL [ Chopt  Jan 05, 2014 ]
I'll give it a stab. It requires a switched 12v power source. If you're stereo is equipped, connect it's blue antenna's switched power wire to the sub's switched power inlet. If I understand you correctly. You plan to use your speaker wires for the sub's signal input. You'll need a seperate speaker-wire to RCA plug converter. That is not included. Good luck, [ Chopt  Jan 05, 2014 ]