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I have two 12" pyle speakers and want to use them but do not know what they are for sure. The numbers stamped on the frame are MH12C600 and C1098949. These were built in the Huntington Indiana plant I believe. Can you help me determine what voice coil size and power rating and what the speakers audio use should be for.


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hey found the answer to your question while looking for mine own, heres is the link to the pdf. it has all the specs from the company(pyle) dealing with the 10,12 square sub.
the info you are looking is under the category/ Vas (cuft.) which if i am reading correct to get the best sound you would need to build your box with 4.14 cubic feet. but look for yourself
http://www.pyleaudio.com/manuals/PLSQ10D-12D-PLW12DREN.pdf
Lance

Posted on Mar 25, 2009

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You may want to check ALL the connections and make sure you are connected properly. You SHOULD surely hear a lot of sound even with such a small wattage amp. Blown speaker? Blown amp? Have them tested. Also the REM or remote line on the amp is a overlooked wire.

Posted on Feb 22, 2010

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making a sealed box would be the correct enclosure for that sub, http://cdn.cloudfiles.mosso.com/c128031/sc-image/7/1/4/3/7143ed32a19c9a357a99e344a440d7e8.jpg th that image has one way you can have it look like, the black plastic piece is a connector point that is drilled out then glued to the side or back of the box, the other way is up side down/ reversed http://www.billkatz.com/images/ces_pics/ces_subwoofers.jpg Any sealed enclosure will do, 8 inch are not that powerful so any enclosure.

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SOURCE: My 2006 12" L7 kicker sub isn't working like it

On the amp there should be High pass and a low pass setting. Put it on low pass cause if its on high pass or in between it produces normal noted like a speaker. Low pass will filter out all the high frequencies.

Posted on Jun 14, 2010

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SOURCE: Coustic Car Audio 12RS Car Speaker Watts

That all depends.

I have a Sony Xplod Sub, also 12" and 4ohm, and it is a 1000w sub.

But my friend has sub that is also 4ohm and yet it is only 500w.

The ohm mean nothing when trying to figure out the wattage.

Try www.coustic.com for more info (site will not load for me)

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hey found the answer to your question while looking for mine own, heres is the link to the pdf. it has all the specs from the company(pyle) dealing with the 10,12 square sub.
the info you are looking is under the category/ Vas (cuft.) which if i am reading correct to get the best sound you would need to build your box with 4.14 cubic feet. but look for yourself
http://www.pyleaudio.com/manuals/PLSQ10D-12D-PLW12DREN.pdf
Lance

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