KICKER stunned the car-stereo world 14 years ago with the announcement of the world’s first square subwoofer, providing more cone area, more air movement, and more decibels than any like-sized woofer on the market. Now, the all new L7 is the foundation for the flagship launch of the prestigious 2015 Q-Class product line. The KICKER L7 Subwoofer again reaches new heights in technology and design, capturing the imaginations of 2015 CES Innovation Award judges and solidifying itself as the crown jewel among industry subwoofers.
The 2015 KICKER L7 Subwoofer delivers impactful bass with massive magnets for high SPL, large voice coils for extreme power handling and a rigid square cone assuring the most output possible. The L7 stands alone as the most unique subwoofer on the market, with a cone shape that is exclusively designed to produce more output.
KICKER engineers were confronted with a huge challenge: finding a way to genuinely improve on a masterpiece. The result is an all-new design worthy of being labeled the new reference for high-performance, low-frequency drivers. L7 represents a mobile-audio subwoofer to which there is no comparison for durability, quality or performance, but most of all for sound. The ultra-rigid, injection-molded square cone was a KICKER first, and now it’s stiffer than ever as the patented ribbed corners completely dictate cone motion. Simply put, the square cone represents more surface area than a similarly sized round cone, pushing more air than its counterpart. More air movement assures louder volume, and that’s what KICKER and Livin’ Loud is all about.
The woofer’s motor structure is like nothing else, computer-optimized with the largest voice coils to date for the most power handling (RMS) ever. Because of the extreme power, oversized magnets are utilized for precise voice-coil control, while finned, aluminum voice-coil heat sinks maximize heat dissipation and overall coil cooling for best results under stress. Low-carbon, solid extended poles allow for extremely long coil excursion and provide higher mass for better cooling. A durable, multi-material Blue-Lace spider furnishes superior cone alignment and control during excursion. The die-cast aluminum alloy basket is tough enough to defy warping or vibration, and make for the most efficient motor structure, and all polymer components, including a 360-degree protective cone brace, are laser-etched for the most positive bond strength possible. Variable, cross-section elastomeric surrounds provide extended linear excursion, and a stitched cone/surround attachment protects against any potential separation. All instill a mindset of toughness and durability.
L715: 15″, 1200 watts, 2 or 4 ohms (DVC)
L712: 12″, 900 watts, 2 or 4 ohms (DVC)
L710: 10″, 750 watts, 2 or 4 ohms (DVC)
L78: 8″, 500 watts, 2 or 4 ohms (DVC)