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The CT Sounds TROPO8-4 is a 8” shallow midrange pro audio speaker designed to add mid-bass powerful enough to keep up with the loudest of SPL applications. The loudspeaker features a copper-clad aluminum (CCAW) voice coil which performs better than copper voice coils at middle to high frequencies. CCAW is also lighter than copper wire, therefore, allowing this speaker to have a higher sensitivity and be louder than copper wire at certain frequencies.
Another unique feature is that this midrange speaker will fit in your vehicle's factory 8” speaker slots without having to alter any existing speaker slots in your vehicle. If you want to cruise 100 mph down the highway with the windows down and still have your music heard over the wind noise, then look no further than the CT Sounds TROPO8-4 8” shallow midrange speaker.
|RMS Power:||200 Watts|
|MAX Power:||400 Watts|
|Speaker Type:||8” Midrange Speaker|
|Voice Coil Configuration:||Single 4-Ohm|
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I originally bought this amp to run my front stage components but it has evolved into running 12 drivers on my front stage and it’s not breaking a sweat. I highly recommend this amp, I’m certain that you won’t be disappointed.
I bought 4 of these for my wife's car. At first I did not like how these were modeling on the box software so I decided to only use two just in case they didn't work out right or was I wrong two of these is easily equivalent to one decent 12 ported. I have these in a series tuned sixth order plays from 23 to 68 effortlessly I am truly blown away. Box specs are .74 after displacement tuned to 29 with 7.4sq in of port and 1.2 tuned to 56 with 28sq in of port. 6in ported and sealed thru the rear deck. Rap, R and B, Country it doesn't matter they are super loud on 200 watts for both. When they break in I'll give em about 750 watts. Not cleaned up up just testing.
I have the 1500 on a kicker L7 and love how it pushes it!!!