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Kicker 47TRTP102

Sealed downward-firing enclosure with 10" 2-ohm shallow-mount subwoofer and passive radiator

Item # 20647TRT10

Kicker's TRTP102 loaded enclosure puts a low-profile 10" CompRT subwoofer and a second passive sub in a...

Kicker's TRTP102 loaded enclosure puts a low-profile 10" CompRT subwoofer and a second passive sub in a...

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5 questions - 6 answers

Item # 20647TRT10

About the Kicker 47TRTP102

Enlarge your horizons with bigger bass

Kicker's TRTP102 loaded enclosure puts a low-profile 10" CompRT subwoofer and a second passive sub in a downward-firing box that brings Kicker bass power to the crowded spaces of today's cars and trucks. The rugged sealed box was designed specifically for the subwoofer, so you can count on getting maximum performance whatever music you listen to. The second sub (called a "passive radiator") reacts to the air pressure produced by the active sub, reinforcing the low end without the noise of a ported enclosure.

Enlarge your horizons with bigger bass

Kicker's TRTP102 loaded enclosure puts a low-profile 10" CompRT subwoofer and a second passive sub in a downward-firing box that brings Kicker bass power to the crowded spaces of today's cars and trucks. The rugged sealed box was designed specifically for the subwoofer, so you can count on getting maximum performance whatever music you listen to. The second sub (called a "passive radiator") reacts to the air pressure produced by the active sub, reinforcing the low end without the noise of a ported enclosure.

Made to dish it out

The 10" CompRT sub's tough injection-molded polypropylene cone gives it the stiffness to resist distortion when you're pushing the volume. Its rubber surround stands up to heavy use, and combines with a specially-designed back plate to give you more excursion (which equals more bass) than other skinny subs. This sub handles up to 400 watts RMS, so you'll get the kind of bass response that brings the best out of your music.

Good-looking and tough

The box's downward-firing design helps protect the sub from damage, and lets you place items on top of the cabinet to save space. Its sturdy medium-density fiberboard construction and rugged black carpet covering give the enclosure good looks that complement its performance.

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Product highlights:

  • sealed downward-firing enclosure with one 10" CompRT subwoofer and passive radiator
  • 3/4" medium-density fiberboard construction covered with carpet
  • 2-ohm total impedance
  • power handling: 400 watts RMS (800 watts peak power)
  • sensitivity: 96.5 dB
  • dimensions: 25-5/8"W x 5-5/8"H x 13-1/4"D
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # 47TRTP102

What's in the box:

  • Enclosure loaded with one 10" CompRT subwoofer and one 10" reFLEX subwoofer (passive radiator)
  • 4 Mounting brackets
  • Four 1" Philips-head screws
  • Eight 3/8" Philips-head screws
  • Owner's manual

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Features & specs

General
Woofer Size (inches) 10
Speakers Per Box 1
Woofer Material Polypropylene
Enclosure Type Passive Radiator
Color Black
Pieces in System 1
Width (inches) 25-5/8
Height (inches) 5-9/16
Depth (inches) 13-1/4
Connector Type Spring-posts
Frequency Response 25-500Hz Hz
Power Range (Watts RMS) 400
Maximum Wattage 800
Sensitivity 96.5 dB
Impedance 2 ohms
Parts Warranty 1 Year
Labor Warranty 1 Year

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Features

Overview: The Kicker Down-Firing subwoofer enclosure features a single 10" CompRT 2Ω subwoofer along with a 10" reFLEX passive radiator, mounted in a sealed down-firing enclosure. Built with thick MDF and covered in stylish black carpet, the Kicker subwoofer enclosure can handle high power while taking up minimal floor space. Its down-firing configuration also means less chance of driver damage from other items like luggage, pets, tools, etc.

Power Handling: The single 2Ω driver can handle 400W RMS, 800W peak power.

Terminals: A single pair of spring-posts are provided with a 1/4" opening, accommodating speaker wire up to 10 ga., banana plugs, or pin-connectors.

Dimensions:

  • Width: 25.625"
  • Total Height: 5.5625"
  • Clearance Height: 0.875" (7/8")
  • Depth: 13.250"

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5 questions already asked

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Will this fit behind the back seat of a 2018 Tacoma?
[ Gary  Feb 18, 2021 ]
1 answer
A
No it won't fit. Might be possible if you took all the factory plastic out?
[ CHAD  Mar 04, 2021 ]
Q
Will this gap the bump on the floorboard in my 2011 Nissan Frontier SV CREW cab?
[ Cary  Oct 21, 2020 ]
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A
No, it's only couple inches off the ground
[ CHAD  Nov 05, 2020 ]
A
We do not have the measurements of the space on either side of that bump to check if this can fit either side. It does measure 25-5/8" wide x 5-5/8" tall x 13-1/4" deep and sometimes I've built frames to the box dimensions to see if it will fit. You might try that to check
[ Paul  Nov 04, 2020 ]  Staff
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I do not believe so, the gap from the speaker face to the opening is less than 1". It is designed to lay flat or go behind a rear seat.
[ MARC  Nov 04, 2020 ]
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Would this be ok to go behind the seat in 2016 xlt f150?
[ Raymond  Sep 26, 2020 ]
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No, it won't fit behind the backseat. I have mine under the rear seat in my 2019 F150 crew cab.
[ Paul  Sep 26, 2020 ]
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