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JBL BassPro Hub

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Item# JBLBASSPROHUB
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kr 4.000,004000.0 each

In stock. Estimated delivery time 2-4 business days

General Specifications

Amplifier Power 200W RMS (2 ohms)
Frequency Response 30Hz – 150Hz
Fuse 30A
Maximum Current Draw 30A
Quiescent Current Draw <1.2A
Crossover Frequency 50Hz – 150Hz
Crossover Slope 24dB/Octave
Bass Boost 0 - 12dB Variable @ Fix 50 Hz
Line level input sensitivity 0.2 V - 4V
Speaker level input sensitivity 0.5V - 10V
Dimensions (D x H) 14-3/16” x 6-1/2”(D360mm x H165mm)

Speaker Specifications

Resistance 2 ± 15% Ω
Resonant Freq 28 ± 15% Hz
Frequency Range F0 ~ 300Hz
SPL 84 ± 3dB
Rated Power 200 WATTS
Max. Power 300 WATTS
Material of cone Rubber Edge Fiber Glass Cone
  • BassPro Hub Subwoofer
  • Safety sheet
  • Quick Start Guide (full manual online)
  • Hardware for attachment to vehicle
  • Wiring harness
  • Remote controller with 5 meter cable
The new JBL BassPro Hub subwoofer delivers show & shine performance without crowding your passengers or sacrificing cargo area. This all-in-one powered subwoofer system fits into the hub of your spare tire for a super easy installation and out of sight sound solution. The built-in Class D amp delivers 200W RMS and is designed to work with the BassPro Hub subwoofer and enclosure as a system. The 11" (279mm) feather-light fiberglass woofer cone with rubber surround delivers the signature kick and punch of JBL bass. And with over temperature protection (OTP) and over current protection (OCP) you can count on reliability at peak volume levels. The included remote control enables adjustment of crossover point, gain, phase—and a bass boost of 12dB when you're in the mood and on the move. Whether you're cruising or competing, the JBL BassPro leaves the competition behind without missing a beat.

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JBL BassPro Hub is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does the job! Very well indeed Lovely unit. Shakes the car. Does not take space. Lots of options with the supplied controller.
Date published: 2019-03-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Vilken total överraskning. Denna bas är exceptionellt kraftfull! Hur mycket jag än vrider upp volymen hänger den med. Och nog skakar backspegeln. Bigtime!! Kompisarna pratar om att ljudet liknar det på clubben. .
Date published: 2019-03-16
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what amp model would you recomend to pair with this

Asked by: tsfan13
This sub has an built-in amp, therefore an external amp is not needed.
Answered by: camry9298
Date published: 2019-05-08

Is 8 gauge sufficient for a power wire or should a thicker gauge be used?

Asked by: Daniel A
That's plenty. According to one calculator, this amp draws 28 amps. Hence the 30 amp fuse. The same calc shows 10 gauge is good for up to 35 amps at up to 16'.
Answered by: KapnK
Date published: 2019-03-30

Hello JBL, I have a 2018 Jeep Renegade Latitude with OEM Navigation system; Without Beats Audio System. I would like to buy the new JBL BassPro Hub but I'll need to buy a 2-channel line output converter? I think that my system hasn't a remote output. Tks

Asked by: Melegaro
If you tap your existing speakers and use the high level input on the unit, no. It has voltage sensing so it's automatic. Basically, amps with high level inputs have a built-in loc.
Answered by: KapnK
Date published: 2019-03-30

Would this fit in the spare (mini spare type) of a 2003 Miata?

Asked by: codymc
Unfortunately, we can't verify if the BassPro Hub would fit your 2003 Miata, though if the location where you plan to put it is 11&quot; in diameter, then it should fit in theory; otherwise, you may need to do a custom install.
Answered by: Steven M
Date published: 2019-03-02

If using the high level input, do you still need a remote turn on wire? I want to use my factory stereo and just tap into the existing speakers.

Asked by: Buzman
You do not need to hook-up a remote when using high-level speaker inputs. The sub's amp will automatically turn on when it senses signal from the speakers.
Answered by: Wheat
Date published: 2019-02-21

Does the remote control need to remain plugged in at all times? I would like to set the gain, crossover and boost and have the amp retain the settings after I unplug the controller. Please confirm.

Asked by: Wheat
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