We’re all about the details here at NVX. That's why we include a rubber trim ring gasket with our N-Series subwoofers. The trim ring provides a tight seal against the sub and the box it is being mounted to, in order to prevent air pressure from passing between the two.
We’re all about getting the most bang for our buck, a key reason why we chose to include high-roll foam surround technology in the N-Series woofers. The surround itself is constructed with high excursion foam, which keeps the inward movement of the surround perfectly symmetrical with the outward movement.
Our custom basket offers several distinct advantages over traditional designs. We purposefully chose an especially open basket to improve airflow to reduce compression of the motor structure for both improved cone control as well as reduced back-wave interference.
The stout 2" high temperature voice coil is constructed from a copper wire wrapped around an aluminum former. This industry standard design is powerful enough to readily drive the cone with strict linear control, yet at the same time remains efficient enough for the compact, space saving magnet structure.
We chose a highly magnetized single stacked Ferrite magnet for the motor structure in the new N-Series. This magnet allows for greater power handling and voice-coil control during high excursion limits.
After testing scores of different cone materials, we decided on a custom blend of fine Ultra-Light Non Pressed Paper fibers. This stiff yet lightweight material produces spectacularly accurate bass with a rich, natural tonal quality prized by audiophiles. The smooth matte finish of the cone offers a sleek, modern accent to the interior of any car.
At NVX we understand that the components of a subwoofer must work in harmony to achieve sonic excellence, and that a subwoofer is only as reliable as its weakest link. There is perhaps no better example of our relentless attention to detail than the unique attachment method of our tinsel leads. Whereas the leads of most subwoofers are simply glued atop the spider, ours are glued at the basin of each fold in the spider with enough slack on top for unrestricted excursion.
We didn't even skimp on the magent boot for our N-Series subwoofer. Beside looking better than a bare magnet the rubber boot protects the magnet from chipping and possible corrosion that can affect magnets exposed to the elements.