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Orion HCCA102 10" DVC Dual 2 Ohms 4000W Nominal Power Car Subwoofer 2000W RMS (Each)

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Orion HCCA 102 10" HCCA Series DVC Dual 2 Ohms 4000W Nominal Power Subwoofer 2000W RMS

Orion has reloaded their legendary HCCA range of Subwoofers by adding a new higher quality and higher-powered voice coil, increasing power, performance, and temperature control, all of which combine to satisfy the most demanding requirements of HCCA customers and fans and continuing the legend of HCCA. Orion’s HCCA HCCA102, legendary for its power is now more powerful than ever.

Features

  • Diameter: 10"
  • Massive 4" high temp voice coil
  • RMS Power Watts: 2000
  • Nominal Power Watts: 4000
  • Voice Coil: DVC
  • Voice Coil Type: Black Coil
  • Mounting Depth: 8-3/4"
  • Sensitivity: 84 dB
  • Polypropylene cone woofer
  • Rubber tri-radius symmetrical surround
  • Dual flat conex spiders with loop stitched tinsel leads
  • Enhanced voice coil cooling systems
  • High-temperature PAARC (Polyester Amide, Amide Resin Coated) voice coil
  • Copper wound voice coil on an aluminum former

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