Pros: Tight, clear bass, can be pushed without damage.
Comments: These won't be the most affordable subs, but they are worth the money. They have the cleanest sound and I can put a lot of power through them with minimal distortion. With the 10", you get hard-hitting, snappy bass perfect for rock and metal. They make a good boom for hip-hop, but a larger sub will give the wide "rubber band" bass you'll most likely be looking for. I installed 3 of these JL 10s daisy-chained to an MTX Thunder series amp, and everything runs cool and loud. If you want to hear Lars' double kick drum in your skull while rocking out to "One", you need these subwoofers.