I'm getting a 17$ 15" woofer and it has a cone made of poly and a surround made of rubber. It has 100 watts and 200 watts RMS. I am going to decide to buy it from www.parts-express.com I bought two 5½" woofers there for 4.88$ each. They sound really good and are 30 watts, 60 RMS. These speakers are on sale like half off and from buyout I think. I was just wondering if the 15" woofer is good. Go check it out on parts express yourself. I'm 14 and don't have a car so I can't get a good amplifier like boss or kicker amps, don't have a whole lot of money, and I live in an apartment so can't be so loud, but I like a lot of bass, and how would if I did buy a good amp, how would I hook it up into the wall?
Sometimes it doesn't necessarily mean that cheap products has a low performance level compared to the branded or expensive ones. It still depends on how you set it up, the right enclosure and the right amount of real power. You can also read some reviews regarding the product that you wanted to buy. You can also view some tutorials on how to install or hook up the woofer into your wall. Click here to view on the step by step procedure.