I am posting a review of the Rockford Fosgate P3S D412. I installed and wired these this evening about an hour ago. And this is purely first impression talking, I will get more in depth as I have more experience with these subs.
At first look, the subs come well packaged, and covered in plastic, pretty standard stuff.
The owners manual is a bit lacking on some of the more technical specs giving mostly the basic specs.
The come in either dual 2 or dual 4, freq. respons is 43-250 hz.
2.5 VC 4 layer.
Displacement is .071 cu.ft.
SPL is 86 [email protected]
Power handling is 400 R.M.S.
The manual is a 8 page affair with a nice drawing of the speaker dissassembled.
The come with all the mounting hardware (of course), and a hex head bit that can be put in a drill.
The have really nice brushed aluminum trim rings with the Punch etched in the top of the ring.
I mounted these in an enclosure that was built to spec. And powered them on an Autotek SM1-1500 at 1 ohm. All the gains and controls on the amp are set very conservatively. They dont really give a break in time period, so I guess just use your best judgment on that.
I loaded an MP3 disk in my Pioneer 880, and left all the head unit controls alone. No fade, no balance, and NO loud button.
Turned on some Aerosmith first and it did pretty well, skipped over to some GNR and did better, then onto some Nelly Country Grammer better still, then to finish off my audition I played some Public enemy. Havent tried Country yet or any classical or jazz.
I must say at first glance I like them, they have a good solid hit and deep tones, and hit the lows pretty well.
Hope this helps,
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