|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.4 x 18.5 x 14.4 inches|
|Item model number||TSSWX2502|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Height (inches)||9 inches|
|Width (inches)||15.5 inches|
Pioneer TS-SWX2502 10 inch Shallow-Mount Pre-Loaded Enclosure
|Speaker Size||10 Inches|
About this item
- Music Power (Nominal): 1,200 W (400 W) Frequency Response: 20 Hz to 125 Hz, Sensitivity (1 W/1 m): 93 dB, Impedance: Single 4Ω Tight bass from a shallow compact design, Reinforced MICA injection-molded resin preloaded subwoofer cone
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Tight bass from a shallow compact design. Durable subwoofer good for all types of music. Compact but powerful. Take this subwoofer with you anywhere to add bass to your music.
Get to Know the PIONEER TSSWX2502 Sub Woofer
The shallow-mount subwoofer that comes preloaded in the TS-SWX2502 utilizes an oversized cone structure that provides greater cone and gasket surface without changing its standard external dimension. This cone surface allows the subwoofer to produce louder deeper bass by moving more air. It is made of highly rigid cone made of MICA injection-molded resin which creates a rigid and durable cone, giving it the ability to produce accurate bass. The subwoofer includes a dual spider to provide more cone motion control for optimized stiffness stabilizing the excursion of the cone and support the subwoofer's linear movement for accurate bass response.
- Product Dimensions: 55.9 x 40.6 x 22.9 cm
- Shipping Weight: 9 Kg
- Item model number: TSSWX2502
- 10 inch Shallow-Mount Pre-Loaded Enclosure
Music Power (Nominal): 1,200 W (300 W), Frequency Response: 20 Hz to 200 Hz, Sensitivity (1 W/1 m): 89 dB, Impedance: Single 4Ω.
Reinforced MICA injection-molded resin preloaded subwoofer cone structure.
Easy to install with carpeted, non-slip and scratch resistant enclosure surface.
Due to a creative enclosure design, the TS-SWX2502 enclosure can be installed quickly and easily for optimal utilization of space. Compact space-saving dimensions make it easy to fit the subwoofer in a variety of vehicles: standard-cab, extended-cab, or crew-cab.
The Pioneer TS-SWX2502 subwoofer delivers excellent sound quality, great for any type of music.
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Pioneer TS-SWX2502 10 inch Shallow-Mount Pre-Loaded Enclosure. Music Power (Nominal): 1, 200 W (300 W) Frequency Response: 20 Hz to 200 Hz. Avoid installing in areas that are unstable or subject to frequent vibration.
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I started with the Kicker 11HS8 8" 150W Hideaway. It was a good starting point. Just rounded out the system. Nothing boomy or punchy or impressive.
Then I installed the Rockville RW10CA 10" 800 Watt Slim Low Profile Subwoofer. Good sound when it was under my passenger seat, but not loud enough when I put it in the rear cab.
After that I installed a Rockville RWS12CA Slim 1200 Watt 12" Powered Subwoofer Too boomy. You feel the music in a very boomy way. The thing that REALLY bothered me was that it vibrated the entire inside of my truck. A good enclosure should hold some of that vibration in. When I ran my hand over the seams of the enclosure, you can easily feel air coming out.
Now, this thing is awesome. The Pioneer TS-SWX2502 10 inch Shallow-Mount Pre-Loaded Enclosure: Got this with a $50 1200 watt Boss amp and it blew all three of the other options away. It is by far the best for me, my ear and my budget. It has very good deep bass, very punchy, completely hidden and doesn't destroy the inside of my truck.
The fact that it's cheap and in a shallow enclosure means you won't get a lot of sub-bass out of it. You know that noisy almost subsonic bass you hear in a lot of rap music? I feel like when you get sub-bass in rock, it drowns out the rest of the music. I also don't feel it really serves a purpose. It's lower than the bass guitar, so to me, it just sounds like noise. Yeah, it's cool to feel your chest vibrating, but that's a novelty and the fun of it wears off in about 5 minutes. After that you just have a headache.
What this subwoofer does give you is a lot of upper to midrange bass. Basically, the best way to describe it is the bass guitar and kick drum are really going to come to life. It's insane how much I was missing out with my stock speaker system (Nissan Versa 4-door, standard 4-speaker setup). The kick hits hard, and the bass guitar can be heard and felt.
It won't blow anyone away. It's not a competition setup. Nothing in my car is rattling. I have to keep my bass dial all the way up. All songs are EQ'd differently. Most songs (80%) sound great. The kick hits hard, etc. About 20% are EQ'd with less bass (still sounds great, just not as hard hitting). It's when I listen to these songs that I flirt with the idea of getting a 2nd sub. But if I did, I have a feeling I'd be constantly messing with the level dial. I like that right now I can leave it cranked.
So if you listen to rock and want a more true sound (versus over the top novelty bass), this sub or something in this family will work great. I've had multiple people get in my car and say my sound system sounds amazing. Again, not because the bass blows them away, but because the music sounds the way it's supposed to. I would definitely recommend and would definitely buy again.
Setup: I'm driving it with a Soundstream TN5.950D Tarantula Nano 950w Class D 5 Channel Amplifier. It's on the floor behind my driver seat. I replaced my stock door speakers with cheap(ish) aftermarket speakers. Nothing crazy.
By Xavier S. on June 26, 2017
By pjhauver on July 7, 2019
Update, I removed this from my truck and put it in my car instead and after it a few months the sub started to make noise like the cone came apart inside and just rattled badly as of 2 weeks ago I took it out. Not very impressed that it only lasted months.
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It was great in my tractor, sounded nice, it was very compact and easy to install too. Just Plug and Play! but the 8" just gives a bump... and I was looking for a punch.
I remembered my friend having the old version of this Pioneer sub before it broke. It was slim and punchy. I decided to give it a try for $145. I took his amplifier so I didn't have to spend extra money... and holy. The difference in my tractor now is huge. Before it was just a bump, boomy at times with the MTX Tube. Now it's actual bass.
The amp I'm using is an Alpine MRP-M500 which does 300w @ 4ohms. Perfect.
This Pioneer unit is 300w RMS. I don't think I'm even at the limit yet because of the gain setting.
I did the math. 300w x 4ohms = 1200. Square Root of 1200.
Use a multimeter and probe the speaker output and adjust the gain to the square root answer.
That should give me the correct gain setting... but playing a 50hz test tone... I could turn it up a little bit more before I hear distortion. Of course, distortion happens before you can hear it... however, even so I back it off of audiable distortion, it sounds like this sub could hit those frequencies a bit more than the correct voltage setting of the gain.
HAH you wouldn't believe the best part... The MTX sub fit right behind my tractor seat... However it was like 1" too big and my seat hits it. The pioneer "fits" behind the seat too, but the seat also hits it... so... I fit it beside the seat on the floor and it fits like a glove. I was ecstatic!! No worries of anything damaging it. It's tucked away looks super flush.
All in all, great buy. I might even run 2 subs in series and run a 2ohm load making the amplifier push out it's full 500w...