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Item# 19901
JBL GTO1514D - $135.00
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JBL GTO1514D

Item# 19901

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Condition:  Brand New

15" 1400W Dual 4-Ohm Subwoofer

MSRP:$209.00
Regular Price:$139.00
Savings Of:$74.00 (35%)
Your Price $135.00

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  • Die-Cast Dual Voice Coil Subwoofer
  • Polypropylene cone woofer
  • Rubber surround
  • Tinsel wire protector
  • Die-cast aluminum basket
  • Priced per speaker
  • Subwoofers are usually sold as a single unit unless otherwise noted.
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   Ill Dill From wisconsin

I bought one of these jbl subs in 2010 and put it in a 1.9 cu.ft. Sealed enclousure I built and hooked it up to a 320w rms 2ch. Amp(not bridged) it worked real well until one of the tinsil wires broke..fixed it myself and it's still going strong. If this sub had the tinsil wires stitched to the spider I doubt I would have had this problem..i really like the sound qaulity of this jbl sub. i'm going to try some cerwin vega v-max 15's or some mtx 7515's next seeing as these subs have rubber surrounds and die cast baskets and better tinsil leads for 15-35dollars more per sub.  overall i would say this is definitly the best 15" sub for 140dollars or less..and a good buy

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   cameron From san diego
i have one of these in my ford rander wired down to 2 ohms runnin it of my hifoncs bxi 161 so its gettin around 1100 watts and have it in a custom 3.5 cubic foot box and this thing hits...makes go temporarly def but it also sounds clean and crisp ...definantly a great sub

   Rey Rodriguez From Santa Rosa CA
I have the 2/15' JBL's with both voice coils connected, wired at 4ohms for a 8ohm total load to the amp in the GroundShaker Box with the HiFonics True 400 Watts TITAN Amp, set a 3/4 of its power,(and thats not bridged) with a Electronic Crossover from HiFonics too, all in the 1999 Cadi so the box and all its works slide right behind the back seat to perfectly for a very clean look, while the woofers are facing towards the trunk opening and the sound is with no doubt powerful, no need to do any major tweaking or faking the bass its got it and very very good, if your CD has a track recorded in via the studio with megabass it plays it out very cleanly, like the newer Planet Rock hit redone, granted the car was in the garage at the time but according to my wife any where in the house as the song was playing shook the entire house, a brand new 2 story house. All items bought from onlinecarstereo.com Amp, Woofers, Box, Crossover and the EQ that is not even installed yet. Powerful combo, the only thing I was worried about was would the Amp Push hard enough but its has 1/4 power to spare and even than it could also be bridged cause its not, I have the amp and crossover set to stereo, sounds wicked.