12″ Pro Audio Midbass Loudspeaker
2500 Watts Max Power
1250 Watts RMS Power
Impedance: 8 Ohms
Sensitivity: 98 dB
Frequency Response: 60 – 5,500 Hz
Voice Coil: 4″
Aluminum Basket – Ferrite Magnet
Weight: 23.40 Lbs
Mounting Depth: 5.47″
PRICE FOR SINGLE UNIT
TPT-MB12 2K5 – 12″ Competition PRO Audio Midbass Loudspeaker
Built to last, this 12″speaker is recommended for professional audio systems as a mid bass (with high-pass filter of 95Hz at 12dB) in vented enclosures.
- Can handle up to 2500 Watts Max power, able to deliver tremendous amount of sound output
- 4″ voice coil efficiently dissipates heat and prevents sensitivity loss
- Wide Frequency Response of 60 – 5,500 Hz providing clean, detailed sound reproduction
- 98 dB sensitivity, more output and high-impact sound
- High grade soft parts for the best combination for high excursion and durability
One of our most powerful midbass PRO Audio loudspeaker, the TPT-MB12 2K5, offers outstanding durability. A specially-designed spider suspension is assembled with a resin and combines with the bumped backplate to improve the resistance against failure during intense use. The linear triple-roll suspension offers smooth accurate geometry during hard play, while a large 4″ voice coil results in very high efficiency while providing smooth and accurate midbass response with Xmax of 7 mm.
The magnet assembly is attached to a sturdy reinforced cast aluminum frame completes a solid support structure, for long lasting play in most any environment.
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These speakers are heavy but well worth the weight. They are crazy loud and I only have 600 watts rms powering them right now but eventually I’m gonna get 1000 watts rms per speaker. The mid bass these speakers put out is insane. I know Timpano is known as PRV lower tier equipment but trust me you should definitely buy a pair of these speakers
crazy loudspeakers!!!! takes lots of power like a champ!!!
This speaker is hands down one of the best on the market, they absolutely slam the mid bass and take all the power you can give them without breaking a sweat