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Club WS1200

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Haut-parleur grave 30 cm (12") à montage peu profond

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JBL Club SUBWOOFER

Le dernier subwoofer JBL Club offre une flexibilité d'installation incroyable. Sa conception extra-plate lui permet de se monter parfaitement même dans les emplacements les moins profonds, parfait pour les voitures compactes d'aujourd'hui. Le cône de subwoofer en polypropylène fournit une réponse des graves exceptionnelle à des fréquences aussi basses que 27 Hz. Mais ce qui différencie réellement ce haut-parleur est la SSITM (Selectable Smart Impedance, impédance intelligente sélectionnable) spécifique de Harman, qui permet ausubwoofer de fournir à l'amplificateur une charge de 2 ou 4 ohms en basculant un commutateur.

N° d’article JBLCLUBWS1200BLK

Caractéristiques Générales

Type 12" Shallow mount subwoofer
Peak power handling 1000W
Power handling, continuous average 250W
Nominal impedance 2 ohm or 4 ohm, switch selectable
Sensitivity (2.83V/m) 92dB
Mounting depth 3-5/16 (83mm)

Audio Specifications

Frequency Response 27 – 175 Hz
  • Subwoofer 250W
  • Notice d’utilisation
  • Informations techniques

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Club WS1200 est évalué 4.9 de 5 de 7.
Rated 5 de 5 de par Great value I put 1 12 in my 2008 GMC crew cab in .85 cu. ft. box on 750 watts and it slams. I was very surprised by the sound quality. It doesn't sound like a flat woofer!!!!
Date de publication: 2017-10-17
Rated 5 de 5 de par Van-Shaking Bass! Bought one of these for my VW T4 van. Built a sealed enclosure for it and it sounds incredible. Bass is van shaking and goes really well with my JBL GTO 6x9s. Great for adding some extra kick to older styles of music and even better for adding some thunder in genres like Drum and Bass!
Date de publication: 2017-09-02
Rated 5 de 5 de par Excellent Unit I used to do pro concert audio about 20 years ago. We were mostly using EV, Celestion and Peavey. A local distributor started importing JBL and their power and clarity for size ratio was very impressive. They were a bit costly at the time though. I recently had the desire to upgrade my vehicle audio. The JBL speaker units were affordable and so I gave them a try. Brilliant speaker. It's an auto speaker so the sensitivity is less than a pro unit which would be around 100 - 103dB, but I am really impressed. I put a single unit in the boot in a sealed enclosure and it fills the car completely: Tucson SUV. I used a sealed, off-the-shelf product - yes, I used to tune all my cabinets to the TS parameters - but I don't have the tools or the workspace for it at the moment so I had to settle. 27Hz is low, and even in a shallow, closed cabinet it reproduces the low B (31Hz) of an electric bass or double bass consistently and clearly. The only issue is the speaker diaphragm displacement. I can't find the exact excursions limits but on the kick drum and low-end chords it is significant. So significant in fact that that the sealed cabinet actually 'kicks back'. It bottoms out in the cabinet and 'flaps'. But, that's not the driver's issue - it's an asset - it's a cabinet issue. I plan to purchase another unit, and get the fitment centre to put the two into a reflex-type enclosure. I'm leaning towards a 6th order bandpass but I haven't done the calculations yet, so that may change. Highly recommend the unit.
Date de publication: 2017-08-06
Rated 5 de 5 de par Perfect for any size car Put this in a sealed enclosure running a much higher rated amp that what the sub can handle. Turned down the gain to match it up, ran the sub in nicely and it is working amazingly. Especially since I'm running a single 12" in a sealed box in what is effectively a station wagon. The OHM switch is an amazing feature that makes life much easier and so much quicker to do an install.
Date de publication: 2017-07-24
Rated 5 de 5 de par Absolutely love it I bought it a couple weeks ago so glad i did definitely a upgradd from my last one
Date de publication: 2017-04-21
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i am considering buying 2 of these for a dodge ram with a q bomb box( .65 cubic feet of internal air space). is that enough air space? and if so what amp would work better ( gx-a3001 or club 5501)? thank you

Posée par: cusser
Yes like they said you can go up or down 10% and that box you mentioned is .65cuft per side so you're good to go.
Répondue par: Sgt Mule
Date de publication: 2018-12-09

What is the minimum space required behind the sub woofers mounting depth? Internal dimension of the box. Would 90 mm total depth be sufficient?

