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Orion HCCA124 12" Dual 4 Ohms 5000W Nominal Power DVC Car Subwoofer 2500 Watts RMS (Each)

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Orion HCCA 124 12" HCCA Series 4 Ohm 5000W Nominal Power DVC Car Subwoofer 2500 Watts RMS

So you want the best in an SPL woofer? Well, look no further. The new Orion HCCA124 subwoofers are the baddest subs on the planet. Hands down. You could call our HCCA124 sub a "super woofer", but really it's the superior woofer! With its massive 4" high temp voice coil and immense motor, this subwoofer can reach as much as 4" of travel.


  • Massive 4" high temp voice coil
  • Diameter: 12"
  • MAX Power Handling: 10,000 Watts
  • Nominal Power Handling: 5000 Watts
  • RMS Power Handling: 2500 Watts
  • Voice Coil: DVC
  • Voice Coil Type: Black Coil
  • Sensitivity: 84 dB
  • Mounting depth: 10-3/4"
  • 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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