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Punch Dual P3 12″ Loaded Enclosure

The P3-2X12 is a dual P3 12” vented enclosure with 1200 Watts RMS power handling wired to a 1-Ohm load. The enclosure is constructed with 5/8” MDF, covered in high density carpet, and features quick release compression terminals.

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Overview

The most convenient way to get low frequency bass in your system is to drop-in a Punch Loaded enclosure. We’re not talking junk in the trunk, we’re talking the same genuine Punch woofers available separately. Punch Loaded enclosures are constructed with durable 5/8″ MDF and tuned by our computer aided design software. P3 Loaded Enclosures feature similar tonal performance as P2 & P1 models, but with higher power handling capacity.

FEATURES AT A GLANCE

  • Proprietary high-flow, low-noise port
  • Constructed with 5/8″ MDF
  • 1 Year Warranty
  • High current binding posts

Technologies

CEA-2031

Power handling on Rockford Fosgate speakers conform to CEA-2031 industry standards.

Klippel Verified

“>Klippel is a speaker certification program allowing us to deliver the best possible subwoofers.

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Klippel Verified

Klippel is a speaker certification program allowing us to deliver the best possible subwoofers.

Specifications

Woofer Quantity

2

CEA-2031 Compliant

Woofer Size

12″

Woofer Series

Punch P3 (P3D4-12)

Nominal Impedance (ea)

1-Ohm
Internally wired to create a 1-Ohm amplifier load

Power Handling (Watts RMS)

1200 Watts RMS
2400 Watts Max

Enclosure Type

Vented

Enclosure Material

5/8″ MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard)

Speaker Connector

Up to 10 AWG compression terminals

Dimensions
Box (H x W x D)
Wedge (H x W x D1 x D2)

15. 125″ x 33.875″ x 15.75″
(38.4cm x 86cm x 40cm)

Shipping Weight

89.65 Lbs. (40.66 kg)

Compatibility

Support

Knowledge Base Articles

  • 2011 Punch P3 DVC Loaded Enclosures – owner’s manual

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Return Authorization

Contact the Authorized Rockford Fosgate Dealer you purchased this product from. If you need further assistance, call 1-800-669-9899 for Rockford Customer Service. You must obtain an RA# (Return Authorization number) to return any product to Rockford Fosgate. You are responsible for shipment of product to Rockford.

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Return Authorization Process

Diagnose First

Prior to requesting an RA, try to diagnose the failure. Many products we receive are sent back with No Trouble Found, usually due to incorrect installation. Use our RFTECH:Knowledge Base for troubleshooting assistance.

Contact Customer Support

Please call us during normal business hours at 1-800-669-9899 (option #1) and be prepared with the following information:

  • First and Last Name with complete Shipping Address
  • Product Name (T0D415)
  • Serial Number (12 or 13 digit number)
  • Failure Diagnosis (no output, no power LED, etc.)
  • Scanned copy of Original Receipt emailed to [email protected] (dealer name, purchase date, and item purchased must be legible)
  • Credit/Debit Card (if paying for out-of-warranty claims)
  • No money orders or checks.
Shipping Instructions

When shipping your product, your package MUST have the following information:

  • RA# Printed Outside of Box (as large as possible)
  • Copy of Original Receipt
Shipping Address

Ship your product (UPS or FedEx preferred) to the following:

Rockford/ AJR International
300 Regency DR
Glendale Heights, IL 60139
RA#:_______________________

Accessories

12″ Stamped Mesh Grille Insert

P2P3G-12

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12 AWG Speaker Wire Packaged 15 Foot Frosted Black/Silver

RFWP12-15

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Prime 10″ R2S Shallow Loaded Enclosure

The R2S-1X10 is a single 10” shallow enclosure with 200 Watts RMS power handling wired to a 2-Ohm load. The enclosure is constructed with 5/8” MDF, covered in high density carpet, and features quick release compression terminals.

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Overview

When you have no space for bass, our PRIME R2S 10″ shallow loaded enclosure is sure to be a perfect fit for your ride and your budget. These shallow loaded enclosures can fit in tight spaces due to the slim-line depth of 3.25″ on the top and 5.25″ on the bottom. The wedge design is optimized for single-cab trucks with limited seat travel. Are you ready to rock out? Yeah, we thought so.

