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MB15H401 Professional Mid Bass Woofer Speaker 15 Inch LF Transducer

MID-BASS Professional Low Frequency Transducer 4-inch, fibreglass inside-outside aluminum voice coil 1400 Watt continuous program power handling 100 dB Sensitivity 40 Hz - 2 kHz Frequency range Dual spider design with silicon based dampening control "Triple-roll surround and corrugated exponential cone geometry" Aluminum demodulation ring


Nominal Diameter 15 / 381  inch / mm 
Rated Impedance  8 ohm
Program Power   1400 Watt
Power handling capacity   700 Watt
Sensitivity   100 dB
Frequency Range  40 - 2000 Hz
Effective Piston Diameter  340 / 13.39  mm / inch
Max Excursion Before Damage (peak to peak)  50 / 1.97 mm / inch
Minimum Impedance 7 ohm
Voice Coil Diameter  4 / 102  inch / mm 
Voice Coil Material  opper  
Voice Coil Winding Depth  21 / 0.83 mm / inch
Number of layers  2  
Kind of layer  inside/outside  
Top Plate Thickness  12 / 0.47  mm / inch
Cone Material No pressed pulp  
Cone Design Curved  
Surround Material Polycotton  
Surround Design  Triple roll  
Magnets Material  Ceramic   
Overall Diameter 393 / 15.47 mm / inch
Bolt Circle Diameter  371-376 / 14.6-14.8  mm / inch
Bolt Hole Diameter 6.5 / 0.25  mm / inch
Front Mount Baffle Cut-out  352 / 13.86  mm / inch
Rear Mount Baffle Cut-out  360 / 14.17  mm / inch
Depth  148 / 5.82  mm / inch
Volume occupied by the driver  4.3 / 0.17  liters / ft3

A bass woofer is an essential component of any high-quality sound system, designed to reproduce low-frequency audio signals with precision and power. As a key element in audio reproduction, the bass woofer is responsible for delivering deep, rich bass tones that enhance the overall listening experience.

The bass woofer, also known as a subwoofer, is engineered to handle and reproduce low-frequency sound waves, typically ranging from 20Hz to 200Hz, with exceptional clarity and impact. By focusing on these lower frequencies, the bass woofer complements the performance of other speakers in a sound system, providing a full and balanced audio spectrum that captivates listeners.

In home audio setups, a bass woofer adds depth and resonance to music, movies, and other multimedia content, allowing audiences to feel the visceral impact of low-frequency sound effects and musical bass lines. Whether it's the rumbling of thunder in a film or the thumping of a bass guitar in a live concert recording, the bass woofer enriches the auditory experience, immersing listeners in a world of rich, nuanced sound.

In automotive audio systems, bass woofers are employed to reproduce the low-frequency elements of music with clarity and power, transforming the interior of a vehicle into a concert-like environment. The deep, pulsating bass produced by these woofers enhances the energy and excitement of music, creating an immersive sonic experience for passengers and drivers alike.

Furthermore, professional audio applications, such as concerts, clubs, and live events, rely on bass woofers to deliver impactful low-end reinforcement, ensuring that music and sound effects resonate throughout the venue with intensity and fidelity. Whether it's a pulsating dance track or a dramatic film score, the bass woofer elevates the impact of audio, energizing audiences and creating an unforgettable sonic atmosphere.

With advancements in technology and engineering, modern bass woofers incorporate innovative design features, such as high-efficiency amplifiers, premium driver materials, and sophisticated enclosure designs, to maximize their performance and adaptability to diverse environments.

In summary, the bass woofer stands as a critical element in audio reproduction, enriching the depth and impact of sound across a wide range of applications. By faithfully reproducing low-frequency audio signals with precision and power, the bass woofer ensures that listeners can experience the full emotional and sensory impact of music, movies, and live events.