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Pioneer TS-G1320S G-Series 5-1/4" 2-Way 4 ohms Coaxial Speaker 250W Max

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Pioneer TS-G1320S G-Series 5-1/4" 2-Way Coaxial Speaker

Our TS-G1320S speakers are excellent choices to replace a bad set of factory 5-1/4" speakers. Their two-way design handles 250 watts max. power (35 watts nominal) and features Pioneer‚Äôs extremely strong and lightweight Injected Molded Polypropylene‚ĄĘ (IMPP) Composite Cone Woofer for improved sensitivity and reduced distortion.


  • 250 watts max and 35 watts of continuous power
  • Extremely strong and lightweight polypropylene cone woofer for improved sensitivity and reduced distortion
  • Progressive Flex Suspension System (PFSS) spider controls excessive vibration enhancing linearity producing better sound reproduction
  • 1-3/16" polyethylene terephthalate balanced dome tweeter for crisp highs
  • Shallow mounting depth fits a wide variety of vehicles without alterations


  • Size: 5-¼"
  • Tweeter Design: 1-3/16" Balanced Dome 
  • Woofer Composition: Injected Molded Polypropylene™ (IMPP) with MICA
  • Woofer Magnet Composition: Ferrite
  • Design: Coaxial 2-Way
  • Tweeter Composition: Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET)
  • Woofer Surround: Rubber Coated Cloth
  • Max. Music Power (Nominal): 250W (35W)
  • Sensitivity (1W/1 m): 88 dB
  • Mounting Depth: 1-3/4" (in.)
  • Frequency Response: 33 Hz to 24 kHz
  • Impedance: 4 Ohms
  • Cut-Out Dimensions: 4-3/4" (in.)

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