Sony Xplod XS-GTX100LW 10" Car Subwoofer (One Subwoofer)
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Get ready to experience some serious bass with this Sony Xplod XS-GTX100LW Subwoofer. The polypropylene construction provides a rigid capless cone for better response and power handling. With 1100 watts of peak power in this 10 Subwoofer, your car will be bumping to the beat in no time. The car subwoofer can handle 300 watts of RMS power and has a 4-ohm voice coil. The Sony Xplod Subwoofer is a great addition to any music lovers' ride, ensuring high-quality sound and superior amplification on the go.
Sony Xplod XS-GTX100LW 10" Car Subwoofer:
- 10" SVC subwoofer
- Sony Xplod Subwoofer, XS-GTX100LW has polypropylene cone
- 4-ohm voice coil
- 5-way binding posts
- >1100 Watts of peak power
- Black design
|Product Type:||Subwoofer driver - for car|
|Nominal (rms) Output Power:||300 Watt|
|Max (rms) Output Power:||1100 Watt|
|Speakers Included:||Car subwoofer driver - 10" - 300 Watt - 35 - 1000 Hz - 4 Ohm - wired|
|Driver Details:||Car subwoofer driver : 1 x subwoofer driver - 10" - polypropylene|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||10.0|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||13.94 x 12.8 x 6.77|
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- no, an amp with 300 watts RMS and 1100 watt peak would be perfect for this.by BHess19934/17/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- These subs work best at 250 - 300 rms watts @ 4 ohms. a 200 watt amp will work but will be weak.by TommySS4/2/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Honestly, 200 watts peak won't give you the "life" in the speaker. However, 200 watts RMS will. There is a difference between the two. RMS is steady power were as peak power is only intermediate meaning the amp does not hold the wattage to power the sub continuously. The technical detail is simple. Your amp should power the sub somewhere between 50 - 75% of its RMS handling. This will not blow your sub, but also ensure peak performance. If you go with a 200 watt amp (peak power) you are only getting around 50 watts (RMS). For this sub that is only 16.6% use of it. Website: http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/model-home.pl?mdl=XSGTX100LW&template_id=1®ion_id=1&tab=manuals#/manualsTabby Audiophile1873/11/2012Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- No, 200w is too small. The speakers are rated at 300w RMS continuous. That means you need to match it with an amp that has 300w RMS continuous power. They make subs with lower RMS ratings for smaller amps, but this one is designed for higher output amps. If you insist on using a smaller amp, I wouldn't go with anything less than 400w peak.by steadyhand2/15/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- No. This sub is 300w RMS or 1100w max, you need to find something with at least those ratings or you will continually trip the amp into protect mode. I am in the process of upgrading my system because I had the system in before the subs therefore; I am not even close to touching these speakers potential. My system thumps hard but I have to watch the volume or I trip it into protect because my amp is too small. Good Luck..by DrayDog2/21/2012Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- not perfect but enough to push them. TBH not giving a sub enough juice is just as bad if not worse than feeding them too much. They'll fry looking for more power. besides on a bigger amp u can turn ur gains down. a smaller amp will get hot trying to keep up with what the sub is asking for which is 300 watts RMS(meaning continously)by markx12/6/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- 200w Amp would be okay, the Sub is a 1100w max output, so you should be actually looking for a 500-600 watt amp. It would sound so much better than just the 200w. Always run a Amp that is half the power of the Sub for best results. Also a Power Cap on 600w amp would help keep your vehicle battery charged,by AudioBahn1/24/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Yes, 200 watt amp is plenty of power to drive the Sony Xplod XS-GTX100LW 10" Car Subwoofer.by SonyListens1/19/2012Written by a verified representative from SonyListensWas this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I have had a few of these subs in different size and config boxes. The best I thought was a 1.15 cu ft ported box with front angle. Running 300 watts rms @ 4ohms pounded really hard with little distortion.by TommySS4/2/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Hi all, I bought this as well and Audiophile187 is