FEATURES AT A GLANCE

  • Constructed with 5/8″ MDF
  • High current binding posts
  • Covered with high density carpet
  • 1 Year Warranty

Technologies

CEA-2031

This means your speaker has the capacity to handle power under continuous damand, not instantaneous power handling, that over time, can damage voice coils.”>Power handling on Rockford Fosgate speakers conform to CEA-2031 industry standards.

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CEA-2031

Power handling on Rockford Fosgate speakers conform to CEA-2031 industry standards.

Klippel Verified

“>Klippel is a speaker certification program allowing us to deliver the best possible subwoofers.

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x

Klippel Verified

Klippel is a speaker certification program allowing us to deliver the best possible subwoofers.

Specifications

Enclosure Material

5/8″ MDF

Woofer Quantity

1

Shipping Weight

19.9 Lbs (9.02 Kg)

Speaker Connector

Up to 12 AWG Compression Terminals

Dimensions
Box (H x W x D)
Wedge (H x W x D1 x D2)

13.5″ x 19.0″ x 5.25″ (bottom) x 3.25″ (top)
34.29cm x 48. 26cm x 13.34cm (bottom) x 8.25cm (top)

Woofer Size

10″

Woofer Series

Prime R2 Shallow (R2SD4-10)

Nominal Impedance (ea)

2-Ohm
Internally wired to create a 2-Ohm amplifier load

Power Handling (Watts RMS)

200 Watts RMS
400 Watts Max

Enclosure Type

Shallow

CEA-2031 Compliant

Compatibility

Support

Knowledge Base Articles

  • 2011.5 Prime R2S Shallow Loaded Enclosures – owners manual

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Ask Our Experts

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Return Authorization

Contact the Authorized Rockford Fosgate Dealer you purchased this product from. If you need further assistance, call 1-800-669-9899 for Rockford Customer Service. You must obtain an RA# (Return Authorization number) to return any product to Rockford Fosgate. You are responsible for shipment of product to Rockford.

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  • Submit Warranty Claim

Return Authorization Process

Diagnose First

Prior to requesting an RA, try to diagnose the failure. Many products we receive are sent back with No Trouble Found, usually due to incorrect installation. Use our RFTECH:Knowledge Base for troubleshooting assistance.

Contact Customer Support

Please call us during normal business hours at 1-800-669-9899 (option #1) and be prepared with the following information:

  • First and Last Name with complete Shipping Address
  • Product Name (T0D415)
  • Serial Number (12 or 13 digit number)
  • Failure Diagnosis (no output, no power LED, etc.)
  • Scanned copy of Original Receipt emailed to [email protected] (dealer name, purchase date, and item purchased must be legible)
  • Credit/Debit Card (if paying for out-of-warranty claims)
  • No money orders or checks.
Shipping Instructions

When shipping your product, your package MUST have the following information:

  • RA# Printed Outside of Box (as large as possible)
  • Copy of Original Receipt
Shipping Address

Ship your product (UPS or FedEx preferred) to the following:

Rockford/ AJR International
300 Regency DR
Glendale Heights, IL 60139
RA#:_______________________

Accessories

12 AWG Speaker Wire Packaged 15 Foot Frosted Black/Silver

RFWP12-15

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Making a box for a subwoofer Impreza 2008 + installation

I thought that maybe someone would be interested, so I post a report on the independent manufacture of a box for a passive subwoofer in the Impreza hatch.
Initial report here:
http://www.drive2.ru/cars/subaru/im…rnal/4035225266124000860#a4035225266124336843

I duplicate here. The original photos can be viewed at d2.ru

And so in stock:

1) passive subwoofer 12” Kenwood KFC-W3011. Rated power – 400 W, maximum – 800 W, peak power – 1200 W.
2) small trunk

Task :

With a rather large subwoofer, make a box that takes up the minimum amount of space in the trunk, but gives enough volume to realize power.

Material needed:

1) 12 mm plywood sheet (approx. 2*3 meters).
2) Epoxy resin (7 bottles came out, 3 times they drove up to buy more)
3) Brushes (various and many)
4) Cardboard (it was used for many purposes, so do not save on quantity)
5) Bars (about two bars of 3 meters each)
6) Polyurethane foam (if you want to give a beautiful shape)
7) Vibroplast (one sheet bought in Russia was enough)
8) Carpet (to taste, color and thickness of the wallet)
9) PVA glue
10) From the tool: scissors, clerical knife, pencils, electric jigsaw, grinder, screwdriver (drill), saw, self-tapping screws, adhesive tape (painting tape) and other necessary in place.

