Wiki Community Board This can and should be used by you to post updated deal information. Be sure to read this because it may contain answers to your questions!
From BestBuy's site: DEAD
Enjoy high-quality sound on the go with this Pioneer TS-W309D2 12" dual-voice-coil 2-ohm subwoofer that features double-stacked magnets and a high-power motor assembly for powerful bass response. The seamless IMPP composite cone minimizes distortion.
Pioneer 12" Dual-Voice-Coil 2-Ohm Subwoofer
Geek Squad® installation is strongly recommended for this product. Please visit your local Best Buy store for details.
Handles up to 1400W maximum power (400W nominal)
For rich, powerful sound.
20-220Hz frequency response
For a wide range of accurate sound production.
Picks up the highs and lows for precise audio.
15-5/8" x 15-5/8" mounting length; 12-3/8" mounting depth (sealed enclosure)
For a proper fit.
12" seamless IMPP composite cone
Helps reduce distortion for crystal-clear sound. Dual-layer, fiber-reinforced elastic-polymer surround offers controlled bass response with enhanced durability.
2 ohms impedance
Conducts power to keep speakers working at optimal levels.
Along with a high-power motor assembly deliver deep bass.
4-layer voice coil
Enhances bass impact for a dynamic listening experience. Extended excursion design enables high volume levels.
Vented, extended pole yoke
Extends the magnetic field for improved linearity and temperature management
Last edited by sasmasterj; 06-18-2013 at 05:34 PM..
BRX160.2 - one channel to each voice coil; super easy to set up
BRX640.4 - one channel to each voice coil; super easy to set up
BRX1100.1D - parallel plus series wiring presents 2 ohm load to amp (bonus
is being a class D amp so it won't draw as much power from the battery, which
is good for smaller cars that come with 4 cylinder motors)
I have this single sub wired in series, then bridged the amp. Is that what you mean by 2 channel amp running at 2ohm per channel (bridged?)?
Any under $100 class d amps you recommend?
No, if you have the sub wired in series, you're presenting a 4 ohm load to the amplifier. Whatever your amplifier is rated to deliver while bridged at 4 ohm is what you're getting. If you tell me what kind of amp you have, I can better advise you.
I am piecing together my first car stereo with an amp. I have a 04 Tiburon GT. I just picked up a pair of Polk 6.5" db6501s (with tweeters), and I'm gonna use an old Kicker KX 600.4 amp. I was planning on just hooking up the Polks to individual channels 1 and 2, and bridge the other 2 channels for a sub. Would the 300W be appropriate to power this 12"? Or should I just go for a smaller sub, or different amp?
Slickdeals is able to share the best deals because of the contributions of users like you! If you found a great deal,
please share it with others by posting in our forums.
Welcome to Slickdeals!
Save money here by finding the lowest and cheapest price, best deals and bargains, and hot coupons. We're all about
community driven bargain hunting with thousands of free discounts, promo codes, reviews and price comparisons.
Don't worry, we'll help you find your way. If you haven't already, check out this
that explains the features of our site.