The Alpine SWR-12D4 may appear small but it delivers on big benefits. The fifth-generation subwoofer provides users with impressive power handling coupled with deeper bass sound, cleaner output, and superior control than its predecessors, even competitors.
Even for its small size – 6.375” mounting depth and 10.875” mounting diameter – the unit delivers more bass power while fitting into most places. Such installation and application flexibility means that the subwoofer delivers more bang for the buck without compromising on high-performance output.
High-Amplitude Multi Roll
With the innovative High-Amplitude Multi Roll (HAMR) technology, you can expect higher excursion and higher output from the new Type-R subwoofer. You will find that the subwoofer delivers the best in sound quality, bass output and low distortion in its class – truly, must-have qualities for subwoofers within the price range.
The motor force in the Alpine SWR-12D4 also means more control, thus, the cleaner bass sound that many customers attest makes for easy listening. Even with hours and hours of music, the subwoofer holds up its end because of its radial vented VC heatsink technology coupled with the airflow management system.
Basically, the unit remains cool because air is forced into its interiors, thus, allowing for playing even in high heat and humidity conditions for hours on end. You can subject the subwoofer to extreme applications – in an enclosure or in open air – and it will still deliver on the deep bass you have come to expect from Alpine.
You will also find the subwoofer to be durable, thanks to its one-piece cast aluminium frame and injection-molded Santoprene components. The unit’s black body makes it so easy to blend in with all your other stereo sound system components, thus, providing for ease of installation and connection with the rest. You should pair the Alpine SWR-12D4 with PDX digital amplifiers for the best performance.