Details: It's one of the necessities to a well-rounded car stereo. Add one of the best car subwoofers to your stereo and you'll wonder how you listened to music without one. Car subwoofers can make or break a new car audio system. Watts of power? Well, we’ll be honest — the bigger isn’t always better. If you’re getting a subwoofer for your car, you’re already getting a lot of power and volume, so there definitely is threshold when it comes to “too much”. We’d recommend staying with 15" or 12". If you have the space, I would recommend to get a 12" or 15" to have that all around bass. Do you need it enclosed? When it comes to the best car subwoofers, some come without an enclosure (box to hold them in), while others are just the bare sub (we like this sealed or enclosed subs article here). The advantage of buying them bare is being able to make or buy your own enclosure to fit in (especially if you’re looking at adding two subs to your system, you can find an enclosure that fits two very nicely next to each other). We found some that are already enclosed for you while others that are the bare version to give you options. The Gravity Warzone brand name is one of the best car subwoofer names in the market, not only because of their quality gear but the decently affordable price tags they offer. This is one of their best 12 inch subs and it has a considerable amount of bass for your sound. If you are budget conscious, you can still boost the music sound in your car using this sub. It’s a dual 2-ohm sub, has one of the best builds out there with an injection-molded polypropylene cone and ribbed foam surround, 3000 watts of peak power handling on each subwoofer, and a great frequency response all the way down to 30 Hz.
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