Kicker Pound into 2009 with new Classic range

Solo Classic takes a page straight outta KICKER legend, and ushers it into the future…

“All the bass. Half the space.” That’s how we billed it nearly 20 years ago when the Solo-Baric Subwoofer ruled the roadways. The concept was breakthrough – a subwoofer that actually worked as two woofers in an isobaric enclosure, therefore using a box nearly half the size of those for conventional woofers. Genuine, deep, loud… it was the real deal, without sacrificing storage space.

In 2009, the Solo Classic Subwoofer provides the deepest, most musical bass from the smallest areas, at the same time promoting valuable storage space in a vehicle. It is designed to be used solely with small, sealed enclosures and generates the most pressure allowable.

The Solo Classic takes its place among KICKER’s family of potent round subwoofers, borrowing the latest technology cues from its siblings while remaining true to its roots in utilizing a tiny enclosure. Its recommended sealed-enclosure designs provide the absolute lowest, smoothest response with increased energy at rock-bottom frequencies.

The Solo Classic’s detailed, accurate bass is a result of extreme air pressure from a small sealed box, just like its predecessor way back when. However, these days, the Solo Classic uses resilient SoloKon™ and high-temp, dual voice coils to withstand massive excursion and create punishing bass. Other recent lab developments include the T-cut top plate, polyimide voice-coil former, ventless solid-pole design, and Spiralead™ tinsel leads that result in supreme reliability. Stitched surround, stamped-steel basket, and spring-loaded terminals remain KICKER standards on the subwoofer checklist.

8" Version

10" Version

12" Version

15" Version


March 19th, 2009
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Hifonics 2009 Range now available in the UK!

We all know that Hifonics provide some of the best subwoofer amplifiers that you can get, even at cracking prices. Exciting news came over last night of the new 2009 range which is to hit the UK this week. The Brutus amplifiers have now moved onto the 10th re-design, showing that Hifonics are constantly trying to improve their already great designs.

The main products in action will be the Monoblock amplifiers such as the Hifonics BXI-1210 which has replaced the best selling Hifonics BXI-1206 and the Hifonics BXI-2610 which is the all singing all dancing 2600w RMS mono amplifier.

Other additions are the new Olympus range of subwoofers to replace the Goliath subwoofers currently on sale in the UK and a new range of accessories which include OEM intigration kits and very well priced EQ’s.

For a sneak peak at the catalogue click here.

Hifonics Brutus Mono-Amp Specs;

BXI 1210D
Super D-Class
1 x 450 W @ 4 Ω
1 x 900 W @ 2 Ω
1 x 1200 W @ 1 Ω
Size
11.42" x 2.52" x 9.45"

 

BXI 1610D
Super D-Class
1 x 550 W @ 4 Ω
1 x 1100 W @ 2 Ω
1 x 1600 W @ 1 Ω
Size
14.17" x 2.52" x 9.45"

 

BXI 2010D
Super D-Class
1 x 650 W @ 4 ½
1 x 1300 W @ 2 ½
1 x 2000 W @ 1 ½
Size
14.97" x 2.52" x 9.45"

 

BXI 2610D
Super D-Class
1 x 850 W @ 4 Ω
1 x 1700 W @ 2 Ω
1 x 2600 W @ 1 Ω
Size
17.72" x 2.52" x 9.45"


March 12th, 2009
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Audio Assault to increase their range of Bass Factory car audio boxes

We are well known around the UK for our custom made subwoofer boxes courtesy of bass Factory in Birmingham. If our customers have a certain subwoofer and need a custom designed and made box then we are the specialists. You may only have a certain size boot? Possibly your boot isnt very wide but is nice and deep. This is where we come into our prime. We can design car audio boxes for all needs. Whether you have a huge Rockford Fosgate subwoofer or an even bigger RE Audio subwoofer, maybe you might have a JBL, Earthquake, Fusion or SNG Audio, it matters not. We take the spec of the subwoofer and design a box to suit your needs.

We have taken this onto the next step and have designed pre-built boxes specific to certain subwoofers. Our first product line will be the Bass Factory JW12P, dedicated specifically to the JL Audio W7 12" subwoofer. Using 1" thick MDF (which can be upgraded to Birch Ply if needed) and a 1.75 cu-ft enclosure, it provides the perfect working conditions for the subwoofer to thrive.

We will be expanding on the range of brand specific car audio boxes to include boxes designed for the likes of MTX, Rockford Fosgate, RE Audio, JL Audio, Earthquake, Lanzar Opti, Focal, Hifonics and much more!


March 3rd, 2009
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Audio Assault’s new car audio project car

Audio Assault have been pondering about a new project car for some time now. Seeing as we already have the mega heavy 40 subwoofer Nissan Largo which we teamed up with Fast Car and Bass Mechanix to produce, we thought it would be a silly idea to go absolutely crazy again.

We needed some ideas, and quick! We brainstormed for days and decided that our best option would be to create a car which anybody on pretty much any budget could acheive. We decided on purchasing a Clio 182 in Black.

Now we could easily spend £50k again but this just defeats the object of having a show car (especially when we have the Largo sat next to it!). We wanted to push some of our none-premium brands. This opens the door for SNG Audio. One of the most up and coming subwoofer brands in the UK. The JT-12 is rated at 800w RMS each subwoofer with 3" Kapton Coated 4Ohm Voice Coils, running two woofers into 1Ohm with a 1600w RMS amp is easy. This will provide the basis for one beast of an SQL (Mix between SPL adn SQ) install.

Inside the car we are going to have a huge 6 cu-ft subwoofer box, slot ported and tuned to 30Hz. A sloped false floor revealing a Hifonics BXI-1610 Mono Amp and another amp driving the components that we plan to use. Now onto the speaker components themselves. We were going to run with RE Audio XXX 6.5" 175w RMS components but instead opted for a slightly cheaper (but just as effective) Lanzar Opti 6C, running at 250w RMS.

More details and images coming soon…


March 2nd, 2009
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