By Gideon V. – Sonic Electronix Editor
Now you can add “Brute” force to your car audio system. The Hifonics Brutus line boasts some the hardest-hitting subwoofers in the industry. These efficiently tuned powerhouses will keep your seat vibrating and your ears ringing. The specially designed 100-oz. magnets are supported by nickel-plated ported back plates to reinforce the mainframe of the subwoofer as you “rock out” with your music bumping. This subwoofer can sustain peak performance even during the most intense musical breakdowns. The polypropylene cone enables this sub to endure the high temperatures found in the vehicle setting.
The Hifonics B10D4 is a 10” Brutus series dual 4 ohm subwoofer. This woofer can emit a chest pounding 500 watts of RMS power. Producing such intense bass puts a lot of stress on a subwoofer, but Brutus subwoofers are fashioned with a stitched Nitrile-Butadiene Rubber surround to prevent the woofer from tearing. The NBR material is a synthetic rubber that keeps the cone secure while the woofer reverberates to the rhythm. It is very strong and resistant to a wide range of temperatures, making it an ideal component in car subwoofers. The cone is reinforced with a special neck support to prevent the sub from falling apart throughout periods of heavy usage.
The Hifonics B15D2 is a 15” Brutus series dual 2 ohm subwoofer. You ears will be begging for mercy when you put this sub in your car, as it can handle up to 700 watts of continuous power! As with every Brutus subwoofer, the B15D2 has a polypropylene cone woofer that is stitched into place with a NBR surround. The anti-resonance magnet boot mitigates unwanted wave cancellation and is one of the reasons why this subwoofer is able to provide an amazingly accurate bass response.
Even though Brutus subwoofers absolutely pound, Hifonics designed them to provide amazingly clear playback as well. You can put your Brutus subwoofers in either a ported or sealed enclosure. Either way you, you will enjoy the best of both worlds: audio clarity with deep bass. Brutus subwoofers bang so loud, it’s brutal!