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S3-1024

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10" (250mm) high-performance car audio subwoofer

£149.99149.99 each
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A subwoofer that puts you in the driver’s seat

JBL believes sound quality should never be compromised. And Series III subwoofers make sure you don’t have to compromise flexibility, either. That’s because the high-performance, step-up subwoofers feature SSI™ (Selectable Smart Impedance), an exclusive impedance switch that lets you select the optimum impedance—2 or 4 ohms—for your system. Special aero-cooling design in the voice coil boosts power handling as well as reliability. And an oversized voice coil handles more power than common two-inch voice coils. More power, more reliability, more flexibility—and no compromising. When you’re ready to step up, Series III is your subwoofer.

Item# S3-1024

General Specifications

Sensitivity 91 dB
Frequency Response 30 Hz - 175 Hz

Audio Specifications

Power Handling (Peak) 1350 W
Sensitivity 91 dB
Power Handling (RMS) 450 W
Frequency Response 30 Hz - 175 Hz

Woofer Specifications

Voice Coil 63 mm
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S3-1024 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great sound , power handling I now have two in my car, with a third in my floor ( will be adding it shortly) .At first I was scepticle about the handling the power I have( rf bd 1500 ) so I ran them at 2 ohms planning to later flip the switches after break in but now I bought another and I'll leave the swtches right where they are and add a third .my amp will be at around 1.3ohms so it will be feeding them around 5 to 600 watts .after this I my even go with 4, love these subs . Always loved jbl amps and subs. This is a lot of sub for the money. You won't regret it.
Date published: 2017-03-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome sound I bought 2 JBL GTO S3 1024 10" subs, and powering them w/ JBL GTO EZ1001 amp, and they sound great! Very clean! A very sweet combo.
Date published: 2016-02-10
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Is the GTR-601 amp a perfect or close to perfect match to push 2 S3-1024 subs at 2 ohms?

Asked by: Marc25
If using a single S3-1024 we will advised that you will run this on 4 Ohms, at this rate there will be no risk on speaker and the amp. If you want to run two subs (parallel) from a single GTR-601 at 2 ohms, it will work. Be advised, when doing this you need to keep the amp at moderate to low volume and well-ventilated.
Answered by: Bryan at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-06-06

I just ordered one of these from sonic, and i plan to buy a second im going to be using a audiopipe 15001d to power em at two ohms the rms out of the amp will be under 1000 watts this should be ok right as long as i dont turn the amp gain to high

Asked by: Shadodies
The S3-1024 can safely handle 450W RMS at 2 or 4-ohms and your Audiopipe 15001D can drive up to 950W or 600W at 2 or 4-ohms, single channel driven, respectively. Using this amplifier with these speakers would cause damage to your speakers and is not recommended, unless you set the gain to a very low level. But if you are going to use two speakers in one channel, the speakers together can handle 900 watts. This is close enough to not pose a problem at all.
Answered by: Ren at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-05-13

How many watts is this sub?  And what's the best watts for the amp to be for this sub

Asked by: Shawn17cruz
As shown under the specs above, it can handle 450 watts of RMS power handling. That said, you can go with any amp with an RMS wattage rating of 450 watts or lower. For example, if your listening taste only requires a 200 watt amp, this would work fine as the sub can handle UP TO 450 watts. On the other hand, if you are looking to get the sub as loud as you can get it, go with an amp that has a rating of 450 RMS watts. But do not go with anything more powerful.
Answered by: Joe G at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-05-13
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