Pyle PLPW8D Subwoofer - Altavoz
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PYLE PLPW8D DUAL VOICE COIL 4ohm SUBWOOFER (8''; 800 WATTS)
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They are highly overrated but have good SPL
The speaker is supposed to be rated for 500rms
I would safely run 150-200 RMS into the pyle power subwoofer. I attached a picture below to show comparison of a true 800 RMS speaker to the speaker being reviewed.
My advice to anyone looking for a lower cost, but great sounding subwoofer, is that you can't go wrong with this model. My further advice to any TJ owners who are looking for a value replacement for your console is to stop your search- you will love this model.
Tried it in the rear doors of my Jeep GC. Driven by a Kenwood sub-amp 1,000 rms (I never crank it anywhere near that level). Did a switch back and forth at 2 ohms to compare with some re-coned Klipsch ProMedia 4.1 speakers I had around, so maybe a little unfair. The Pyle ran louder but when pushed to their limit, went right into distortion with loud notes, where the Klipsch handled them fine and handled overly loud notes with dignity. I noticed the cones on these move freely by hand when not connected, the opposite of the Klipsch OEM Promedia's. Seemed like the cones would easily become distorted when pushed at higher volumes but provide good base at lower volumes, which they did.
And I shipped it to the hotel I was staying at, on our 600 mile off-road journey across the desert. I ended up replacing the subwoofer in the parking lot of the hotel. Take note if your doing as I did; This subwoofer's holes are a tad different than OEM. You'll need a wood screw (or drill bit) and screwgun/drill to get the holes started in the plastic. I borrowed one from hotel maintenance, haha. Also, I had to break out the small plastic braces in the back of the enclosure. Did so with a pair-of-pliers, easy peasy. A dremel would make it easier and cleaner. Crimped the spade connections a bit tighter so they'd not slip off the speakers male connections and DONE!