JL Audio CS112G-W6v3 #93307 Sealed ProWedge enclosure with one 12″ W6v3 subwoofer
JL Audio CS112G-W6v3 12” sub enclosure is actually a design marvel. JL nestled their W6v3 12” subwoofer into a sealed enclosure that takes up less room than conventional 12″ subwoofer boxes. This sub handles up to 600 watts RMS so it’ll deliver that fat low end you want, while its 2-ohm impedance makes it a perfect match for a mono amplifier.
While they may have cut the corners on the medium density fiberboard (MDF) enclosure, JL didn’t cut corners on quality. They incorporated their V-Groove construction to ensure rigid box joints that won’t leak air or resonate. Combined with the slim sub, this new design gives you a sturdy sub box that doesn’t take all your cargo space. JL finished off this ProWedge enclosure with a tough polymer grille that protects the entire subwoofer, unique for an enclosed subwoofer design.
JL Audio CS112G-W6v3 ProWedge systems incorporate our high-performance W6v3 subwoofer drivers in quality, MDF-constructed, sealed enclosures that deliver smooth, powerful and articulate bass. The drivers and enclosures are designed and built in our Miramar, Florida factory with global components, incorporating multiple patented technologies.
A super-tough, polymer grille is included to protect the subwoofer driver. An attractive “JL AUDIO Built in USA” logo is embroidered into the black carpet finish.
JL Audio’s patented Elevated Frame Cooling design delivers cool air through slots directly above the top-plate to the voice coil of the speaker. This not only enhances power handling, but also sound quality by minimizing dynamic parameter shifts and power compression.
Many speakers employ venting techniques to enhance voice coil cooling. This is typically accomplished by having big holes in the sides of the frame just below the spider attachment shelf. While it provides a modest cooling benefit, this low-velocity air-flow does not blow directly or strongly on the voice coil.
Our patented design improves upon this cooling technique in a number of ways. By elevating the frame above the top-plate of the motor (via stand-offs integrated into the bottom of the frame) a narrow, high-velocity air-path is created between the bottom surface of the frame and the top surface of the top-plate. This air path leads directly to the voice coil and then turns upward into the spider air cavity. By utilizing the pumping action of the spider through this focused air path, a large volume of cool air hits the coil windings directly.