Just a friendly post about the Peerless XLS 10" subs I have that will be posted for sale tonight with link on EBay.
If your interested let me know. was going to start the ad at $180 for the pair..
One sub is missing the cosmetic rubber magnet boot.
these are the 4 ohm versions. price was $190 each.... will handle way more power...
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They are definitely excellent subs for what they were meant to do. Very comparable to the Dayton HO in terms of smoothness with only a slightly larger requirement in required airspace. I have 3 of them. One (sealed) in a work truck and the other pair in my S10 Blazer that replaced a pair of Dayton. They're sealed, but heavily considering ported. Free bump for you on these!
Definitely the XXLS version, as only those have the bump on the T-yoke.
I love the XLS/XXLS drivers and use three myself (custom build 12" XLS version).
But.. The 830514 and 830452 are not similar. The 830415 is a 4 Ohm driver made for car audio with a stiff suspension, where as the 830452 is an 8 Ohm driver made for small size home theater subwoofers with passive radiators and features a soft suspension.
They have different voice coils and different suspension parts (surround and spider).
Anyway, I guess the above is a mood point since the drivers for sale are XXLS and thus not the same as either :-D
GLWS, wish I needed a few more :-)
Car Audio: Car: VW Transporter T5, Tweeters: SEAS PT27F, Upper mids: Scan-Speak 12M Rev., Lower mids: 4 x 5.25" Peerless HDS, Subs: 3 x 12" Peerless XLS, Amps: PG Xenon 200.4, Celestra DA2K, Helix A4 Competition, Head: Alpine CDA-9855R, DSP: JBL MS-8, Interconnects: Cardas G Master Ref.
They definitely are the 830876.... rated power handling of 175rms and surely make good use of power in that range. You could drive them with more, but is unnecessary. They are very efficient! I would love to pair them with a set of 830883 in the doors for build material & cosmetic consistency and might do it one day. Again....GLWS!