EXO-12 // 3000 Watts RMS 12 Inch Car Subwoofer
EXO-12 // 3000 Watts RMS 12 Inch Car Subwoofer
EXO-12 // 3000 Watts RMS 12 Inch Car Subwoofer
EXO-12 // 3000 Watts RMS 12 Inch Car Subwoofer
EXO-12 // 3000 Watts RMS 12 Inch Car Subwoofer
EXO-12 // 3000 Watts RMS 12 Inch Car Subwoofer
EXO-12 // 3000 Watts RMS 12 Inch Car Subwoofer
EXO-12 // 3000 Watts RMS 12 Inch Car Subwoofer

EXO-12 // 3000 Watts RMS 12 Inch Car Subwoofer

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Whether you’re looking to cause a tectonic disturbance or generate dynamic instability in the atmosphere, the CT Sounds EXO-12-D1 has the power to create the sonic explosion you crave. Can you handle the feeling of the Exosphere in your car? Bass yourself to the upper limits of the atmosphere with explosive sound pressure.

The subwoofer features a new and improved 4 inch - 4 layers flat aluminum USA voice coil, a triple stack Y35 grade ferrite magnet, die-cast aluminum basket, competition mega foam surround, dual premium braided tinsel leads, and a pure Nomex spider pack. Boasting a monster power rating of 3000 Watts RMS, this 12-inch subwoofer was engineered to deliver the decibels you need to destroy the competition in the SPL lanes.

Looking for some serious bass? You have come to the ultimate layer; bang the lows or blow the glass off your neighbor’s window, the CT Sounds EXO-12-D1 12 Inch Dual 1 Ohm Car Subwoofer might make you s*#% your pants.

Quick Facts:
RMS Power: 3000 Watts
MAX Power: 6000 Watts
Voice Coil Configuration: Dual 1 Ohm
Push Terminal Size: 4 Gauge
Specs
General Specifications:
Product Type: Car Subwoofer
Subwoofer Size: 12"
Voice Coil Configuration: Dual 1 Ohm
RMS Power: 3000 Watts
MAX Power: 6000 Watts
Voice Coil Type: 4 Inch - 4 Layer Flat Aluminum USA Voice Coil
Magnet Type: Triple Stacked Y35 Ferrite Magnet
Bottom Plate Type: Signature Chrome Low Carbon Iron Bottom Plate
Surround Type: Dual White Stitched Competition Mega Foam Surround
Cone Type: Composite Paper with 6% Carbon Fiber Reinforcement
Tinsel Lead Type: Dual Braided Flat Copper Tinsel Leads
Terminal Type: 4 Gauge Push Terminals
Basket Type: Cast Aluminum
Spider Material: Pure Nomex
T/S Parameters:
Qes: 0.51
Qms: 2.95
Qts: 0.43
Fs: 37.251 Hz
Vas: 14.98 L
Mms: 346.32 g
Cms: 0.04747 m/N
Re: 1.7 Ω
Bl: 16.92 Tm
Le: /
Sd: 471.4 cm²
Xmax - Single Way (mm): 27.5 mm
Xmax - Single Way (cm): 2.75 cm
Vd (Sd*Xmax): 942.8 cm³
SPL: 86.4 dB
Box Specs
Subwoofer Measurements:
Cutout diameter 10.79"
Overall diameter 12.28"
Mounting depth 9.33"
Box Specifications:
Port Area 40 in 2
Displacement 0.25 ft 3
Flat Response Curve (SQ):
Sealed  -
Ported 2.5 ft 3
Tuning Frequency 33 Hz
Boomer Response Curve (SPL):
Sealed -
Ported  3.0 ft 3
Tuning Frequency  36 Hz

*Flat response curve (SQ) is geared towards people looking for responsiveness. This style box is loud on all frequencies, generates little impedance loss, and can utilize an amplifier rated at the same RMS as the subwoofer.

*Boomer response curve (SPL) is geared towards people looking for maximum loudness. This style box will be louder than the flat response curve at some frequencies, has a high impedance rise, and can utilize an amplifier rated at a slightly higher RMS than the subwoofer.

*Enclosure recommendations do not account for subwoofer, bracing, and port displacement.

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Whether you’re looking to cause a tectonic disturbance or generate dynamic instability in the atmosphere, the CT Sounds EXO-12-D2 has the power to create the sonic explosion you crave. Can you handle the feeling of the Exosphere in your car? Bass yourself to the upper limits of the atmosphere with explosive sound pressure.

The subwoofer features a new and improved 4 inch - 4 layers flat aluminum USA voice coil, a triple stack Y35 grade ferrite magnet, die-cast aluminum basket, competition mega foam surround, dual premium braided tinsel leads, and a pure Nomex spider pack. Boasting a monster power rating of 3000 Watts RMS, this 12-inch subwoofer was engineered to deliver the decibels you need to destroy the competition in the SPL lanes.

