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TC Sounds 5150 18's (2 of 2)

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Item(s) for Sale: Someone will be lucky to own these beautiful and brutal radial monsters! Will only disclose the actual tsps with the buyer. The coil set up is dual 1.4, with dual tinsel leads and terminals. When I get the chance, I'll add additional info.

 

 

 

 

Item(s) Description/Condition: Motors are used, top assemblies are bnib.

 

 

 

 

Price: $2100 shipped

 

 

 

 

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Beautiful subs, GLWS.


Bought from: SPLaudio, 93_saturn_sl2, chargdbassbuick, suleman36, KINGDELL91, BKNIGHTS, Caraudiopro1984, ciaonzo, 06goat

Sold to: Bassman999

Traded with: Spooney

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Bump for the nastiest drivers on this site. Motor force over 450, sens of 95db@1w.

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What's up stranger! Good looking subs bump

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Might need these for my next home theater build. Whats the difference between the 5150 and the 5100?


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Might need these for my next home theater build. Whats the difference between the 5150 and the 5100?

 

Main difference between the 5100 and 5150 is the following..

 

The 5150 uses a 2" aluminum coil, three spider pack, two sets sewn tinsel leads, two sets of terminals so top assemblies appear to be quad coil. These simple but very effective changes dramatically raise the bar from an already potent driver that the 5100 is. There is over 150 newtons of difference between the two as well, 460 vs 300. The 5150 also has a much higher power handling and sensitivity.

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Main difference between the 5100 and 5150 is the following..

 

The 5150 uses a 2" aluminum coil, three spider pack, two sets sewn tinsel leads, two sets of terminals so top assemblies appear to be quad coil. These simple but very effective changes dramatically raise the bar from an already potent driver that the 5100 is. There is over 150 newtons of difference between the two as well, 460 vs 300. The 5150 also has a much higher power handling and sensitivity.

 

Received a question about the actual size of the coil. It's a 4" diameter stainless steel former, aluminum windings with a height of 2" and impedance of d1.4

 

The standard 5100 utilizes a copper coil with a wh of 1.5" and impedance of d2.

 

Only one of these is needed for a killer set-up, just imagine both. Open to parting out the set.

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Those are really nice. GLWS

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Main difference between the 5100 and 5150 is the following..

 

The 5150 uses a 2" aluminum coil, three spider pack, two sets sewn tinsel leads, two sets of terminals so top assemblies appear to be quad coil. These simple but very effective changes dramatically raise the bar from an already potent driver that the 5100 is. There is over 150 newtons of difference between the two as well, 460 vs 300. The 5150 also has a much higher power handling and sensitivity.

 

whats the difference between these and the 5200s? I heard the 5200s live and they were straight up beyond ridiculous on only a bridged 4 channel amp around 200 watts a sub still doing hair tricks.


09 Sienna Subs : Four Team Ascendant 18s......Sub amp: Two Taramps 15k

Headunit: Pioneer 80PRS......Mids/Highs two pioneer gm 8604 bridged, one at 4 ohms bridged one at 2 ohms bridged, one ppi 600.2 for tweets.

Front stage: Two PWX 10s per door midbass only....... PRV 6MR500 midrange....... Massive CT 2 german tweeters.

320 amp Singer alt....... 1 group 34 under the hood 6 group31 agms in the back 560 amp hours total.

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whats the difference between these and the 5200s? I heard the 5200s live and they were straight up beyond ridiculous on only a bridged 4 channel amp around 200 watts a sub still doing hair tricks.

 

Yes 5200s are beastly for sure. If you were impressed by the output on such low power, then you'll be floored by what the 5150s are capable of. What the 5200 does on 5k, the 5150 will do at 2k or less and have more output. These will excel in a 6th order.

 

Some of the differences..

 

5200 ferrite magnet, overhung topology, 8 layer coil.

5150 neo radial magnet, underhung topology, 4 layer coil.

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Check out the gap on those motors. Is it as narrow as the pics make it look?


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Brick and mortar store coming eventually. Website not ready so down until further notice.

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Check out the gap on those motors. Is it as narrow as the pics make it look?

 

When I get the chance, I'll post a picture of the gap. It's much wider and deeper than the previous generation motor (beehive, aura 1808). If there's any interest I can link a video of a couple of older gen drivers doing work with 1k total power.

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Hey Bro,

 

Are these still available?  Would they play nice with 12x TC5100s loaded into Josh Ricci’s OThorn design.  Putting together a PA system... hmu if we can work something out

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