HIPPOXL84R - 8" 900 Watts RMS Dual 4 Ohm Subwoofer

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The 2019 GeekWrapped 'best product in category' winner; Hippo XL 84R is a CEA 2031 Certified Subwoofer apart of the current wildly popular HIPPOXL Series Subwoofers. Big Bass with a Big Bottom! The XL84R is Dual 4 Ohm, 900 RMS 1800 Max and uses a high temp 2.5” Aluminum VC, 120oz stacked Strontium Magnets with tight Red stitching that’s sewn through Kevlar Fiber Non-Pressed Paper Cones.

FEATURES:

  • Heavy Duty, Rugged Industrial Textured Cast Aluminum Basket
  • High Energy Double Stack Strontium Magnet Structure
  • Dual Impedance High Temp Aluminum 2.5” Voice Coil Former with Kevlar Spunlace
  • Kevlar Fiber Reinforced Non-Pressed Paper Cone with Industrial Textured Finish
  • Red Stitched Edge to the Cone’s Edge for Added Strength
  • Over Sized Mirror Image Dual Poly / Nomex Spiders
  • Black Anodized One Piece Pole-Plate for Added Motor Force
  • Heavy Duty Direct Input Wires Connection to Voice Coils
  • Reinforced Fiberglass Woven Dust cap for High Power Applications
  • Custom Tooled Rubber Gasket and Magnet Boot

SPECIFICATIONS:

*T/S Parameters on website supersede user manual specifications

Size 8"
Peak Watts 1800
RMS Watts 900
Cone Non-Pressed Paper
Voice Coil 2.5" Dual 4 Ohm
Surround Tall and Narrow Foam
Magnet 120oz Strontium
Terminals Heavy Duty Direct Input Wires Connection
Basket Cast Aluminum
Tinsel Leads Heavy Duty Triple
X-Max 17.5mm 
SPL 78.58dB
Ported Box 12"H x 11"D x 11"W (Round Port 3" x 8")
Sealed Box 1.1 ft3
Fs 46.2 Hz
Re 3.6 Ohms
Le 6.12 mH
BL 27.99 Tm
Qms 7.98
Qes 0.446
Qts 0.422
Vas 14.22L
Cms 0.0356 mm/N
Mms 334.4g
Sd 530 sq cm
Vd 0.927L

 

*T/S Parameters on website supersede user manual specifications


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  • I have a mono amplifier of 1000w RMS X 1 ch @ 1 ohm, 600w RMS X 1 ch @ 2 ohm. This is enough to power with this speaker?

    Hello Anskie , Yes, that is plenty of power for normal daily music.

  • Whats the difference between the HippoXL and the XLR model?

    Hello Marciano, The difference is larger motor and stiffer suspension and more cooling to allow more a higher rms rating. Any questions let me know. Thank you.

  • What is the mounting depth on the xl84r model? Any suggestions for a truck box that would fit it?

    Hello Marciano, The mounting depth is 5.4".  As for a truck box, I would suggest one that is vehicle specific. How else can we help?

  • Thinking of running 3 HippoXL82R. 1) What would the optimal ported box volume and port dimensions be if they are all in shared space (Braced of coarse) ? 2) If wired in series/parallel (1.33 Ohms), would I put enough power to them for their combined RMS 1800. Or are they working as 1 therefore only need enough power for 1 sub ? can you suggest a amp wattage ?

    Hello Joe,  I would suggest giving the trio of HippoXL82R's roughly 1.75 cubes combined after displacement.  Tune in the 34hz range with about 26 square inches of port area.  For daily listening, that is plenty of power for all 3.