Skar Audio EVL-65 D4 6.5" 400 Watt Max Power Dual 4 Ohm Car Subwoofer
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- 6.5-inch Dual 4 Ohm Subwoofer
- Peak Power: 400 Watts | RMS Power: 200 Watts
- 2" Copper Voice Coil, Sensitivity (Spl): 82.8 dB
- Great Low End Frequency Response | Fs: 64 Hz
- Small & Compact Subwoofer, Hard Hitting Bass
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Skar Audio EVL-65
The Skar Audio EVL-65 subwoofer was designed to be the most responsive, powerful, and efficient 6 inch subwoofer on the market.
Don't be fooled by it's size, the EVL-65 is one monster of a subwoofer, featuring a 2" pure copper voice coil, and a powerful 39 Oz single slug ferrite motor.
The small size of this driver allows it to be very versatile, and can be used in a variety of applications where adding a woofer might not otherwise be possible.
The Skar Audio EVL-65 6.5" Subwoofer is the smallest woofer that Skar Audio has to offer. With a RMS power rating of 200 Watts and a Max power rating of 400 Watts, the EVL-65 packs a punch.
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The Skar Audio EVL-65 D4 subwoofer was designed to be the most responsive, powerful, and efficient 6.5-inch subwoofers on the market. Don't be fooled by the size, the EVL-65 is one monster of a subwoofer, featuring a 2" pure copper voice coil, and a powerful 39 Oz single slug ferrite motor. The small size of this driver allows it to be very versatile, and can be used in a variety of applications where adding a woofer might not otherwise be possible. Conservatively rated at 200 watts RMS Power, and 400 watts max power. Dual 4-ohm voice coil. Sensitivity: 82.8 dB, Fs: 64 Hz, Xmax: 6.25mm one-way. Subwoofer Mounting Depth: 3.561", Subwoofer Cut-Out Diameter: 5.826".
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I do have a couple issues: (1) It can be quite easy to over-power this sub. I have a 300W amp and just when I think I have it dialed in, i'll hear the sub bottom out and I have to drop the gain down more. I have my amp running at what seems like 50% and I still find certain songs which cause it to bottom out. I would argue that even though this sub can technically handle 200W RMS, at that level, you are probably going to end up with some unexpected peaks above 400W. I think a more realistic RMS value is probably 100-150W or you run the risk of bottoming out. (2) My second issue is the terminal connections. The way they are angled into each other makes it a real pain to use spade terminals. If the terminals I used didn't have a sheath on them, there would definitely be a short.
In conclusion, if you have the space then you should definitely get a bigger subwoofer. If you don't have the space, then this is a great 6.5" subwoofer.
I was hesitant at first because the 6.5" speaker was $20 more than the 8" speaker. The reviews were so good on this speaker I decided to give it a try. I am glad I did because these are good speakers. I am a Skar Audio fan for life. Bass response is really good for such a small speaker.
My father (RF engineer) managed to take the connectors from the blown jbl 6.5 4ohm quad coil, and weld them to the new Skar 6.5 4ohm dual coil. Then we connected everything and the new subwoofer blown the old TDA7377 receiver on the amplifier board.
So my father replaced it with a new TDA7377
And the bass works now PERFECTLY!
WOW. THE BASS SOUND IN MY CAR IS EVEN BETTER THAN THE OLD JBL I HAD.
I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS VALUE FOR MONEY.
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EDIT, after 8 months of abuse, I’ve blown them. Done very well for a teenager that abused the hell out of them.