Illusion Audio Carbon C12 Subwoofer

Illusion Audio Carbon C12 Subwoofer

The Carbon C12 has a front mount motor to make it thin and have better cooling with all heat outside the box. Woven carbon fiber cone is deep and very stiff for best punch. Long stroke rubber surround is optimized for small cabinet volumes. The patented neodymium motor has +/-12mm linear Xmax and two Faraday rings to minimize intermodulation distortion. 3 inch low inductance voice coil allow crossover up to 800Hz. Slim 3-1/4 inch mount depth and 9.3 pound weight is easy mount in SUV and Trucks.

PRODUCT INFO

Cone & Surround: Woven Carbon Fiber, rubber surround

Diameter (inches): 12

Basket: Aluminum

Impedance (ohms): 4

Power (RMS/Peak): 800

Mounting Depth (inches): 3-3.999"

Voice Coil (ohms): 4 ohm

MORE INFO
  • A 1 cubic foot sealed box is -3dB at 43 Hz.
  • A 1/2 cubic foot sealed box is -3dB at 47 Hz.
  • The best vented box is 1-1/2 cubic foot NET. 28Hz port is 4 inch diameter x 24 inch long. -3dB = 28 Hz. Use a 25Hz subsonic filter.
  • Designed in USA and manufactured in India.

MSRP: $1070.00

For more information, visit www.illusionaudio-america.com.

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