STILLWATER, USA – KICKER has allocated most the performance and power of its patented square-woofer technology into a round subwoofer with the further development of the KICKER CompVX™ Subwoofer, creating the most technologically advanced round subwoofer available for those that prefer the circular look in their installation. In 2010, the CompVX has been updated to solidify its standing as the best-sounding, deepest-bass-producing round subwoofer.
The CompVX stands alone among round subwoofers, using all of the exclusive Solo-Baric® L7 design and performance features except the square shape. One-piece SoloKon™ cone with total back bracing for ultra rigidity, high-temp dual voice coils to withstand potentially damaging heat, a solid pole piece providing more mass to subdue additional heat, and a T-cut top plate for a wider magnetic field, stronger bass response, and better sound – it all comes together to form a super-reliable motor structure found only in a KICKER subwoofer.
Inside, the poly-cotton, semi-progressive-roll spider supplies substantial excursion for the loudest bass possible. Externally, a ribbed Santoprene® surround around SoloKon provides max excursion. CompVX’s basket is cast aluminum with motor-cooling perimeter venting and spring-loaded terminals that can accept up to 10-gauge wire.
The CompVX Series is available in a 10-inch CompVX10, a 12-inch CompVX12, and a 15-inch CompVX15, and comes in 2-Ohm or 4-Ohm DVC. Sealed or vented box applications are also an option to complete an insane audio experience.