exactly right. The enclosed manual states: Recommended Sealed volume is 0.78 Ported is 0.93 Can't wait to try it out! Such a great deal at $28 with free ship to store.by JDsSonyQuestion9/20/2012Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Just bought these 2/14/12 and according to Sony's Enclosure Design (manual) Info: Sealed Box: Length [20 5/8in.] Width [9 1/8in.] Height [13 3/8in.] Enclosure Net: 22.3 Lit. (0.78 cu.ft) Ported Box: Enclosure Net: 25.8 lit (0.91cu.ft) [Sony Website] FOR MORE INFO: http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/model-home.pl?mdl=XSGTX100LW&LOC=3by Audiophile18710/23/2012Was this answer helpful? (2) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- •Sealed box volume: 0.93 cu. ft. •Ported box volume: 0.78 cu. ft.by markx110/23/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- Hey all, thanks for the suggestions. I am building a custom sub box for my car so the pre-built Walmart ones won't work for my application. Thanks to Sony's reply with the enclosure spec's. I'll build my new box accordingly. Can't beat that price on the Sony sub!!by JDsSonyQuestion2/3/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- From my experience with these subs, the 10" enclosure box at walmart sounds fantastic with the sub, use the specs on that box or save yourself time and possibly money and just go buy the box, you will not be upset.by AudioBahn10/23/2012Was this answer helpful? (1) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- I bought a box from another online retailer for less than $25, and it works great for this sub. You should be able to search online for "Absolute USA MSHF10 Single 10-Inch Sealed MDF Enclosure" and pull up the same box I purchased. This XPLOD sub is, indeed, shallower than many 10" subs. For 10" subs, the standard cubic foot of airspace (or greater) is recommended, so this box DOES meet those requirements. I'm really happy with the way mine turned out.by MinnowZ10/23/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- Yes, the mounting depth is 5 1/8 inches. Generally for a 10" subwoofer such as the XS-GTX100LW you will need about 0.7 to 1.5 cu ft enclosure volume.by SonyListens10/23/2012Written by a verified representative from SonyListensWas this answer helpful? (1) (1)Was this answer helpful?
Q. i recently purchased a 1500 watt mono block amp would that be too much for two of these subs?
- if ur going to push 1000+ Rms you need to do the big 3 and upgrade ur cars electrical and the whole 9. over 1k RMS ur going into competition numbers. also if the box doesnt show or say CEA-2006 complaint id bet money that those numbers are a fluke. fact is that one of these subs is rated to 350 RMS and even with two is 600 RMS if u run anything more than 130% of the rated power than ur going to blow them.by khali2083010/19/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- More than likely go by this dscription. To much contsant power will burn up your speaker. When putting together a sound system, you need to balance the output of the amplifier and the input ability of the speaker. To do so, read the RMS information for the speaker. RMS presents an average of maximum power. A higher RMS means higher power from an amplifier, as -- on average -- the speaker can receive more power.by WorkmanAutoBody6/5/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Ya most likely you would burn em up pretty quick but i can't find the range beyond "rated" 300 watts RMSby sauve6964/6/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Yes, if it is 1500 rms it will easily pop these subs. You can run it at low gain until you dial in the perfect level, but take the chance of blowing them.by TommySS4/2/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- WAAAAY too muchby emitche93/27/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- No, just look at the amp and adust the power setting to anything below 1100 watts or 300 amps but not to low as the subwoofer won't recieve enough power. Also start by playing a song with a lot of base in it, but keep your volume down and work it up slowly so you don't accidentally blow your subs.by hadokat10/23/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- i am running a 1800 watt amp on just 1 so i think you will be good to go. almost all of the time the sub is under rated for the amp i have run 450 watt amp on 60 watt subs when i first got in to subs. the way to do it is just buy the best you can afford all subs will blow it is just a matter of time i hope this helpsby countryboytech10/23/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (1)Was this answer helpful?