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Rockford Fosgate Punch Stage Three, Single 12" 4 Ohm shallow pre-loaded enclosure. Optimized for unique applications for more bass in a small place. Visit www.RockfordFosgate.com 24 hours a day for technical support or call (800)669-9899 M-F 7 am to 5 pm MST.
Have a regular cab truck with no space behind the seat? We have the perfect enclosure that delivers respectable Bass where there previously was none. This pre-loaded enclosure features a single Punch Stage-3 12" shallow mount woofer and features a 4-Ohm impedance so it's sure to be compatible with several amplifiers.
Rockford Fosgate Punch Series Enclosures
The size along with the quality of construction of an enclosure for your new Rockford sub is almost as important as the sub itself. Rockford makes 8 different enclosures that cover just about every size, power and budget requirement. And they all have one thing in common: they produce the kind of bass you expect from Rockford Fosgate. So get a Punch loaded enclosure and start cruising!
Computer optimized design
Constructed with 1/2" MDF
Covered with high density carpet
High current binding posts
Wired exclusively with Rockford Fosgate speaker cable
Custom 10-AWG nickel plated push terminals
Extended pole piece and bumped vented backplate
High excursion Poly-Ether-Ester surround
High-temp voice coil with spun-laced Nomex? re-inforcement collar
Kevlar Fiber reinforced semi-pressed paper cone and ABS/Acrylic dustcap
Linear spider with embedded 16 AWG tinsel leads
Protective PVC textured magnet cover
Reversable diamond cut cast aluminum trim ring
Rigid die-cast aluminum low profile basket
Vented spider cavity
Woofer Series:Punch Stage 3 Shallow
Woofer Impedance:2-Ohm x 2 DVC
Power Handling:400 Watts RMS
800 Watts Max
Enclosure Material:1/2" MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard)
Speaker Connector:Up to 12 AWG Binding Post
Dimensions:H 13.5" x W 27.37" x D 5.25-3.25"
Thirty Years of Rockford Fosgate
Rockford Fosgate products have been designed and engineered in Tempe, Arizona since the beginning. Rockford's 30 year reputation is grounded in engineering and manufacturing some of the finest audio products in the world. The company's no-compromise approach has yielded patented iconic products such as the Punch EQ, Punch 45 amplifier and the 3Sixty integrated signal processor. Today, Rockford's new products push the performance envelope even further. Each new product is a step forward--they sound bigger, they play louder, and run longer. Rockford never settles for "good enough."
The 2010 product line represents the company's core philosophy. Rockfords new amplifiers, speakers and subwoofers have raised the bar on the competition.
What's in the Box
Rockford Fosgate Punch P3L-S12 Shallow Single P3S 12-Inch Pre-Loaded Enclosure, User's Manual
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