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Earthquake Sound TremorX-124 1250W 4 Ohm Voice Coil 12" Car Subwoofer

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Earthquakes next generation of TremorX subwoofers is ready to get louder and lower than any other subwoofer in its category. The new TremorXs are built with TCT technology which allows the driver to play louder longer by keeping the voice coil running cool at all times. These bad boys also have stitched leads, reinforced dust cap construction for linear movement, and bigger, more effective magnets with added cooling devices to increase efficiency even more. The TremorX subwoofers have no equal and are ready to prove it.

12" 1250 Watt High Performance Subwoofer
New design
High SPL
Stitched tensile leads
Spring loaded terminals
TCT (Turbine Cooled Technology)
V-12 aluminum voice coil
Thick high density magnet
Pressed pulp fiber cone
High roll surround
Authorized Dealer

Free Air Resonance (Fo): 29,1094Hz
Electrical "Q" (Qes): 0.617
Mechanincal "Q" (Qms): 5.794
Total Speaker "Q" (Qts): 0.5576
One Way Linear Excursion: 1.1" (27.94mm)
Effective Piston Area (Sd): 0.0444 sq m.
Efficiency (1W/1M): 86.9786dB
REVC: 3.5 Ohm
BL: 15.4653TM
VAS: 1.6456 cu ft.
Nominal Impedance: 4 Ohm
Power Handling: 1250 Max

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