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Pioneer TS-G1320F 2-Way 5.25" Coaxial Speakers 250 Watts Max 4 ohms 35W Nominal

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Pioneer TS-G1320F 2-Way 5.25" Coaxial Speakers 250 Watts Max 4 ohms 35W Nominal

Brand: Pioneer
MPN: TS-G1320F
Condition: New

The improved G-series speaker range is specifically developed for premium and powerful audio, with excellent value for money. Their rigid design has been optimised with multi-bolt patterns, making it very easy to install any G-series speaker in your car. Thanks to their increased power handling and high sensitivity performance, these speakers reproduce deep, impactful bass and natural highs – even at high volumes.
This 13cm 2-way coaxial speaker delivers up to 35 Watts of nominal power and has a maximum power output of 250 Watts.

Size: 13 cm
Impedance: 4 ohms
Frequency response: 33Hz-24Hz
Sensitivity: 88 dB
Lowest resonance frequency: 101 Hz
Maximum power: 250 W
Nominal input power: 35 W
Woofer material: IMPP Composite Cone
Midrange size: 30 mm
Midrange material: PET
Voice Coil type: Copper
Voice Coil bobbin type: KAPTON
Magnets: Y35
Weight: 0.40 kg
Cut-out Hole: 121 mm
Mounting Depth: 44.3 mm

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