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Orion XTR154D 3000 Watts Max DVC 15" XTR Series Dual 4 Ohm Car Subwoofer (Each)

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Brand new Orion XTR Series 15-inch subwoofer! This high-performance subwoofer features an extended and bumped backplate, 2.5" copper-wound voice coil, UV coated paper/fiber blend cone, reversible top gasket, loop stitched tinsel leads, and 750W RMS/1500W nominal. If you want it loud, this is the route to go!

Extended and Bumped Back Plate
2.5" Copper Wound Voice Coil on a Kapton Former
UV Coated Paper/Fiber Blend Cone
Reversible Top Gasket
Loop Stitched Tinsel Leads
Push Terminals
RMS Power: 750 Watts
Nominal Power: 1500 Watts
Max Power: 3000 Watts
Mounting Depth 8.54"

Subwoofer Series: XTR (Orion)
Subwoofer Size: 15"
Peak Power Handling: 1500 watts
RMS Power Handling: 750 watts
Voice Coil(s): Dual
Impedance (Per Voice Coil): 4 ohms
Voice Coil Diameter: 2.5"
Frequency Response: 20 - 250 Hz
Sensitivity: 86.3 dB
Subwoofer Design: Round / Circle
Main Cone Color: Black
Woofer Composition: Paper
Woofer Surround: Nitrile Butadiene Rubber NBR

1 Orion XTR woofer
1 Mounting Template
1 Trim Ring
1 Owner's Manual

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