Place of work:

Private garage with light and socket.

Process

1) Creating a layout

The longest and most demanding activity for brain functions.
Using cardboard, scissors and tape, a box layout is made. Pieces are cut out of cardboard (future pieces of plywood), fitted and glued together. each piece of cardboard is signed, so that later it would be easy to understand which piece of plywood to join with which. Naturally, one must soberly assess that the possibilities of cardboard and its flexibility are somewhat different from the properties of 12 mm plywood. So due to the fact that the cardboard is thinner, we made one single mistake (which later turned out to be even a PLUS), thereby pushing the finished box to the center of the trunk by an extra 3-4 cm (which you understand is garbage) =)

We take out the finished layout, savor it.

(in the photo, a master needleworker and just a good friend of Airwalk)

2) Making a “fish” of a plywood box
After creating the layout, it is recorded which number of the cardboard is attached to which, and the layout is glued. Yes, yes, what has been going on for several hours is taken and pasted in 1 minute =(
All numbered cardboard boxes are laid out on plywood, circled in pencil and cut out. Naturally, pieces of plywood are numbered under the same number as the cardboard.

Then we recall the cardboard layout and repeat the same thing, only with plywood, where instead of adhesive tape, we use self-tapping screws to connect pieces of plywood. To create the rigidity of the box, all plywood joints are laid with bars and also fixed with self-tapping screws. If not docked, the plywood is sawn or sanded. As a result, it is savored.

Rear view (side docking the rear wall):

further on, absolutely all joints, slits, and indeed the whole box is coated with epoxy. Epoxy is generally a crazy thing, when it hardens, it becomes like wood, thereby fastening and toughening the box, as well as removing unnecessary slits that allow air to pass through. When particularly large gaps are found, an awesome thing comes into play, namely sawdust mixed in epoxy. This mass, easily stuffed into any corners, after drying, is not inferior to a solid tree.
In this state, leave to dry, essesno savoring.

3) Processing the box

After a day or more, we come back to the construction site. The box is examined for remaining cracks and other flaws. The protruding parts of the box, as well as the corners of the plywood, are sanded to give the feeling “like a baby’s bottom”.
Next, the inside of the box is glued with vibroplast in order to reduce vibration.

Another necessary step is to create the front of the box with the speaker cutout. Since we decided that one layer of 12mm plywood was not enough to mount the subwoofer, two more mount spacers were made, epoxy coated and screwed and attached to the front panel.
After that, we fix the panel itself to the box, coat it with epoxy. In our case, all the stores were closed, and the polyurethane foam turned out to be expired, so the box was left to dry in this state. going home to savor

One of the few things I took part in was screwing in self-tapping screws (sorry for the unpresentable appearance). The photo shows that spacers are attached to the place where the speaker is inserted.

Having bought some fresh foam (by the way, one bottle turned out to be bad), we started to shape the box. Relish bay all the right places with foam, leave to dry again.

Fotik safely forgotten, fotkali on iPhone.

Next, we arm ourselves with a clerical knife and proceed to carefully cut off the excess foam. All the time we run into the trunk to try on, after savoring, we cut again in the right places.
Since one bottle failed, we had holes that had to be covered with sawdust mixed in epoxy.

Having given shape, having savored, trying on, we proceed to the tightening stage. Honestly, I thought that it would be the most hemorrhoids, and the time when we fitted it was already past 22 pm, but Airwalk just worked some miracles before my eyes, deftly fitting, gluing and fitting the box again. Approximately an hour of time and in front of my goofy eyes lies a covered box. They put it to dry.

After drying, armed with carnations (furniture stapler – shortage and majorities), a hammer and a knife, the extra pieces were cut off and the joints and ends of the carpet were nailed.
Also in Rus’, a chip for wires was bought, to which, subsequently, we soldered the wires going from the subwoofer to the chip (inside the box). And already from the outside there is a wire from the amp to this chip.

