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Pioneer Premier TS-W5102SPL

Item #: 16932

12" 6000W Dual 2-Ohm Competition Class SPL Subwoofer
$649.00
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K Wall - Sandusky, Ohio
02/03/2014 02:01 PM

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First off chris from boston incorrect. Undrpowering dont blow woofers.... Distortion does. Thats why its better to have the right amount of RMS to power them because everybody tries to squeeze as much as they can out of there amp when it has a low rms rating.

L Evans - petersburg va
09/15/2013 05:10 PM

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I had these sub for three yrs and they are the truth. I only had a punch power 2000. so who ever say its garbage bring it on.

chris - boston
08/26/2013 07:15 PM

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Just want to say wow heard 4 of these at a db comp really amazing sub.. just wanna say to those people who say underpowering a sub will blow it u need to take a day an read some more on ur audio.. no way will u blow a sub by underpowering a sub with clean power.. u can blow it by throwing ur sony explod amp clipping the hell out of it.. that would be the only damn way ud blow a sub.. u can use 750.1 power anything as long as ur gain is set right no distortion or clipping u will be fine

Youngvet 2000 - Lexington, KY
02/17/2011 08:13 PM

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To Aaron from Etoen Kentucky...I need to hear this. I live in Lexington KY and I have two 15 inch Orion HCCA's which are the truth! Lets meet halfway somewhere off the BG and let loose. That is my first time seeing this sub so i'n interested. Contact me on Facebook- Thaddeus Lee Carter- Look foward to hear from ya.

Rusty - sb indy
01/06/2011 12:27 AM

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I had this ran off a sundown saz3500 and sounded good. But way too over priced and not anywhere near worth it. I dropped this to run my dc lvl 5 15 off the saz3500. My lvl 5 makes this look what pioneer is, garbage.
slimshady - cobb
11/19/2010 01:42 PM

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this thing is a beast slaps way harder than my 15 solox and i had t4000 on it kicker is not so good they suck all product is sloppy
Arron - Etown, ky
04/01/2010 03:44 PM

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i have 2 of these and yes it is a beast there is no sub out there that will hang with it, And for the guy that said this is garbage u must cant afford it bc it cost twice as much as a solo x, i have mind ran it a Stetson 7kd which is the best amp out there, hittn around 155.2 wit the amp pretty much off...
Mexican - Canada
03/31/2010 08:46 AM

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I bought this sub so me and my friends could listin to the sone bass from a pit bull song up in my single cab 1982 Toyota and be fore I put the sub in we could fit a couple of guys but now we can only fit 10 guys in it I'm using a rft4000.1 with a one farad cap Ive also mounted my amp behind my radiator because it already cought my interior on fire so it should stay cold behind my radiator but for some reason my engine is over heating.
satin - HELL!?!?!
12/22/2009 02:09 PM

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how dare you jesus, im comin up their to tear your shit apart.... satin out
chad - Columbus, MS
10/26/2009 02:31 PM

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i love these subs i have 2 of them in the back seat of my truck pushed by a 10,000w kicker warhorse sounds great but aint got nothing on my solo x 12s
Tyler - Billings, MT
10/18/2009 11:38 PM

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The best sub i have ever owned. The base is the clearest i have ever had. I am only pushing it with a 750w rms kicker amp, and it sounds amazing. Soon to buy the new MTX amp to realy push it. If you dont have this sub, you dont know what true pure sound is, Pioneer rocks!!!
Chris - Houston, TX
05/11/2009 10:14 PM

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Excellent sub with a strong motor and a feature set that rivals DD's and RE XXX's. The excursion isn't as extreme, but for strong daily drivers, I'd prefer the elegant build quality and engineering of the Pioneer's any day. As James said, low power DOES NOT blow subs, heat kills subs. As long as a sub is fed 10-20% of its RMS power and is in the proper box, the cone is moving enough air to cool properly. When the signal is clipped at the amplifier (due to poor gain setting), the square wave acts like DC current, holding the cone still (momentarily) and drastically reducing cooling efficiency. Again, heat kills subs. Poor box design can also unload the woofer, with too low of impedance for the cone movement. Too much electricity and not enough cooling will melt the coil. Heat. The cone design (on the inside) of this sub is excellent at heat dissipation, so you'd have to be deaf not to notice the clipping before it blows, at 2000w RMS. Joe, Ian, Bud, and Darius are ignorant and shouldn't be listened to. Set up your amps right, and run the calculations and stop spreading lies. This is an excellent sub, as are most of Pioneer's high end.
Kevin - Oak Cliff, Texas
05/02/2009 01:31 PM

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I have this sub running on 3000w rms in a sealed box custom for a 09 audi S. Hell yeh I love it. Turning heads every where in big D, boppers, gold diggers, haters mad. A dream come, ready to do it all over again.
james - utah
02/20/2009 01:42 AM

