The new IMPP composite cones are designed specifically to prevent cone failures at high sound pressure levels. Composite Cones have a well balanced rigidity and moves in unison without any strong or weak points.
This makes this subwoofer different. Light weight urethane rolled edges increase displacement so that high power can be efficiently handled creating more bass.
Pioneer heat release structure can reduce ventilation holes & clearance gaps. The results are optimally efficient heat dissipation and prevention of entry of dust that can cause malfunction.
This app simulates in-car sound when Pioneer speakers are installed into vehicles. You can experience a difference with originally fitted speakers and Pioneer speakers.
This simulated experience is created by using real measurement data of the vehicles' sound field and speaker acoustic data.
Download Android App Download iOS App
Two progressive Flex Suspension System supports the voice coil effectively by dampening the large cone vibration and enhancing linearity of sound reproduction. Its soft part makes movement smooth and reproduces clear sound and at excessive input, its hard part controls excessive vibration and prevents movement error.
It increases heat capacitance and driving force substantially by providing more power to drive voice coil. It leads to bigger bass with less distortion
Enable large displacement. Helps in producing strong bass and High power handling.
Copper offers less resistance & is crucial in clear sound reproduction
Effeciently engineered to handle upto 1400W power input.
Gold plated terminals are excellent conductors with very less loss of energy (sound), preferred by audiophiles
Click to expand
Cone size: 12"(φ30cm)Cone
Type: Both Enclosure and free air use
Sound pressure level: 93 dB(±1.5dB)(in car)
Frequency range: 20 Hz ～ 100 Hz （－20ｄB） (in car)
Maximum power: 1400W
Nominal power: 400W
Impedance: 4 OHM Single
Terminal: Gold plated
Cone material: High rigid IMPP™
Surround material: Light Weight Urethane
Cutout hole: Φ281 mm
Mounting depth: 147mm
Dimensions (Dia x Depth): Φ318 (mm) x 164 (mm)
Manwinderjit Singh Sekhon on 25 Mar, 2018