The Thunder 6000 series is called the ‘little brother’ of the original Jackhammer sub-woofer (plausibly the king of sub-woofers).
On this note, we would be expecting something impressive considering the heritage the T612 has.
The T612 is all about bass. It’s minimum wattage is at 400W, which is already quite a bit of oomph. Considering that it has a max peak of 1200W, you are definitely in for some bass.
Here are some specifications regarding the MTX T612-44
- Frequency response: 33Hz to 200Hz
- Power Handling: 400w RMS 1,200w max
- Glass fibre cone
- Die cast Aluminium chassis
- Large Butyl rubber surround
- Dense front foam gasket fitted
- Tinsel leads woven into spider
- Dual 4 Ohm voice coils (also available in dual 2 Ohm)
- Dual sets of spring loaded ‘StreetWires’ speaker terminals
- Voice Coil Diameter: 60mm, 220 degrees hi temp type
- Mounting depth 199mm
- Triple stacked magnet
- Efficiency: 89dB 1w/1M
- Xmax 16mm
- Fms: 33.1Hz
- Qes: 0.75
- Qms: 5.1
- Qts: 0.65
- Vas: 38.6 Litres
Usually the more bass a sub-woofer has, the harder it is to keep up with the quality. The T612 has rather good sound quality, the flexibility of power deliverance is very good (adjusts to the bass demand), the build is absolutely splendid and it basically provides quite a lot of bang for not a lot of buck. Overall, I would recommend this woofer for someone who’s looking for a not-so-large, affordable and well valued sub. My rating : 7.5/10.
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