I have a box with 6 12w0s that run 1kw, and this single 15" XPL loaded THT significantly beats it with more output, cleaner sound, and consuming less power. The JLs significantly dip the headlights and ammeter in an obvious "my car is the one making all that noise" fashion. With the THT the other drivers have to look around more haha
I never put a meter on it to check. Could look into it next week when I get back to my multimeter.
I'm running both a kicker ZR360 and ZR1000 on a 60A fuse. Haven't blown it yet with the horn, went thru 2 with the direct radiators.
My convertible has 1/0 and a 150a fuse to an XS100, ZR240 and ZR360. It fried the factory alternator, so i had it rebuilt and it benched 158a. I run a pair of JL10w3v3s and there is not enough bass, especially with the top down. Not big enough for a horn. I was going to use my pair of solo-baric 15s but they need some fiber work to do it right. I'd consider a TC Sounds 18 in the spare tire well, but they are ^^$$.
To me the THT sounds the best of the many combos of subs I have had in the Explorer. Of 6 12"s, 4 13"s, 4 15"s in the truck, I'd take the single 15 THT over them any day.
With the THT the 35hz fundamental in Decibel is so clean, none of the Direct radiators had such a pure tonal quality at high SPL. I can park outside of bars and rattle things on the shelves inside with this thing. lol
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