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GTX124R a New CEA 2031 Certified Subwoofer that handles 1000 RMS 2000 Max by using a 3” four layered Dual 4 Ohm Anodized Aluminum VC. High powered dual stacked 150oz Strontium Magnets are riveted to ridged stamped steel low resonate baskets with UV treated Non Press Paper Cones that are double stitched in red into EROM Foam surrounds.
|Voice Coil||3" Dual 4 Ohm|
|Terminals||5 Way Binding Push Terminals|
|Basket||Heavy Gauge Steel|
|Tinsel Leads||Woven Round|
|X-Max||15mm + 10mm top plate|
|Ported Box||14"H x 16"D x 18"W / 14.85 sq. in. Port Area|
|Sealed Box||1.78 ft3|
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Can someone clarify how it is these subs are only rated to get as low as 43.4hz? As opposed to say the gtx124, thats capable of performing as low at 40.2hz? Is it the size difference in the voice coils? I'm more into the SQ of things, so im asking more in curiosity?
Alyxander, the 43hz on the Massive Audio site is the Fs, not the lowest it will play. The sub will play much lower into the mid 20hz range. Putting this sub into 1.5 cube enclosure sealed will be great for sound quality.
What is the cutout diameter of this subwoofer? Gtx124r
That would be 10.79 inches. You can find all of this information in the products manuals and those are located on each product page on the TAB called MANUALS & DOWNLOADS