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Orion CT40 4"Cobalt Series 2-Way Coaxial Car Speaker 300 Watts Max Music Power (Pair)

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Orion CT40 4"Cobalt Series 2-Way Coaxial Car Speaker

Universal 4" 2-Way Cobalt Series Coaxial Speakers by Orion¬ģ. The new Cobalt Coaxials increase the range of Speaker models covering the major part of the vehicle market. The complete line range has been improved in power, in sound quality, in efficiency and most important the best price taking in consideration the quality offered.


  • High in power, efficient in performance, reliable in service
  • User-friendly design, ergonomic handle, solid construction
  • Will become your right hand in DIY and repair projects
  • Made to meet stringent quality and safety requirements


  • High Quality Polypropylene Injection Cone 
  • Butyl Rubber Surround 
  • 1” High Temperature Voice Coil 
  • 1” Neodymium Mylar Dome Tweeter 
  • Silver Terminal Connections
  • 20 Oz Super Strontium Ferrite Magnet Structure 
  • 30W RMS / 300W Max Music Power 
  • Frequency Response: 56HZ ~ 22KHZ 
  • Sensitivity: 86.5 dB/W/M
  • 4 Ohms Impedance 

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