Are you looking to rattle your car and get the other cars on the street pumping as well? We’ve got you covered with our competition subwoofer buying guide. Competition subwoofers are heavier duty products than standard subwoofers and put out a higher frequency with more intense bases. You can install them on their own or in a set to increase your stereo power. Before we get started, let’s look at some things you should know.
Size: Size correlates directly to power, but also where it might fit in your car. 18” competition subwoofers are going to have deeper lows than 8” woofers, but you need to assess your car for space before purchasing.
Pieces: This is how many woofers and associated pieces come with the product. For the most part, all the products here are a single woofer only, and any additional parts you have to purchase separately from each other.
Max Power: This is the maximum projected power than the subwoofer could potentially reach, measured in watts. Basically, it tells you how much it’s going to vibrate on some of those base lows for maximum shaking potential.
Dual 0hm: The 0hm level of a subwoofer has a lot to do with how you’re doing to be wiring it into your system, and what you’ll be using it for. You’ll have the ability to wire for different powers and performance.
Foam Surround: The surround of the subwoofer is an insulation so that the vibrating parts don’t get hurt or injured while the woofer is working. Foam is gentler and will absorb more impact than rubber or other materials.
Warranty: A warranty is made to protect you and the things you’re purchasing from manufacturing defects. If it stops working during the time frame, you might be eligible for a return or refund of your money.
Now we can jump right into the competition subwoofer reviews! Here you’ll find a ton of jumping, bumping, powerful devices to give your music new life. If you’re in a hurry, check out our top pick and budget pick, but remember to browse the rest of our list for mid-range prices and excellent quality subwoofers. Now get your bounce on and turn up the bass. We’re going to get started.
Article last updated on:
June 4, 2019