How do they stack up? The JBL CT-Bass Pro12 vs the Kenwood KSC-SW11 Compact

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Let's get started by taking a close look at the JBL CT-Bass Pro12.

Next let's have a look at the Kenwood KSC-SW11 Compact.

JBL CT-Bass Pro12 Kenwood KSC-SW11 Compact
+ Built-in cooling solution
+ Own amplifier.
+ 450 watts RMS peak.
+ Polypropylene cone - rubber surround.

+ Compact footprint.
+ All in one car audio subwoofer system.
+ High-quality construction.
+ Connect to car battery, grounding and wiring to head units

With a rubber surround polypropylene cone and all those watts, this is one of the best car subwoofers. This rubber surround subwoofer provides distortion-free bass at a high output. The housing has been systematically optimized - your car audio will sound incredible. Kenwood's KSC-SW11 is a prefect car stereo for those with limited space. It's also for those who aren't looking for anything overboard that requires mounting, and sucks their batteries dry while it wobbles the windows. It's great for someone who appreciates a bit of bass in their travel playlist.

The Bottom Line

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