Released September, 2004
The Pros:Can produce some very loud output when wired up right. Kicks out solid thumping bass when you need it. Sound is fairly clean, no distortion.
The Cons:Trim is glued on rather than screwed on, will eventually vibrate off. Don't sound as good when it's cold out, need to warm them up.
The Pioneer TS-W257 is a 10" Champion Series subwoofer capable of handling a maximum of 1000 Watts power and 350 Watts nominally(RMS). This sub comes in two versions, TS-W257 D2 Dual 2 ohm voice coil or TS-W257 D4 Dual 4 ohm voice coil which means you can use a low impedance amp to produce more powerful bass as well as run them in different voice coil configurations depending on the ohm load.
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The 4-1/2 lb dual-mass magnet assembly comes with a magnet cover and the surround is a three layer composite of 2 layers of Urethane and one layer of interwoven fiber in between. Speaker wire terminals have been replaced with Spring-Compression Binding Posts that won't let go of a wire under repeated vibration and can accept wire up to 8-gauge.
- Size: 10"
- Maximum Power: 1000 Watts
- Nominal Power: 350 Watts
- Frequency Response: 18Hz - 600Hz
- Sensitivity: 87db
- Ohm Rating: D2(1 or 4ohm), D4(2 or 8ohm)
- Dual 4-Layer, Long Voice Coil
- Composite IMPP using Interlaced Aramid Fiber Cone Woofer
- Double Mass High-Power Magnet (74 oz)
- Dimensions: 11" x 6-4/10"
User Reviews (1)
can produce some very loud output when wired up right
kicks out solid thumping bass when you need it
sound is fairly clean, no distortion
works with almost any bass amplifier
last a long time without blowing out, can take heavy use
trim is glued on rather than screwed on, will eventually vibrate off
don't sound as good when it's cold out, need to warm them up
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