The speaker is a 10 inch, so the enclosure would be perfect for it. The depths of both are fine also. The screw layout is exactly the same as in the sub, so physically they will fit just fine. What I am wondering is the component side of things. I can't seem to find any good specifications on the details on what the ratings of the subwoofer is and if these would be swappable. Have been googling it for a while, haha. I know it's doable because my friend has put together a sub like this before, but he made his box from scratch and it's damn nice.
I didn't need this or necessarily want this, but for $30 for a Polk sub, I'll take it. I have an amp sitting in the garage, and its a lot easier to sell the wife on $30 for adding a sub to my Jeep! Thanks!
This company is out of Brazil, I've never heard of it. Do you know anything about them?
Bravox makes awesome stuff, for that price you can't go wrong. The Bravox is closer to the power rating of your amplifier, I would go with it. However, if you throw that Polk in your enclosure and don't like the way it performs, you can always return it to your local Best Buy.
Last edited by SuperTroller; 02-16-2013 at 07:03 PM..
I've used the 12" version of this in both HT and car audio. Plenty of volume, pretty poor sound quality...and that quality rapidly decreased after running any kind of power through it. $30 is an appropriate price.
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