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Orion HCCA154 15" Dual 4 Ohms 5000W Nominal Power Car Subwoofer DVC 2500W RMS (Each)

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Orion HCCA154 15" HCCA Series DVC Dual 4 OHMS 5000W Nominal Power Subwoofer 2500W RMS

The Orion HCCA154 is a 15-inch subwoofer with 2500 watts of RMS power that ensures proper handling of sustained music reproduction. With a sensitivity rating of 84 dB, the Orion HCCA104 efficiently converts power to clear sound. This Orion car speaker features a polypropylene cone for superior bass performance. Additionally, this 15-inch subwoofer has dual 4 ohm copper wound voice coils that create a symmetrical magnetic field, which results in minimal distortion. This Orion car speaker features an enhanced voice coil cooling system for effective heat dissipation and optimal operating efficiency.


  • 4" Resin Coated Copper Voice Coil on an Aluminum Former
  • 2500 Watts RMS
  • 5000 Watts Nominal
  • Tri-Radius Symmetrical Surround
  • Peak to Peak Travel
  • Dual 4 Ohm
  • Dual Flat Conex Spiders with Loop Stitched Tinsel Leads
  • Quad Cooling System; Vented Former, Vented Basket, Heatsink Motor
  • Field Replaceable Cone/Voice Coil/ Spider Assembly.

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