Posée par: Shail
At least an inch of clearance from the back of the woofer to the back wall of the enclosure would be more than enough.
Répondue par: Amir at Customer Service
Date de publication: 2017-12-02

What is the xmax of this sub in MM, do they play in sealed or ported? what size sealed and what size ported and what size port and length, if you answer all 5 questions i will buy some

Posée par: CDGG
Here are the answers to your questions. 1. X-Maxx (MM) = 7.65 (either Impedence). 2. Sealed Enclosure = 0.75 cubic feet. 3. Ported Enclosure = 1.75 cubic feet with a 4” (102mm) diameter port that’ll be 10” (254mm) long, tuned to 33Hz. 4. Band-Pass Enclosure = 1 cubic feet rear and 1.75 cubic feet front with a 4” (102mm diameter port that’ll be 7.5” (190.5mm) long, tuned to 53Hz. The full technical specification sheet is available on our product support page.
Répondue par: Joe G at Customer Service
Date de publication: 2018-06-20

i'm building my own box I have a 4" by 12" rectangle port drawn in my max depth for the box i can go is 4" so to get the 10" of depth I have to bend the air tunnel this is my first time building a box i'm using 3/4" mdf wood is that good enough or should

Posée par: mudrunner
We would like to work with you directly to help with your inquiry. Please submit a case request at https://www.jbl.com/support-contact.html and the Customer Service Team will be more than happy to assist you.
Répondue par: Karl Vincent
Date de publication: 2018-04-26

I'm looking to build a system running two of these speakers. I'm not sure what amp would work best with these speakers. I'd like loud full bass but I don't want to damage my speakers. 

Posée par: Colton985
The CLUB WS1200 can handle power up to 250 W with a selectable impedance of 2/4 ohms. You may use any amplifier that can drive power up to 200-250W at 2/4 ohms. I would recommend the GX-A3001. It can drive 200 W of power at 4-ohms.
Répondue par: Miko at Customer Service
Date de publication: 2017-12-02

How can I do a DIY with this sub on a 2016, F-150 with a start stop system. and what amp can I use.

Posée par: vallejol
We would like to work with you directly to help you with your issue. Please submit a case request at https://www.jbl.com/support-contact.html and the Customer Service Team will be more than happy to assist you.
Répondue par: Mario at Customer service
Date de publication: 2019-03-22

I looked through the specs and could not find the exact mounting depth. Also what would the recommended enclosure dimensions be? Thanks!

Posée par: 404NotFound
The mounting depth and recommended enclosure specs came with the accompanying owners manual and tech sheet for the WS1200, which can also be downloaded above.
Répondue par: Amir at Customer Service
Date de publication: 2017-12-02

Recomended boxsize, closed and vented ?

Posée par: Pvforever
A .75 cubic foot is recommended for sealed enclosure and 1.75 cubic foot for vented enclosure. For vented enclosure, you would tune the box to 33Hz by putting in a 4" diameter port that is 10" long. As for the shape of the box, it is impossible to give these dimensions as we don't know where you will be putting it. So the shape must be decided by you. Here's a way to calculate the sides of an enclosure. One cubic foot is 1728 cubic inches. Let's say you want to build a 6.5 cubic foot box. Convert 6.5 cubic feet to cubic inches by multiplying 6.5 times 1728, which equals 11232 cubic inches. The area of a rectangle can be calculated by the formula Length x Width x Height = Area. So, pick two sides that you would like to come close to. Lets say a height of 22 inches and a depth of 20 inches. I'll pick 24 inches as the width to start. 20 x 22 x 24 = 10560 - too small 20 x 22 x 26 = 11440 - too large 20 x 22 x 25.5 = 11220 - CLOSE ENOUGH So, your internal dimensions would be 22" High, 20" Deep and 25.5" long.
Répondue par: Joe G at Customer Service
Date de publication: 2018-03-08
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