Vonyx SPSL15 15" Speaker Chassis Driver 800W

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Vonyx SPSL15 15" Speaker Chassis Driver 800W
( BBA0720 )

( BBA0720 )

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Regular Price £58.00 Special test Price £52.00
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Key Features

  • 200W RMS Power/400W Max Power/800W Peak Power
  • Impressive power from a 15 inch speaker chassis, with a peak power of 800W
  • With a frequency range of 30Hz to 3.5kHz, this driver is ideal for bass or midrange applications
  • Contains a stiff suspension and vented magnets, producing excellent sound quality
  • Easy connective spade terminals for installation in awkward places
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Product Description

This is the Vonyx 15 inch, 8 Ohm Chassis Speaker. With it's stiff suspension and it's lowest frequency hitting a modest 3.5kHz, and with it's highest hitting 30Hz, this high quality Vonyx driver is ideal for bass/midrange appliance, particularly for speakers used for PA and is perfect for those in need of replacing their old, worn parts or for those embarking on their very own DIY PA speaker project. So, why not order today and experience this great product with a little help from us here,.

  • 8 Ohms impedance
  • Vented magnets
  • Stiff suspension
  • Spade terminals
  • Peak Power: 800W
  • Power max: 400W
  • Speaker size: 15"
  • Impedance: 8 Ohm
  • Frequency response: 30Hz - 3.5kHz
  • SPL @ 1W/1m: 88dB
  • Voice coil: 38.8mm
  • Magnet weight: 26 oz
  • Mounting diameter: 355mm
  • Mounting depth: 125mm
  • Weight: 2.3kg
  • MPN: 902.242
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Product Questions
Loa này sản xuất ở đâu? Thông số Fs, Qts., Xmax là bao nhiêu?, cảm ơn.
Question by: Tuổi Chuột on 20 Apr 2020, 09:51
This speaker is made in China. Please contact us directly for your other questions as I am unsure what you mean
Answer by: Josh Hebbard on 20 Apr 2020, 12:57