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Kicker L7 Subwoofer

By Edited Nov 20, 2016 0 0

The Kicker Solo-Baric ® L7 Subwoofer is one of the loudest, best-sounding products on the market today. If you're looking for more decibels for your buck, this subwoofer has that and much more.

Kicker L7 is a square subwoofer built with a SoloKon™ cone surrounded by stitched Santoprene rubber, and Santoprene ribbing for a tough, durable construction. Solokon is a high-quality polypropylene that is injection-molded into a single piece, ultra rigid cone. Santoprene is a synthetic copolymer that possesses similar flexibility and durability as natural rubber. The rigid construction and the surround radius provide for passage of more air, and a great bass sound.

The cast aluminum basket allows for greater heat dispersion and also prevents magnetic interference that can occur when using metals that contain iron. Spiralead™ tinsel-lead technology gives longer life to the Kicker L7 subwoofers. The tinsel leads are flat braided ribbon cables coated with silver and protected with soft rubber for reduced lead wear and resistance.

Full circumference vented back bracing uses side vents rather than back vents. The UniPlate™ backplate helps reduce gnarly "bottoming out" when the subwoofer is maxed out. The chromed UniPlate fuses the backplate and extended pole into one piece for better magnetic performance. Alignment issues are also reduced, and the chromed bottom improves cooling when you're pushing the subwoofer to its limits. The UniPlate/extended pole also releases pressure under ISD for improved cone motion and low bass quality.

L7 Kicker's outstanding motor has dual ultra-length coils capable of handling high temperatures. The

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Kapton Voice Coil Former provides better sound performance with less likelihood of a toasted cone, and L7's poly-cotton semi-progressive spider controls coil alignment and motion.

The subwoofer's speaker terminals are spring loaded and plated with nickel for solid, secure connections using large gauge speaker wire. The L7 has single piece front and rear gaskets that resist breakage and provide better protection against air leakage. The inverted dome helps the cone from flexing under pressure.

Solo-Baric Kicker L7 subwoofer comes in four sizes (8 inch, 10 inch, 12 inch, and 15 inch), and in 2-Ohm and 4-Ohm DVC. You also have a choice of a vented or sealed box subwoofer. The spun spoke design and Solo-baric logo on the backplate enhance the product's attractiveness.

The break-in period to produce the best quality bass performance is about 2 weeks when you play the subwoofer daily. A new Kicker L7 will have stiff suspension that is "loosened up" when you turn up the volume and put the equipment through its paces for a bit. Once broken-in, you should notice a heftier bass sound and a more responsive subwoofer.

Power handling depends on whether a sealed or vented box is used. A sealed box can handle up to 750 watts RMS, while a vented box can take up to 600 watts RMS. The recommended volume for a sealed box ranges from a minimum of 0.88 cu/ft, to a maximum of 2.0 cu/ft. The vented box recommendations are a minimum 1.75 cu/ft; 2.5" x 13.25" port opening; 22.5" port depth; with maximum vented box (SPL/Deep Bass) at 3.25 cu/ft; 3" x 13.25" port opening; 14.5" port depth.

The Solo-Baric L7 Kicker subwoofer offers a unique combination of quality, versatility, durability, and loudness! This is definitely one of the best subwoofers available on the market today.
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