"Feel like having so much bass that you can set off car alarms in the mall parking garage? Take it from me, there's nothing funnier than leaving a parking garage wailing with a dozen car alarms. These subs kick, and they kick hard. Not only that, but they provide great sound quality. Weather your focus will be on blowing out windows, or hearing clear bass in your favorite tune, these subs get the job done, and then some."
It don't take much to set off alarms in a parking garage. Pyle isn't RE, JL or Kicker but they were good on a budget back in the days (80's). I know things have changed and my set of Purple Pyle 15s in a flea market sealed box powered by a legacy 400 watt amp in the back of my 16ft delivery truck in 1988 when I use to deliver beds, it really thumped. I know it doesn't compare to what we have now (not even close) but looking back, I really enjoyed my Pyles, lol..Polo.
I just love the fact that they call their company "Pyle", as in "pyle of sh!t", or "I didn't know they stacked sh!t that high".
The marketing guy must have been smoking crack when he was trying to come up with a name for budget (putting it nicely) car audio equipment. It's like, "hmmm, I think we should call our company "Paperweight"! Named for what our products become after a few weeks of use! "Yes by god! That's brilliant!" Hahaha
Fact is "Pyle Driver" hasn't changed much and may have been the whole problem, everyone else evolved to better and new stuff but they remained on the budget side. They were very popular back in the days and sure bring back memories. I remember my first quality amp and it was an A/D/S power plate 80 then followed by an Orion Cobalt 230 which drover two Pyle 15s in a 10cf box in the back of a 85 Monte SS... Polo..