Kenwood Excelon XR-W12F vs MTX RTS12-44

 
Kenwood Excelon XR-W12F
Low Stock 
$299.99
  • carbon-glass fiber cone with butyl rubber surround
  • shallow-design basket
  • 50-450 watts RMS power range
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MTX RTS12-44
DISCONTINUED 
$89.99
  • polypropylene cone
  • nitrile-butyl rubber surround
  • 50-250 watts RMS power range
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Product Features

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Condition New StockNew Stock
Size
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12 -inch12 -inch
Impedance
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4 ohms4 ohms
Cone Material
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Carbon-glass fiberPolypropylene
Surround Material
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RubberRubber
Ideal Sealed Box Volume (cubic feet)
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0.81
Ideal Ported Box Volume (cubic feet)
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N/A2.32
Port diameter (inches)
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N/AN/A
Port length (inches)
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N/AN/A
Free-Air
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NoNo
Dual Voice Coil
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NoYes
Sensitivity
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83.5 dB at 1 watt
92.7 dB at 2.83 watts
Frequency Response
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38 - 200 Hz27 - 150 Hz
RMS Power Range (Watts)
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50-45050-250
Peak Power Handling (Watts)
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1500750
Top Mount Depth (inches)
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3 7/165 3/16
Bottom Mount Depth (inches)
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N/A5 7/8
Cutout Diameter or Length (inches)
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1110 15/16
Vas (liters)
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118.260.3
Fs (Hz)
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2333.2
Qts
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0.5660.605
Xmax (millimeters)
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8.210.67
Parts Warranty
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2 Years5 Years (3-5 Prorated)
Labor Warranty
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2 Years5 Years (3-5 Prorated)
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Kenwood Excelon XR-W12F
Low Stock 
$299.99
Add to Cart
MTX RTS12-44
DISCONTINUED 
$89.99
Add to Cart

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