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C2 Audio
05-10-2013, 12:16 AM
C2 Audio Threatcon-2 12" Sub Playing Music on Term-Lab - YouTube (http://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=plcp&v=mmWMJOHP4hI)

C2 Audio Threatcon-2 12" Woofer (Only $129). This single 12" woofer set up is Hitting 141 db Playing Music with windows up, doors shut, Term-Lab Meter on the dash. Box is 2.5 ³ft, tuned to 38hz. This is a Street set up not SPL set up (The SPL vids will be coming soon). We are very happy with this woofer, It is fresh out of the box now so we will run another video in a few days once it breaks in.

--Chris

winkychevelle
05-10-2013, 12:23 AM
I need way more info like what amp and what car? 38hz is a little high but if that's street to you ok

SounDrive
05-10-2013, 12:31 AM
I need way more info like what amp and what car? 38hz is a little high but if that's street to you ok

SAZ 2500d on a 600w RMS sub tuned at 38Hz... I'm not criticizing the sub, but this obviously isn't a street setup

Not many $129 subs can take 2500 watts without blowing up pretty quickly, so props to you on that.

RangerDangerV2
05-10-2013, 12:38 AM
eh... tuned to 38 isnt exactly what I would call a street setup. especially if the woofer is on more than rated power.

black05alti
05-10-2013, 12:48 AM
I wanna know what these will do on about 1000rms tuned to 32-34hz

mylows10
05-10-2013, 12:52 AM
i did it 1 sub ported at 34 hertz in a trunk dodge neon stock everything 1 run of ofc 0 gauge on a kicker kx 1200.141.6 to be exact on music.oh it was an alpine type r

winkychevelle
05-10-2013, 07:51 AM
I'm sorry but my ab hd12 on a kicker kx2500.1 in a 2cube box tuned to 32hz pulled a 149.2 yesterday and that was at 35hz and that was on music yes my sub cost 2.6 times as much but ****

jasonbillnelson
05-10-2013, 08:17 AM
Chris told me last night that this was taking just over 1k. It wasn't taking the whole 2500.

NIHL8ION
05-10-2013, 08:24 AM
I'd like to know what voice coils it has and what it's wired to... They say nothing about this and that makes a HUGE difference as to what that SAZ-2500D is feeding this sub!:eyebrow:

NIHL8ION
05-10-2013, 08:25 AM
Chris told me last night that this was taking just over 1k. It wasn't taking the whole 2500.

ah see... I knew there was no fkn way...

jasonbillnelson
05-10-2013, 09:14 AM
ah see... I knew there was no fkn way...

No as soon as 1200 watts hits the sub starts to hit mech limits and the coild will leave the gap. All 2500 watts would destroy this sub pretty quickly. It's the Threatcon 2 woofer. It's the exact same as all the Threatcon 2 12"s that have already ordered.

jasonbillnelson
05-10-2013, 09:22 AM
SAZ 2500d on a 600w RMS sub tuned at 38Hz... I'm not criticizing the sub, but this obviously isn't a street setup

Not many $129 subs can take 2500 watts without blowing up pretty quickly, so props to you on that.

Wasn't taking all 2500 watts. It was just over 1k. Once it hits 1200 it will leave the gap and hit mech limits

jasonbillnelson
05-10-2013, 09:23 AM
I wanna know what these will do on about 1000rms tuned to 32-34hz

this video was just over 1k in power. Box was tuned a little higher but 32-34 hz will work out just fine.

winkychevelle
05-10-2013, 09:31 AM
Wasn't taking all 2500 watts. It was just over 1k. Once it hits 1200 it will leave the gap and hit mech limits

1200w and it leaves the gap what good does the 3 inch coil do you can't use it. I'm not impressed that just shows where they cheapest out at.

jasonbillnelson
05-10-2013, 10:20 AM
1200w and it leaves the gap what good does the 3 inch coil do you can't use it. I'm not impressed that just shows where they cheapest out at.

As far as I'm concerned its more of a warning than anything for you to turn it down so you don't destroy the sub. The sub is rated at 600 RMS and at DOUBLE power its leaving the gap and still playing. You can hear it hitting mechanical limits at that point.

But its all good man. Everyone has their opinions. No worries. I have mine, others have theirs. Thanks for the input.

naughtyca
05-10-2013, 10:51 AM
correct me if I'm wrong but I dont think these subs are meant for 1200w per sub, i would say 850-1k per sub daily and for the price of $129 on 12" i think its a very good price.

jasonbillnelson
05-10-2013, 10:55 AM
correct me if I'm wrong but I dont think these subs are meant for 1200w per sub, i would say 850-1k per sub daily and for the price of $129 on 12" i think its a very good price.

agreed!

Reinhardt
05-10-2013, 11:57 AM
I am ready for mine!!! When do you think they will make it to my house here in Idaho?

jasonbillnelson
05-10-2013, 12:02 PM
I am ready for mine!!! When do you think they will make it to my house here in Idaho?

Subs are delivering to Chris later this afternoon. He is going to test and inspect all purchased woofers saturday and sunday. As soon as a woofer is tested and inspected it will be registered with a serial number and packaged to ship out Monday. From Ohio to Idaho via UPS Ground or FedEx Freight.....I would say you should have it by Friday.....maybe even thursday.

winkychevelle
05-10-2013, 12:03 PM
As far as I'm concerned its more of a warning than anything for you to turn it down so you don't destroy the sub. The sub is rated at 600 RMS and at DOUBLE power its leaving the gap and still playing. You can hear it hitting mechanical limits at that point.

But its all good man. Everyone has their opinions. No worries. I have mine, others have theirs. Thanks for the input.


correct me if I'm wrong but I dont think these subs are meant for 1200w per sub, i would say 850-1k per sub daily and for the price of $129 on 12" i think its a very good price.

My point was that was both of you guys argument when it came to the reason for pushin it on every noob in here.

"Oh it has a 3 inch coil and double stacked magnets" omg these two things mean very little which is proved by my previous point.

A good 2.5 inch coil can take the same power like the dd2500 I used to run 1500 daily to mine without leaving the gap or bottoming out. And it's a 750w sub so yea double rms on a smaller coil

The motor design either doesn't allow for proper cooling or his soft parts are junk you guys can push this product all you want I don't want one

And that's as far as I will take this as it is considered post dumping and I try not to do that

naughtyca
05-10-2013, 12:57 PM
how much did you pay for those dd2500?

jasonbillnelson
05-10-2013, 01:35 PM
Thanks for the input.

Again...everyone has their opinions. It's all good.

Boomsday
05-10-2013, 01:45 PM
lol ppl will hate on anything

a $100 600rms woofer will not take 1200rms daily and ppl get mad.lmao

if you want a 1200rms sub buy a **** 1200rms sub, and most ppl are not putting out the power they think they are anyway...

You guys will find anything to argue about, or talk ***** about a company

05fronty
05-10-2013, 04:43 PM
correct me if I'm wrong but I dont think these subs are meant for 1200w per sub, i would say 850-1k per sub daily and for the price of $129 on 12" i think its a very good price.

Got mine for 99 with my quart 1500 for 100, not a bad setup for around 200

C2 Audio
05-11-2013, 08:41 AM
Subs are in! Testing and inspecting today and tomorrow then ship out monday!

-Chris