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Listening

When it came time to listen to the Kicker system, I simply carried it into my listening room and connected two wires. Done. Couldn’t be much simpler or easier, and it will be the same thing in your car. With the signal crossed over at 100Hz and -24dB per octave and the subsonic filter at 28Hz, I sat down with a couple dozen of my favorite bass tracks and put the DCVR104 system through the paces.

I began with a Ricky lee Jones “Danny’s All Star Joint”. This track has the amazing Willie Weeks on bass, laying down very well defined electric bass lines, with some awesome plucking thrown in for good measure. The Kicker system sounded great, and actually surprised me a little with how much output it had. Willie’s bass sounded real, with good definition and a sense of warmth and fullness.

I went through several more songs from Rush, Nine Inch Nails, Robert Plant, The Eagles and others, and then I switched to country. The very well recorded kick drum at the beginning of Brooks & Dunn’s version of “My Maria” sounded exactly like it should with the rapid attack and a warm resonant decay in the kick drum notes. You could easily hear the batter on the drum head, but with just the right amount of resonance to provide warmth and realism. A few more country tunes, and I switched to some 50 Cent, Nelly and Eminem. Same thing… good, deep very rich sounding bass with lots of output even at low power levels. The huge port ensured no air rushing or whistling noises, and the system handled all the power I threw at it without complaint. A half dozen classical music cuts with everything from string basses to kettle drums and cannon fire proved that this woofer system is truly well designed, and regardless of your musical preferences, the Kicker DCVR104 woofer system is ready for whatever you like.

On The Bench

With the listening completed, I brought the system back into the lab and removed the woofers. As advertised, the enclosure is made of good quality MDF, and is very ruggedly built. The carpeting was nicely applied, and the seams were very well concealed and straight. After measuring the Thiele-Small parameters of the woofers, I re-installed them and measured the overall system impedance and frequency response. During this process, it was easy to verify the tuned frequency of the system at 38.4Hz, less than 1Hz off of the spec’d 39Hz.

Conclusion

With its warm, rich sound and good overall efficiency, the Kicker DCVR104 subwoofer system is one of those systems that can handle pretty much anything you throw at it, and sound good doing it. It looks good, is relatively small for the output it provides, and it’s very well made. So if you would much rather avoid all the technical issues and construction hassles and simply choose a pre-made subwoofer system for your ride, the Kicker system isn’t likely to disappoint. Regardless of your musical tastes, this is a good sounding, well made system that will fit in most average to large size vehicles, and provide you with instant sonic gratification.

 

For more information  visit www.kicker.com

 


 



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