This year has been not quite as it seems due to the pandemic. People are not going out as much as they use to and are not using their cars. Nevertheless, we car audiophiles still love our car music and we will always continue to find that perfect sound.
Today, Onlinecarstereo will show you our 2020 picks for the best component car subwoofers in no particular order.
ALPINE S-W10D4: First in the list is the Type S Series 10" subwoofers from Alpine. It has been a go-to upgrade for newbie and even experienced car audio lovers. It sports 1800 watts of peak power and manufactured using custom-stamped steel frame to withstand the new S motors. They also have frame leg vents as well as vented back plate to help cool the subwoofer voice coil and motor parts, plus a shallow design to help fit in smaller spaces.
ALPINE W10S4: Next is also from Alpine which is the 10" Bass Line Series. If you are a conservative audiophile and just wants to upgrade the right bass, this is the model to choose. At 750 watts max power, you will be sure to have fun and loud with a budget friendly price point.
HERTZ SV200L: Hertz is not new to the market and has been around quite a long time. The SV200L has been gaining traction with car audio lovers which is designed to offer superior performance in terms of both thermal and mechanical capability. Even though the max power is just 500 watts, you will surely be blown away with the clear but powerful bass that this subwoofer produces.
JL Audio 10W1v3-4: You can't go wrong with a JL Audio. This unit has been a staple among bass heads. It is an outstanding choice when space is very tight and amplifier power is moderate. It features shallow mounting depth and a compact motor structure, allowing it to comfortably fit in a lot of spaces where a typical 10-inch driver will not.
JL Audio 12TW3-D4: Another hot JL Audio item is the 12TW3-D4 thin-line subwoofers. It delivers a powerful combination of shallow mounting depth and excursion capability. In fact, they are capable of greater excursion than the W3v3’s.
Kicker 43CVR104: Kicker has been synonymous with bass that why this unit is in the list. The CompVR is a bang-for-the-buck subwoofer upgrade that delivers the right amount of bass for the price. The red stitch is easily identifiable for every CompVR series subs.
Pioneer TS-D12D2: Last in our list is Pioneer's version of affordable and powerful. At this price point, you can expect 2000 watts of peak power which clearly says too much is not enough. It is made of high performance materials that will give you the deep bass you've always wanted.
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