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MTX Audio Thunder T9512


$850.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Can handle a large amount of power without a problem. Rugged construction can handle a few bumps. Output can get extremely loud.

The Cons:Need an amp with at least 1500 watt output to get the full potential, sounds a little weak otherwise. Deep unit, takes up a fair amount of room, need to plan ahead before installing.

The MTX Audio Thunder T9512 is a 12" car subwoofer featuring an asymmetrical linear drive system to produce crisp, clear sound.  The subwoofer is designed with an injection-molded, carbon filled poly cone dust cap and aluminum deposition cone woofer for an increased stiffness to weight ratio.

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  It also has a stitched high-roll NBR surround to maximize excursion and a die-cast aluminum frame for strength and durability.  The Thunder T9512 includes MTX's Spider Plateau Venting Technology as well as a high-grade heatsink to keep the subwoofer cool.  It produces 1000 RMS watts of power and has an impedance of either single or dual 4-ohms depending on the submodel.  The T9512 is in the middle of the Thunder 9500 series with regards to power and size.

Features/Specs

  • 12" subwoofer
  • 4" single or dual 4-ohm voice coils
  • Die Cast Aluminum Frame Construction
  • High Roll NBR Surround
  • Expanded injection molded, carbon filled Poly Cone Dust Cap
  • ALDS Asymmetrical Linear Drive System
  • Spider Plateau Venting cooling system
  • 6063 extruded aluminum heatsink
  • 8-gauge nickel-plated compression poles
  • 260oz. Magnet structure
  • Power Handling: 2000 watts (peak), 1000 watts (RMS)
  • Sensitivity: 87.4 dB
  • Sealed Box Volume: 1.0 - 1.5 cu. ft.
  • Vented Box Volume: 1.75 cu. ft.

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    can handle a large amount of power without a problem

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    rugged construction can handle a few bumps

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    output can get extremely loud

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    stays cool even after prolonged use

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    enough resistance to ensure a clean signal

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    need an amp with at least 1500 watt output to get the full potential, sounds a little weak otherwise

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    deep unit, takes up a fair amount of room, need to plan ahead before installing

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