Club 1024
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SSI™ (Selectable Smart Impedance)

Most car audio system designs call for 2- or 4-ohm impedance. Series II subwoofers feature an exclusive dual impedance switch that lets you choose either load impedance option. Not available from any other manufacturer, SSI lets you reconfigure your system by simply flipping a switch.

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Strong on performance, big on flexibility

Car audio systems rely on powerful bass for great sound. System designers look for configuration flexibility. The Club Series deliver both. Designed to suit a range of applications, these 10- and 12-inch subwoofers produce signature JBL bass performance in sealed or vented enclosures. But the flexibility doesn’t end there. These subwoofers feature SSI™ (Selectable Smart Impedance), an exclusive impedance switch that lets you select the optimum impedance—2 or 4 ohms—for your system. So you get the powerful JBL bass you want, in the configuration you choose.

General Specifications

10" (250mm) car audio subwoofer
Power Handling
250W RMS, 1000W peak
Sensitivity (@ 2.83V)
Frequency Response
30Hz – 175Hz
Voice Coil Diameter
2" (50mm)
2 or 4 ohms

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Product Q&A

Are the T/S parameters available for this product? Or at least the response/impedance curves?

Asked by: CG 1138
Hi! The T/S parameters for our Club 1024 is available on the Owner's manual [].
Answered by: Nick F
Date published: 2021-06-06

I bought a 12" jbl club subwoofer, had it for about 2 weeks and now having sound quality issues. Is anything supposed to be free moving in the sub? Like a metal cylinder inside?

Asked by: Matt912
Yes, that metal cylinder between the magnet and the cone is called a voice coil and that's the part that moves which in turn causes the cone to vibrate. You're not supposed to hear any type of sound coming from the moving parts inside the speaker. If you're hearing sound other than the music itself then you'll need to contact our customer support to be able to isolate the issue and check on your options.
Answered by: Ray at Customer Support
Date published: 2021-06-06

what are the enclosure specs for this sub woofer?

Asked by: Max321
Thank you for your question. Please refer to the Thiele-Small Parameters in the device's owner's manual on If you need further assistance, please submit a case request at and the Customer Service Team will be more than happy to assist you.
Answered by: Charline
Date published: 2021-06-06
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