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>> If you dont give a sub at least 75% of its rms power, it will blow. Its called clipping a voice coil. If you can only afford an amp that puts out around 1300 rms, then buy a sub that needs 1300 rms, not a sub like this. Common sense guys. Umm, you an idiot? I don't think you know what clipping is. Clipping is when the top and the bottom of a sine wave is "clipped" off, making the peaks flat. It almost turns the sine wave into a square wave. According to your logic, unless your always powering a sub with 75% of it's rated power handling, it will blow. You can never even turn it down, it would blow the sub. Underpowering a sub will not blow it, however sending a clipped signal into a sub will. As long as the system is configured to NOT send a clipped signal, ie, the outputs on the amp are fed into an oscilloscope so you can view the sine wave and the output on the head unit or preamp is turned up most of the way, and the gain on the amp is turned down until the sine wave on the oscillscope stays a sine wave, and no parts of it are clipped.
brad - lauderdale fl
02/18/2009 07:08 PM

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some of you guys need to understand general electronics. take it from somebody who has been doing this for 15 years and is ase certified in a6 electrical. if you have a dual 4 ohm and wire it in series you have an 8 ohm load. if you run the 2600 at 1 ohm its going to hit at 4 ohms at stereo, bridged i believe it will run 2 ohms.but if its dual 2 ohm it will run 1 ohm briged. so take your dual voice coils and wire them in parralell, because if its in series its more ohms and current flow follows the path of most resistance. wich causes heat wich leads to blown voice coils... etc.. so yes wired right and the right set up this sub will be amazing.
mike - New York
02/14/2009 07:22 AM

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you have got to be kidding joe, i have a 10" pioneer primer w2501D and it can handle my hifonics bxi2006d just fine.
joker - california
02/02/2009 11:12 PM

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the guy who said this sub is garbage knows nothing about subwoofers since this sub is the current world record holder
ian - georgia
01/31/2009 09:24 PM

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to joe - yes he was underpowering the sub and by a great deal. being a dual 4 ohm sub it would be at a 2 ohm load on the brutus 2600 which means 1300 watts rms. UNDERPOWERING BLOWS SUBS! this sub is actually an amazing sub and is currently the type of sub used by the world record holder. one of these subs will shake your eye balls lose. just give it the right power and it will perform nicely
joe - wisconsin
01/10/2009 03:05 PM

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just for everyones information, the hifonics brutus 2600 puts out 2600 rms...plently of power for the sub...pioneer subs are just horrible try a solo-x instead of this garbage...
bud - wisconsin
12/20/2008 03:40 PM

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If you dont give a sub at least 75% of its rms power, it will blow. Its called clipping a voice coil. If you can only afford an amp that puts out around 1300 rms, then buy a sub that needs 1300 rms, not a sub like this. Common sense guys.
jesus - heaven
12/02/2008 07:36 AM

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the reason the retard below me managed to blow this badass sub is because the moron wasnt even sending rms wattage to it. maybe u should learn how to wipe your ass before you install yourself another stereo buddy..
Darius Whitehead - Michigan
10/16/2008 12:45 PM

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This sub is OVERRATED!!!! The voice coils will overheat and the sub will blow. It pounds really hard but 4 other people I have ran into have had the same problem. I was only give it half the power of my hifonics brutus 2600
Donnie - WI
05/06/2008 05:34 PM

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I have two of these subs in my 99 tahoe and they are insane!!! i was trying to sell them due to the amount of money it was going to cost me to have them set up rite, i am glad i didnt! i had two bd2001 one for each sub but i needed three alt's and three batteries, so i settled for one amp to both 12's and its loud enough i cant imagine what it would have sounded like with both amps. definatley a pro-sub and not for the lightweights.
Psycho - McAllen Tx.
04/16/2008 11:00 AM

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this sub has yet to dissapiont me whenever i crank it out at the mall ...people tremble even if im playing somthing with high bass awsome sub for the price too
Matt - Mt.Vernon, IL
12/04/2006 09:32 AM

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Awsome sub! People can't believe i only have one in my trunk.. Pounds harder and hits deeper than any single sub ive ever heard..
David M - HG
09/09/2006 02:57 PM

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This subs is the loudest 12" in the world if u dont believe it put it to the test. Just make sure you have plenty of power to mouve it. 3 cubic ft per sub tune to 33 Hrt 38 cubic Ft Port per sub. loud street bass car
J-Rizoc - south,SC
07/03/2006 09:06 PM

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dont beleive the busting the eardrums,but will bust a window no doubt.had 1 of these subs in a tuned ported box with a rockford fosgate bd30001 in my blazer. talk about heads hurting. worth the money,just need the right amp. on the meter i rated 164.6db. do it big!
Ivan - Bulgaria
04/17/2006 12:45 PM

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This is the most strongly bumping subwoofer I have ever heard! Let me tell you something: There are traffic lights near the Car audio-service, where I mounted the woofer. So at last when we tested the TS-W5102SPL, the cars at the crossing just did not leave when the lights were green - everybody was listening and looking at the SUB! The feeling of this brute music power is unique!
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