1200-Watt, 15" Single-Voice-Coil Subwoofer

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Item# GT5-15

General Specifications

Series GT5
Size 15

Audio Specifications

Sensitivity (2.83V@1m) 96dB
Peak Power 1200W
Nominal Impedance 4 ohms
Power Handling (RMS) 300W
Power Handling (Peak) 1200W
Frequency Response 20Hz – 400Hz

Woofer Specifications

Suspension Compliance (Cms – ?m/N) 102
Voice Inductance 1kHz (Levc – mH) 2.42
Driver Radiating Area (Sd – in2/cm2) 132.5/855
Electrical Q (Qes) 0.76
Free-Air Resonance (Fs – Hz) 27.3
Maximum Excursion (Xmax –in/mm) .57/14.5
Total Q (Qts) 0.67
Mechanical Q (Qms) 5.7
Voice Coil Height (Hvc – in/mm) 1.45/37
Compliance Volume (Vas – ft3 / l) 3.76/106.5
Voice Coil DC Resistance (Revc – ohms) 3.63
Magnetic Gap Height (Hag – in/mm) .31/8
Motor Force Factor (Bl – Tm) 16.53
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  • (1) GT5-15 15” Single 4-Ohm Subwoofer
  • (1) Owner's Manual

1 Year Warranty

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What would the optimum vented enclosure be for this? I want to get below 20Hz. I would guess a box around 2.5ft square with a 2" x 12" port?

Asked by: vidiman
The GT5-15 has a frequency response of 25Hz-400Hz, this is as low as that subwoofer can play. We recommend a 3.50 cubic foot box if you would like it with a vented enclosure. For the port, you would need to design it to be 4" diameter port that is 13" long to tune it at 30Hz.
Answered by: Ren at Customer Service
Date published: 2016-10-17

I have a 150 rms amp, is that enough to power this sub?

Asked by: Exploder001
Absolutely. The GT5-15 has an RMS wattage rating of 300 watts. This means that any amp with a power output of 300 watts per channel or less will work fine with this sub. On the other hand, if you are looking to get the sub as loud as you can get it, go with an amp that has a rating of 300 RMS watts. But do not go with anything more powerful.
Answered by: Joe G at Customer Service
Date published: 2016-08-16

What is the rms??? 

Asked by: Dountrell
Answered by: Leontreg
Date published: 2016-05-09
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