Looking for some serious bass? You have come to the ultimate layer; bang the lows or blow the glass off your neighbor’s window, the CT Sounds Exo-12-D2 12 Inch Dual 2 Ohm Car Subwoofer might make you s*#% your pants.

Quick Facts:
RMS Power: 3000 Watts
MAX Power: 6000 Watts
Voice Coil Configuration: Dual 2 Ohm
Push Terminal Size: 4 Gauge
Specs
General Specifications:
Product Type: Car Subwoofer
Subwoofer Size: 12"
Voice Coil Configuration: Dual 2 Ohm
RMS Power: 3000 Watts
MAX Power: 6000 Watts
Voice Coil Type: 4 Inch - 4 Layer Flat Aluminum USA Voice Coil
Magnet Type: Triple Stacked Y35 Ferrite Magnet
Bottom Plate Type: Signature Chrome Low Carbon Iron Bottom Plate
Surround Type: Dual White Stitched Competition Mega Foam Surround
Cone Type: Composite Paper with 6% Carbon Fiber Reinforcement
Tinsel Lead Type: Dual Braided Flat Copper Tinsel Leads
Terminal Type: 4 Gauge Push Terminals
Basket Type: Cast Aluminum
Spider Material: Pure Nomex
T/S Parameters:
Qes: 0.59
Qms: 3.19
Qts: 0.5
Fs: 37.61 Hz
Vas: 16.23 L
Mms: 348.31 g
Cms: 0.05142 m/N
Re: 3.7 Ω
Bl: 22.65 Tm
Le: /
Sd: 471.4 cm²
Xmax - Single Way (mm): 27.5 mm
Xmax - Single Way (cm): 2.75 cm
Vd (Sd*Xmax): 942.8 cm³
SPL: 85.5 dB
Box Specs
Subwoofer Measurements:
Cutout diameter 10.79"
Overall diameter 12.28"
Mounting depth 9.33"
Box Specifications:
Port Area 40 in 2
Displacement 0.25 ft 3
Flat Response Curve (SQ):
Sealed -
Ported 2.5 ft 3
Tuning Frequency 33 Hz
Boomer Response Curve (SPL):
Sealed -
Ported  3.0 ft 3
Tuning Frequency  36 Hz

*Flat response curve (SQ) is geared towards people looking for responsiveness. This style box is loud on all frequencies, generates little impedance loss, and can utilize an amplifier rated at the same RMS as the subwoofer.

*Boomer response curve (SPL) is geared towards people looking for maximum loudness. This style box will be louder than the flat response curve at some frequencies, has a high impedance rise, and can utilize an amplifier rated at a slightly higher RMS than the subwoofer.

*Enclosure recommendations do not account for subwoofer, bracing, and port displacement.

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Customer Reviews

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Brad (Tooele, UT)
Fact

I have 2 12 mesos on a taramp md8k on a headway and they eat like a mf wish they had a better line of 18s tho they should do a exo or meso 18

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Tom (San Diego, CA)
Stop clipping and it won’t smell

For the review that “C” left, what size amp
Do you have. How did u tune it? You need to give this clean power. Yes you will always be smelling it, even if it’s 200 watts if you’re giving it a clipped signal. My brother has one of these and he’s feeding it 5k rms of clean power and it wants more. Been doing this for over a year too….. so, how it’s so easy to blame the product.. you may want to brush up on your install/tuning knowledge bc I will say with confidence you are wrong and user error

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C. (Richland, MS)
great but

ive noticed over the time ive had this the rated rms of 3000 for constant play they tend to only play for bout 2 minutes b4 you start to smell them get a lil warm
i thought rms was for constant play guess not with these but cant complain to much still a great sub just seems to be overrated on the rms power

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Nate
Monster of a sub

I waited to write this review for a few months because I really wanted to put this sub through its paces. I'll be the first to admit that I underestimated just how big, heavy, and power hungry it was going to be. That mistake cost me some unnecessary money buying amps that were too small (because how much power can a single 12 actually handle, right?). Im currently running it on a JP33, and at times I still wonder if its underpowered. Anything under 3k watts, and its laughing at it. I highly recommend this sub for anyone whos planning to run a serious amount of power, along with the correct electrical, including lithium and an upgraded alternator. With the correct power and enclosure, its violent as hell. If you are looking to stay within a tight budget and dont want/plan to do the necessary upgrades to run the kind of power that these subs require, the Exo might not be the best choice for you.

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Jonathan (Sheridan, WY)
Beast

The Exo sub is an absolute beast. I haven't hooked them up yet, but the sub is almost as big as my son, and definitely weighs more. 8" strato in the photo for comparison.