JL Audio 10W0v3-4 10 Inch W0v3 Subwoofer 4 Ohm
JL Audio 10 Inch W0 Subwoofer
The JL Audio 10W0v3-4 is the benchmark for performance among affordable, entry level subwoofers. Sure, you can buy a more expensive JL Audio sub that will outperform the W0, but if you are at the lower end of the budget, you can't beat the 12 inch W0.
300 Watts RMS
The 10W0v3-4 handles 300 watts of RMS power. The JL 10W0v3-4 is legendary. These subwoofers hit hard, they don't cost an arm and a leg, and are built to last.
The 10W0v3-4 will work in both sealed and ported enclosures.
The 10W0v3-4 10" subwoofer is optimized to operate in a compact 0.65 cubic feet (18.4 liter) sealed enclosure, or a 1.125 cubic feet (31.9 liter) ported enclosure.
Single 4 Ohm Voice Coil
The 10W0v3-4 is only available with a single 4 ohm voice coil. If you are only running 1 subwoofer, be sure to look at the amplifier output at 4 ohms, not just the number that the amp is rated at when completing your setup. For example, the JD500/1 and the RD500/1 are both "500 watt amplifiers" but at 4 ohms, they put out 250 watts RMS. Now, 500 watts is probably too much for a single 10W0 subwoofer but at 4 ohms, the 250 watts of RMS power is ideal.
Amp RecommendationsWe like powering these subwoofers with a 500 watt JL Audio monoblock amplifier. Because of the single 4 ohm voice coil, you can use the same amplifier to power 1 or 2 W0 subwoofers. If you run two subs, wire them in parallel down to a 2 ohm load.
We recommend the following amplifiers to power 1 or 2 10W0v3-4 subwoofers:
If you are not making a custom box, check out the JL Audio W0 loaded enclosures. The same engineers that design the subwoofers design and optimize the enclosures, the subwoofer comes pre-installed, and installation is quick and easy.