Total

So far we have only baited the sub into the box, since the mesh (instead of the terrible gray decorative overlay) and the backlight have not yet been bought. Test drive with box inside revealed that:
1) The box does not need to be fixed in the trunk, it stands up very well, resting against the lining of the arch and seat, and does not go anywhere in sharp turns.
2) From the driver’s seat, the box is not visible at all, it is very carefully hidden behind the rear seat headrest.
3) Occupies a box – 1/4 of the trunk, time to remove the box – 2 minutes in Estonian

At the moment, the box is at home and is being cleaned of soaked glue, stains and other dirt.

Installation and connection:

1) The wire from the battery (with a break in the fuse) goes through the engine compartment -> through the rubber goes to the passenger’s feet and goes to the threshold. Most of all they were afraid not to find a hole from the engine compartment into the cabin. But an elastic band was quickly discovered through which the signaling wire was stretched. We inserted the wire into the same hole:

The same wire, completely alone, goes under the right threshold, goes behind the rear seats, goes along them and comes to the condenser. And already from the capacitor “plus” goes to the amplifier.

2) The wire from the radio + the power-on wire (so that the amplifier turns off together with the radio) + the wire of the amplifier volume control go under the threshold of the left side and go directly to the amp.

here is the very place behind the subwoofer, which I wrote about in the manufacture of the box. Due to the different thickness and flexibility of cardboard and plywood, the box did not fit all the way. But as I said, it turned out to be only a plus. It was in this space that the capacitor was located (just as if a place had been specially left for it), and vibrations on the skin were also excluded.

3) Monoblock Ivolga BG-4001 (www.avtozvuk.com/az/2008/01/094-ivol.html) fits perfectly into the foam to the right of the spare tire. Essesno foam had to cut a bit.

Result:

– wires are stretched exclusively in places “inaccessible to children” (under the thresholds, under the seats, inside the panel). The parking sensors wire was also pulled, “kindly” installed in the galaxy “on a blunder” and almost started chafing at the plastic joints …
– all open parts of the wires, as well as places where the wire can be frayed, are wrapped with corrugation
– 100 pcs of ties were spent to fix the wires where necessary.
– everything that is possible and impossible is insulated

The subwoofer bangs just disgustingly. After installing the speakers and Shumkov, the sound will be tuned thoroughly and finally. So far, the settings have not bothered, but it already plays perfectly.
Only the box for the subwoofer is open to the eye. Not a single centimeter of wires is visible until you recline the seats, or you open the floor above the spare wheel.

p.s. After finishing the installation at 2 am and starting to tune the subwoofer near the garage, a frightened security guard ran up to us and said that he thought something had exploded somewhere =)
When he saw the speaker in the trunk, he said that his son had the same one at home, but when he heard that this speaker was for a car, he asked “are we really crazy?” =)
actually after the requests “don’t blow up” the garage complex anymore” we had to curl up and go drink whiskey and cola

Subwoofers

Active

MBB-208A
Active cabinet subwoofer

MBB-252A, MBB-302A
Active cabinet subwoofer
closed volume

MBB-254A
Active subwoofer

MBB-258A
Active subwoofer

MBB-306A
Active subwoofer

MBB-308A
Active subwoofer

MBB-314A
Active subwoofer

MBS-312A
Active subwoofer

MBV-251A, MBV-301A
Active cabinet subwoofer
with bass reflex

MTB-200A, MTB-250A, MTB-300A
Active subwoofer tube

MTB-309A
Active subwoofer

MBB-20A
8” Active Compact Subwoofer

MBS-204A
8” Active compact subwoofer

MBS-304A
10” Active compact subwoofer

Passive

MBP-2500, MBP-3000
Bandpass Dual Cabinet Subwoofer

MBP-253, MBP-303
Bandpass cabinet subwoofer

MOB-25, MOB-30
Subwoofer box with bass reflex

MJB-100, MJB-120
Bass reflex cabinet woofer

MJB-10, MJB-12
Closed box woofer

MBB-252, MBB-302
Closed box passive subwoofer

MBV-251, MBV-301
Passive cabinet subwoofer with bass reflex

MTB-250, MTB-300
Passive tube subwoofer

MO-10S
High Power Woofer

MO-12S
High Power Woofer

MJS-12F
Free volume woofer

MJS-12
Closed box woofer

MJS-10
Closed box woofer

Subwoofer kits

MSK-12
Subwoofer Kit

MSK-12.