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Orion XTR104D 10" XTR Series Dual 4 Ohm 2000W Max Power DVC Car Subwoofer (Each)

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Orion XTR104D Orion XTR 10" Woofer 4 Ohm DVC 2000 Watts Max Subwoofer

The new XTR Woofers bring a series of changes to the benefit of the consumer. Orion's new XTR handles a much higher power compared to its predecessor and also has a better low frequency response.


  • Power Handling: Peak: 1000 watts / RMS: 500 watts
  • Paper cone woofer
  • Oversize nitrile-butadiene rubber surround
  • Dual cooling system
  • Tinsel leads stitched and looped across spider
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    • RMS Power Watts: 500
    • Nominal Power Watts: 1000
    • MAX Music Power Watts: 2000
    • Fs (Hz): 25.3/23.4
    • Qts: 0.52/0.50 (.49L)
    • Vas (cu ft): 1.245/1.396 (.35 cu m)
    • Sensitivity: 81.8dB/81.4dB
    • Voice Coil: DVC
    • Voice Coil Type: Black Coil
    • Diameter: 10"
    • Mounting Depth: 5"
    • Polypropylene dust cap - moisture and UV resistant
    • Oversized Nitrile-butadiene rubber surround
    • Paper woofer cone
    • Custom stamp steel frame
    • Kapton voice coil former
    • TT steel front plate
    • Large ceramic magnets
    • Steel back plate/pole piece T yoke assembly
    • PVC magnet protector
    • High temperature copper dual voice coil

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