One of the weakest points in a factory car stereo system is the lack of bass. Adding a subwoofer to your factory or aftermarket system will greatly improve your listening experience. Bass is an integral part of all music, wether it’s jazz, bluegrass or hip hop. We demo our systems with a sub and our clients absolutely love the richness of the demo, however as soon as we remove the subwoofer, they all say the same thing “what happened, there’s no bass!” We carry several brands and many sizes to fit almost any listener or vehicle. These are a few of our favorite subwoofers, please stop by and see what we have to offer.


JL Audio 10-inch (250 mm) Subwoofer Driver – 10W1v3-4

The 10W1v3 is an outstanding choice when space is very tight and amplifier power is moderate. It features shallow mounting depth (4.6 in. / 117 mm) and a compact motor structure, allowing it to comfortably fit in a lot of spaces where a typical 10-inch driver will not. Lacking a pole vent, the rear of the motor structure can be placed directly against an enclosure boundary. Excellent excursion capability and linearity allow it to reproduce sub-bass with shocking extension and quality. Several of JL Audio’s proprietary technologies enhance its performance and reliability.



JL Audio 10-inch (250 mm) Subwoofer Driver – 10TW3-D4

Building on the core technology of our TW5 thin-line subwoofers, the new TW3’s deliver a powerful combination of shallow mounting depth and excursion capability. In fact, they are capable of greater excursion than the W3v3’s.

To allow this remarkable feat to be achieved, JL Audio’s patented thin-line woofer technology compresses the architecture of the TW3’s using a “concentric tube” structure built into the injection-molded cone body. This structure supports the voice coil and a full annular spider, while permitting the placement of the large motor structure further forward in the speaker than with conventional designs.


2 thoughts on “Subwoofers

  1. I’m curious if you carry any type of marine subwoofers that I could have installed in my Jeep Wrangler. I’m looking for something with a fairly small foot print, and preferably powered. I hate to say this, but a Bazooka tube almost sounds ideal. I just need to fill in a little bit of punch in the lower frequencies.

    It’s not uncommon for my Jeep to have water in it… What would you suggest?

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